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CAN someone please give me a good idea as how to find information for this problem: we are supposed to relate physics to movies, and state mistakes or errors found in the movies based on physics principles. I am trying to do Willy Wonka the 1971 version...I need help trying to prove that Violets becoming a blueberry is impossible and an error due to physics, as well as the four-course chewing gum. Any information, websites, or books that you could think of that would help me would be fantastic. Thanks!!! AND PLEASE HELP ME!!

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    I would think that a violet becoming a blueberry would be a biologically impossible thing not a error due to physics as you explain.

    Errors in movies based on physics would be for example, when a person jumps off a 10 story building and lands unharmed.

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    I would stick to superman flying.

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    Thanks for trying to help me...but I am sort of stuck with doing this movie, I am not allowed to switch, so can you come up with anything at all?

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    Like I said before blueberries from violets would not be a physics error.
    You would have to find some other part of the movie that would correspond to a Physics error.

    If you list other situations in the movie me or someone else could tell you whether they are reasonable or not according to physics principles.

    I don't remember what happens in the movie though since it was so long since I've seen it.

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    um yes it is , Violet is a person and she expands to resemble a blueberry, that does too defy laws of physics, I think you are taking this to mean a violet as in a flower turning into a blueberry.

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