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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom - What's with the Boom?
Okay. When Indy & co. are in the plane being flown by the Japenese men, they let out all of the gas in the plane so it will crash. Indiana and the gang jump out of the plane on a rubber boat and into a river or something. Here is the slipup: When the plane crashes into the mountain, it explodes. If ther is no gas in it, how come it explodes?
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Alabaska J on 07-15-2004
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mr. large writes:
Standard aviation fuel is not much different gasoline, only the vapour burns(less liquid fuel means more room for vapour, thus an explosion).
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goosebumpsadair writes:
The plane would still have some gas in it because the propelers werestill spinning but just not as fast.
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GreenThing writes:
Ever heard of momentum??
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