9 حيل في الافلام مستحيل ان تحصل في الواقع

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أصبح العنف المفرط والوفيات المفاجئة لها  ألف طريقة مختلفة، والعلامة التجارية لأفلام هوليوود المنتجة.  

بعض من هذه الخدع غير مترجم .

10| Exploding Cars

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سواء كان ذلك على شاشة التلفزيون أو شاشة السينما، يبدو أن كل سيارة مطاردة عالية السرعة ينتهي واحد على الأقل تحطمها السيارات وتنفجر فيها النيران. أحيانا يدفع السيارة إلى الهاوية وcombusts عفويا فيها النيران دون أي استفزاز.

البنزين في الواقع على نطاق ضيق جدا القابلة للاشتعال، وخليط من بخار الغاز إلى الهواء الخارجي يجب أن تكون محددة جدا (بين 1.4 و 7.6٪) قبل أي شيء قريب من انفجار سيحدث. قد تسبب الغاز لحرق سيارة بعد حطام سيئة، ولكنها نادرا ما يفجر جدا.

9| Falling Through Glass

 10 Movie tricks That Are Impossible In Reality
لا فيلم كامل دون ما لا يقل عن شخص واحد يسقوط من خلال لوح زجاج او النافذة ومن ثم المشي بعيدا دون ان يتاذى. هي بعض الخدع الهوليوودية . الزجاج المكسور وأسلاك شائكة حادة الحواف التي يمكن أن تمزق  الملابس واللحم البشري مثل السكين الساخن من خلال السمنو المبردة.

8| Death From A Gunshot

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كم من الافلام يموت الشخص من طلقة واحدة ؟الموت  إثر إصابته بطلق ناري يعتمد على نوع من الأسلحة والذخائر و. من أجل البساطة، سنستخدم مسدس كمثال على ذلك. حتى إذا تم إطلاق النار على شخص من مسافة  مسدس قريب بن يطير و يسقط على الارض . البندقية التي تحمل قوة كبيرة يمكن ان تسبب اندفاع الشخص للوراء كما نرى . و لكن الجروح التي تظهر في الافلام تعجيزية .
حتى لو كان الضحية يتلقى الطلقة مباشرة إلى القلب، سوف يستغرق عدة دقائق لانهيار الدورة الدموية كاملة، وفي الوقت نفسه، فإن الدماغ يرسل الرسائل "المكافحة أو الهروب" .

7| Crime Scene Aftermath

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The climactic scene of many TV cop shows is a big shoot-out, followed by the detectives standing over the dead perp, telling the uniformed cops to “take him to the morgue, and clean this up.” Moments later, the detectives are shown unwinding at the local tavern. Of course, it doesn’t happen that way in real life. Any officer who fires his weapon has to remain on-scene until someone from Internal Affairs comes to investigate.
He also has to stand by until the evidence technicians have finished collecting everything they need. And the uniformed guys would laugh at the suggestion that they “clean up” anything. Whether it’s a homicide or suicide, once the cops have all their information and evidence it’s up to the owner of the property to mop up. Luckily, there are many companies that specialize in the very exacting work that is necessary when it comes to grisly biohazard cleaning.

6| Dramatic Drowning

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Drowning victims have plenty of time for a dramatic rescue on the big screen, since they flail and splash loudly while reaching their arms up and desperately calling for help. In reality, most drowning victims don’t get rescued in time simply because no one nearby realizes that the person is in trouble. A drowning person typically dies quietly, since he is unable to keep his mouth above the water long enough or draw enough breath to cry for assistance.
They usually don’t thrash about, either; instinctively they straighten their body as if they are climbing a ladder and spread their arms to the sides as if they are trying to push down on the surface of the water to lift themselves up. Because of this automatic response, a drowning person will rarely reach for a thrown life preserver or extended stick. Small children slip below the surface even quicker than adults, so it’s very important to take every precaution possible (life jackets, floaties, etc.) when youngsters are playing in the water.

4| Headstones In One Hour

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Showing a completed, personalized headstone at the gravesite during the burial certainly adds poignancy to any funeral scene (and often acts as shorthand to indicate “character didn’t survive”), but in real life it usually takes a minimum of four weeks after the order has been placed to have a grave marker put in place. And that’s for one from inventory stock; if you prefer custom artwork or other special touches, it could take 90 days or more.

3| Computer Hacking

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Have you ever noticed that on TV, it takes detectives three minutes or more to trace a phone call, but in a pinch someone can write a code to hack into a computer in half that time when it comes to tracking down a criminal? Programming requires many complex steps, including making changes to the existing code, compiling it, testing it, and debugging it. Just waiting for a compiler to finish its job can take hours. Even the best hacker cannot click a few keys and access a perp’s password-protected files within a matter of minutes.

2| The Silencer

 10 Movie tricks That Are Impossible In Reality
James Bond makes it look like you can shoot someone in a room full of people and then make a clean getaway as long as your handgun is fitted with a silencer.
But a silencer only dampens that portion of the sound that is created by the exploding gases in a gun; the bullet is still traveling at supersonic speed, and its miniature sonic boom will still be quite audible. When a gun is fired, gunpowder in the bullet shell casing is ignited which produces gas at a high rate.
The high pressure build-up of this gas propels the bullet forward, and as it exits the gun barrel, the release of kinetic energy makes a loud noise. It’s similar to the pop of a champagne cork, but much quicker and louder. A silencer attached to the end of a gun barrel is basically a series of baffles along with an expansion chamber, which gives the gas more time to cool off and dissipate before the bullet finally exits. A silenced gun sounds about as loud as a car door being slammed. It’s much quieter than the usual “bang!” but it’s certainly not the subtle little “whoosh” heard in those espionage films.

1| The Chloroform Nap

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A common scene in many mystery movies is the old “knock out an unsuspecting victim by holding a rag full of chloroform over their face” trick. Would this tactic work in real life? Probably not. First of all, chloroform begins to lose its effectiveness as soon as it mixes with oxygen (and some of those villains spend a long time lurking in the shadows with their rags poised).
Secondly, chloroform doesn’t instantly knock a person unconscious; depending upon the victim’s size and weight, the chemical could take up to 10 minutes to subdue someone.

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