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Back To The Future - The Dog Can Shift?
Early in the movie, Doc Brown is getting ready to send the Delorean on it's maiden voyage. He put Einstein in as the test subject. He then proceedes to drive the car from a remote control. As seen later in the movie, the Delorian is a stick-shift, not an automatic. So, how did it go from 0 to 88 miles an hour in first gear???
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Anonymous on 11-06-2001
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Andrew writes:
Doc controlled the DeLorean with a remote control. Einstein didn't control anything.
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Homer writes:
Jeez... I guess the fact that Doc Brown is an INVENTOR escaped you..
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Serendipity writes:
Well, he is a scientist. Maybe the remote shifted gears , too.
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Mindbender writes:
I'm sure there is just no way that a scientist like Doc Brown who just invented a time machine and fitted it with a remote control could have altered the car to allow him to drive it successfully with the remote.
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Dan Slep writes:
The remote control worked on a robotic system within the engine operating the gears. The car can go into the future, the Doc clearly has modified it.
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Motor City Sonics writes:
Hey now, those Deloreans did some amazing things.
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