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Virus - Ejection Seat Rope Can Go Through the Ship!
When those two people are leaving via. the ejection seat, the motor is attached to the seat with a rope, but in totally different torpedo tubes. How does the rope manage to stay with them, although they are going through two different tubes?
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Burak : LiveC00l on 01-19-2000
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LadyShadow writes:
As it clearly showed when I watched it, the rope was attached to both, .... first, the motor shot out, and the rope trailed it, back through the second tube and connected to the seat... it looped around ...
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The~Sinister~One writes:
I noticed this as well, for the rope to be attached to both equipment and ejection seat would mean the guy who set up the ejection seat must have climbed up the missile tube and down the other in order to pass through the rope!
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