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4.16 If the T-1000 is destroyed when it falls into the molten steel, why wasn't it destroyed when the semi tow-truck blew up? (The Terminator)




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This article is from the The Terminator FAQ, by Karsten A. Loepelmann kloepel@connect.ab.ca with numerous contributions by others.

4.16 If the T-1000 is destroyed when it falls into the molten steel, why wasn't it destroyed when the semi tow-truck blew up? (The Terminator)

Molten steel is a *lot* hotter than a gas explosion; notice that the truck
did
not melt when it blew up. According to the "Handbook of Chemistry and
Physics", the melting point of iron is 1535 degrees Celcius. A gasoline
explosion burns at only 200-300 degrees C. Also, molten metal holds a lot
more
heat energy than burning gasoline.

 

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