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Posted by: MacGyverOnline 1 November 2006 - 04:53 PM

When the first car stops and the second car flies over it and bursts into flames, when it lands there is no one in the car. When we se it later, we see the general and another soldier in the car

Posted by: MacGyverfan717 25 August 2009 - 03:41 AM
I thought that would have surely incinerated both of the passengers! And when Mac takes his cast to the General's face, wouldn't that have easily broken his nose? Another thing, when Mac attaches the chair to the conveyor belt at the airport, how would the chair have been thrown through the wall with such amount of force?

Posted by: MacGyverOnline 25 August 2009 - 01:33 PM
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when Mac attaches the chair to the conveyor belt at the airport, how would the chair have been thrown through the wall with such amount of force?

The same way you fly backwards when your pulling hard on something and it suddenly gives way, or you lose your grip on it.

All the forward energy it takes to pull the chair through the wall suddenly has no resistance, so the energy is transferred to forward motion.

Posted by: jennkurz 19 February 2011 - 07:38 PM
any one else notice when the chair goes through the wall that the end of the convayor belt is about 2 feet in front of the hole in the wall. When mac and penny step onto the conveyor belt there are new suitcases on the belt they have to step over. Even if the end of the belt was being loaded surely the person standing there would have stopped when the chair came through the wall.

Posted by: jennkurz 19 February 2011 - 07:44 PM
Plot HOle-how did the general know to go to his summer house when mac and penny were hiding? Stephan never told anyone that was where he was going. He states on the radio he has a hunch he wants to check out and later he says he got this hunch from estimating how far the gas would take them and thought penny might remember the house. He never told anyone where he was going so why did the general show up there? And how would he know to order the army there behind him? Stephan was playing a hunch that he never told anyone about.

Posted by: jennkurz 19 February 2011 - 07:46 PM
why would mac wait until they covered half the city to find his contact in the park to borrow one of pennys earings to pick the handcuffs? if he didnt do it in the interrigation room he certainly would have taken 30 seconds somewhere between the airport and the park to remove the handcuffs.

Posted by: Rocket 21 March 2013 - 02:51 PM
I haven't worked out how to do the quote thing yet but...

'And when Mac takes his cast to the General's face, wouldn't that have easily broken his nose?'

Yes it would - those things weigh a ton!
Also, it would have hurt him to do it... Not good!
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Posted by: KiwiTek 21 March 2013 - 06:06 PM
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Posted by: audiowize 8 October 2013 - 09:13 PM
FYI - some microphones use what's called phantom power, which is necessary for the operation of condenser microphones.

This is 48V DC and under 1A, which might be enough to restart the heart of a squirrel, but still, there could have been a voltage source available in that microphone.

Posted by: beth 29 December 2017 - 11:49 PM
QUOTE (Rocket @ 21 March 2013 - 02:51 PM)
'And when Mac takes his cast to the General's face, wouldn't that have easily broken his nose?'

Yes it would - those things weigh a ton!
Also, it would have hurt him to do it...  Not good!
boxing.gif

Hitting the guy in the face with the cast probably wouldn't hurt as much as slamming the coat rack into the wall while holding on with the injured hand.

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