History Headscratchers / TheDayAfterTomorrow

13th Mar '16 6:58:30 AM Tightwire
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** Libraries aren't full of expensive and irreplaceable books like the Gutenberg Bible. They're also full of thousands of copies of "Green Eggs and Ham" and "Rosemary Coneley's Hip and Thigh Diet".
2nd Dec '15 6:28:32 PM Miumia
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* Was the Dick Cheney {{Expy}} supposed to be far-sighted? Throughout the movie, he wears glasses, but takes them off to read, when most glasses-wearers do the opposite.

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* Was the Dick Cheney {{Expy}} supposed to be far-sighted? Throughout the movie, he wears glasses, but takes them off to read, when most glasses-wearers do the opposite.opposite.
** Considering his age, you'd assume he was far-sighted, but if he was doing that then he's probably nearsighted. I know ''I'' am nearsighted and I do the same thing as he did.
2nd Dec '15 6:25:39 PM Miumia
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** To the first question: if the bus was being blown around, maybe the announcer thought that whoever was inside there was already doomed to begin with. At least if the car was empty, no one else besides who was already on the bus would die.
9th Sep '15 2:39:23 PM Willbyr
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** [[Main/AceAttorney The R is in the wrong place Appolo!]]

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** [[Main/AceAttorney [[Franchise/AceAttorney The R is in the wrong place Appolo!]]
28th Jun '15 7:47:59 AM Tarlonniel
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* Was the Dick Cheney {{Expy}} supposed to be far-sighted? I notice throughout the movie, he wears glasses, but takes them off the read, when most glasses-wearers do the opposite.

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* Was the Dick Cheney {{Expy}} supposed to be far-sighted? I notice throughout Throughout the movie, he wears glasses, but takes them off the to read, when most glasses-wearers do the opposite.
27th Jun '15 4:05:09 PM justanotherrandomlurker
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** Also, the actual Ice Ages didn't really cause much glaciation in the southern continents, aside from expanding the ice shelves around Antarctica and moving the Andean snowline down a ways. Places like Australia would have more problems with receding sea levels pulling back their coastlines than with ice.

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** Also, the actual Ice Ages didn't really cause much glaciation in the southern continents, aside from expanding the ice shelves around Antarctica and moving the Andean snowline down a ways. Places like Australia would have more problems with receding sea levels pulling back their coastlines than with ice.ice.
* Was the Dick Cheney {{Expy}} supposed to be far-sighted? I notice throughout the movie, he wears glasses, but takes them off the read, when most glasses-wearers do the opposite.
4th May '15 4:13:54 PM askmerisstheskeletal
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** [[Main/AceAttorney The R is in the wrong place Appolo!]]
15th Apr '15 7:54:47 AM jabberwocky1996
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** Yeah I don't think anyone can justify that.
24th Feb '15 11:34:08 PM SeanRenaud
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** Most natural disasters are highly unlikely to destroy all or even most written records and leave any humans alive to care. A lot of the books written today have lots of duplicate knowledge or more up to date knowledge anyway. As for burning the furniture that could easily have been next to impossible. Most furniture is specially treated to be difficult to burn, and anybody who has even tried to start a fire in their fire place which is ideal circumstances can tell you that starting a fire is often much harder than it looks. So it's entirely plausible that burning the furniture wasn't an option, especially amongst the skill sets they had available which clearly skewed more towards book smarts than wilderness survival techniques.
24th Feb '15 10:52:32 PM SharleeD
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** Also, the actual Ice Ages didn't really cause much glaciation in the southern continents, aside from expanding the ice shelves around Antarctica and moving the Andean snowline down a ways. Places like Australia would have more problems with receding sea levels than ice.

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** Also, the actual Ice Ages didn't really cause much glaciation in the southern continents, aside from expanding the ice shelves around Antarctica and moving the Andean snowline down a ways. Places like Australia would have more problems with receding sea levels pulling back their coastlines than with ice.
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