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Day After Tomorrow - Freezing Fuel
In the scene where the helicopters are flying and the fuel lines(that were inside) freeze, wouldn't the men freeze first instead of freezing when they cracked the doors. The last time I checked fuel froze at a far lower temperature than blood, as they mentioned in the show that fuel freezes WAY WAY below zero.
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musician on 11-08-2004
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ScottyB writes:
I don't know much about helicopters, but it's probable that the fuel tanks were on the outside - having them inside, right next to the engine or whatever, would be quite dangerous. The engine is usually in a compartment; therefore, a line would have to run from the outside to the inside of the chopper - exposing it to the chilled air.
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Freeza Frost writes:
why didn't the choppers shatter to bitswhen they crashed? isn't the air cold enough to do that?
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US Grant writes:
I thought that was weird to it should of frozen them the same time as the fuel
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