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Could Jack have survived 'Titanic' ?



The MythBusters investigate whether or not both Jack and Rose could have survived the movie.

   

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Comment icon #8 Posted by joc on 20 July, 2019, 11:28
When I went through basic training in the Navy...one day...we were all in a swimming pool treading water....fully clothed.† While treading water, we took off our blue jeans and tied the legs together.† Then we grabbed the waste band and put them out of the water, popping them hard back down which filled them with air.† Instant flotation device.† But hey...a small auto-inflatable raft would probably take up less room than a large water bottle.† But what do I know.† I'm the only 'sailor' I know that never even stepped foot on a ship.†
Comment icon #9 Posted by RabidMongoose on 20 July, 2019, 11:49
That will only keep you afloat. After 10mins to 15mins of being in 0C to 2C water 99% of people are dead. You need some water proofing or some substance with low heat conductivity between your skin and water. The intelligent lower class passengers would have gone to the kitchen and larded themselves up before getting into the water. I dont know what other substances were available in the days of the Titanic but only 2 surviving people from the water shows a lack of high IQ amongst lower class passengers.† I`m quite sure if they had the intelligence they wouldnt have frozen to death.
Comment icon #10 Posted by tmcom on 14 August, 2019, 16:29
Yeah, damn global warming.
Comment icon #11 Posted by Rlyeh on 16 August, 2019, 15:57
How many people on the Titanic would've had cling wrap?
Comment icon #12 Posted by Summerin1905 on 18 August, 2019, 9:22
plot twist jack was actually a hallucination created to help rose as her life was crumbling apart as she had no choice.†
Comment icon #13 Posted by XenoFish on 18 August, 2019, 21:18
Cthulhu sank the titanic.
Comment icon #14 Posted by Timothy on 24 August, 2019, 5:13
When women roll over in bed, they always seem to rotate the direction which will pull the blanket away.† I was having this discussion with a lady the other day. Lol. And even after she acknowledged it, she couldnít change it.† Itís kind of†intuitive to roll the away direction†to change sides rather than roll the towards direction, even if not actually moving at all.† Itís like a law of physics.†
Comment icon #15 Posted by tmcom on 31 August, 2019, 9:11
DeCaprio didn't have to die, sffft that is the best part.
Comment icon #16 Posted by Conspiracy on 7 September, 2019, 1:40
Also possible had he just simply rammed it, the ship would have stayed afloat as well.
Comment icon #17 Posted by Scholar4Truth on 18 September, 2019, 20:04
Rose promised she would never let Jack go, yet she did by letting him sink to the bottom of the ocean!†and yes im being sarcastic so the pun is intended††


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