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Indiana Jones Nuking the Fridge infographic by mauricem Indiana Jones Nuking the Fridge infographic by mauricem
In the movie "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" Indiana Jones survives the explosion of a nuclear bomb by cleverly ducking in a refrigerator. While most believe it's impossible, George Lucas has said that he has scientific evidence that his odds of survival are "50\50."
Let's take a closer look at the scene and see how Jones seems to defy physics and common sense to survive.
This was for my blog [link]

UPDATE: Thank you so much for all your kind words and responses! I tried to thank each comment individually and just couldn't keep up. If I didn't get to thank you know how much I appreciate it. I'm new and didn't even know what a Daily Deviation was until I got it.
Special thanks to ~Jezamin and $Moonbeam13
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Indiana Jones Nuking the Fridge infographic by ~mauricem is a humorous and informative look at how our hero survived the seemingly impossible! ( Suggested by Jezamin and Featured by Moonbeam13 )
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DraconicParagon Featured By Owner Feb 5, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm fairly certain this info graphic, though seemingly on the movie's side, is actually tongue-in-cheek sarcasm, and sets out to prove exactly the opposite: That Indian Jones REALLY should have died... OR that they just shouldn't have put this scene into the movie at all. (Spoiler Alert =>) At least it wasn't as dumb as the alien flying saucer at the end of the movie... just dumb... GREAT infographic bytheway!
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Creature218 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2013
I thought that scene was awesome I mean surviving a tank falling off a cliff is fine but surviving an nuclear bomb in a LED LINED Fridge is bad BULLSHIT
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pwningthenoob Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2014  Hobbyist Artist

I highly doubt the fridge was lined with Light Emitting Diodes.

Lead

Go back to school kid.

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Franz32 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Been trying to figure this out, and also been debating this with a friend recently. Thank you for the clarification!
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YouFailAtFailing Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Great! Now all we need to do is clarify/fix the other 99 problems with Indy 4
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allthegoldenguns Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014
Which would be...?
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YouFailAtFailing Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Oh, you know, everything about Indy 4. Some movies include mistakes, this is a case where the entire film is a movie mistake.
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allthegoldenguns Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014
Well what specifically was bad about it? What had you leaving the theater either contemplating suicide or contemplating murdering George Lucas?
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YouFailAtFailing Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Well, the most obvious problem, ALIENS! This is Indiana Jones, not Star Wars! The plot is riddled with holes, the action scenes are obnoxiously unsatisfactory, and what is the deal with the monkey's segment? The whole "snake vs rope" thing is too corny to stand, the constant double-crossing happens so often it ceases to be surprising and becomes agonizing, and why on earth would you cast Shia Lebouf, star of the worst trilogy in cinema history? George Lucas stopped making good movies for the sake of making good movies after Return of the Jedi. He started making movies for the money, and as such, the quality went down the drain.
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allthegoldenguns Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2014
They weren't aliens, though. George wanted them to be aliens, and he was persistent, but he loop-holed Stephen with "interdimentional beings".

I do agree that this film stuck out like a sore thumb in comparison to the classic trilogy, but kind of like with Aliens: CM, I think critical reception has been a little too harsh.
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