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Tribal Warfare 02:19 PM 07-21-2018

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banecat 02:23 PM 07-21-2018
Originally Posted by Tribal Warfare:
Looks like it may not be too bad. Looking forward to it. Thanks for the post
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Bowser 03:00 PM 07-21-2018
Black Manta looks bad ass.

Could the DC Universe be improving right before our eyes???/
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Fish 03:10 PM 07-21-2018
LOL underwater speech.....
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Sure-Oz 05:04 PM 07-21-2018
This looks incredible...wow. that sub part was straight out of the comic. The colors...the underwater world is gorgeous.
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Sure-Oz 05:04 PM 07-21-2018
Originally Posted by Bowser:
Black Manta looks bad ass.

Could the DC Universe be improving right before our eyes???/
I'm hoping so...Wan wanted no interference with this movie. I trust he'll do it right.
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Al Bundy 05:48 PM 07-21-2018
This looks bad ass...
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CoMoChief 11:13 AM 07-22-2018
looks intriguing...
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Discuss Thrower 11:21 AM 07-22-2018
Wait. That's not Vinny Chase.
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lawrenceRaider 11:28 AM 07-22-2018
Originally Posted by Fish:
LOL underwater speech.....
You would rather whale calls with subtitles?
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listopencil 11:52 AM 07-22-2018
Originally Posted by Fish:
LOL underwater speech.....

Why is it harder to talk to someone underwater than in air? The answer is that sound couples poorly from air to water. When you talk, you do so by emitting air and then sending compression waves through this air. Your lungs provide the burst of air, and your vibrating vocal cords and mouth imprint the appropriate sound waveform on the air. In order for someone underwater to hear you, the sound waves have to go from the air in your mouth into the water surrounding you. Sound waves have a hard time going from air into water and mostly get reflected at the air-water interface instead of being transmitted into the water. If your lungs and airways were filled with water, and if your vocal cords and lungs were tuned to handle water, you would do a better job of generating sound underwater as there would no longer be an air-water interface.


http://wtamu.edu/~cbaird/sq/2013/11/...ne-underwater/
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Fish 12:09 PM 07-22-2018
Originally Posted by lawrenceRaider:
You would rather whale calls with subtitles?
No, I understand the necessity. It just looks goofy.
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The Pest 12:18 PM 07-22-2018
Actually looks good. So if this is like Wonderwoman.....what are the next couple of shitty movies that DC will put out?
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listopencil 12:24 PM 07-22-2018
Originally Posted by Pestilence:
Actually looks good. So if this is like Wonderwoman.....what are the next couple of shitty movies that DC will put out?

The Cyborg and Robin origin stories.
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Fish 12:27 PM 07-22-2018
Originally Posted by listopencil:
Why is it harder to talk to someone underwater than in air? The answer is that sound couples poorly from air to water. When you talk, you do so by emitting air and then sending compression waves through this air. Your lungs provide the burst of air, and your vibrating vocal cords and mouth imprint the appropriate sound waveform on the air. In order for someone underwater to hear you, the sound waves have to go from the air in your mouth into the water surrounding you. Sound waves have a hard time going from air into water and mostly get reflected at the air-water interface instead of being transmitted into the water. If your lungs and airways were filled with water, and if your vocal cords and lungs were tuned to handle water, you would do a better job of generating sound underwater as there would no longer be an air-water interface.


http://wtamu.edu/~cbaird/sq/2013/11/...ne-underwater/

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