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+27 1. Denaro commented 13 years ago

You'd think after investing so much into building these bad boys they'dd have a better way to send them out...
Makes for a damn good show
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+58 2. orion commented 13 years ago

I was totally expecting one of them to tip over
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-13 3. TarasFromLviv commented 13 years ago

This is just for the show of course
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+5 4. firest4rter commented 13 years ago

thats how the titanic was launched ;)
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+13 5. Chrisofskjern commented 13 years ago

I love how its tipping back and forth like some tiny boat in a bathtub. But in slow motion cuz its friggin huge!

Looked awesome!
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+4 6. 95731 commented 13 years ago

wow! thats how they release ships?!?!
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+5 7. Maffis commented 13 years ago

imagine being on them when they move them out
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0 8. henrybrodie commented 13 years ago

#1 if it aint broke, dont fix it :)
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-1 9. stjohn4 commented 13 years ago

titanic >:)
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-3 10. championay commented 13 years ago

yeah...uuum, seen one seen em all :P
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+8 11. stepanstas commented 13 years ago

+1 for making me think that each time one was going to tip over.

0:30 looks like some took a big bite out of that ship
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0 12. Tareim (admin) commented 13 years ago

that was pretty cool, and amazing how none full tipped over even though they came close
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0 13. THEHOFFY commented 13 years ago

wha impresses me the most is how those bad mutha's float i know its the shape n all but common! how many tons they whey u throw a penny in the water and that just sinks :3
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0 14. StaithUK commented 13 years ago

#4 Imagine the ripple waves that made! Bet the surfers were out that day :D
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0 15. defade commented 13 years ago

They look so insanely huge when they are out of the water. It's like pushing a building into the sea.
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0 16. Daire commented 13 years ago

these boats are made so they are virtually impossible to tip over, physics is on there side! 8-)
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-1 17. timppi commented 13 years ago

#6, it seems like it, i wouldn't have guessed.. but those huge cruise ships are built in a pool, which is then filled and they just sail out to sea
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0 18. DannyHK7 commented 13 years ago

You know, once those new boats hit the water, they depreciate 20% of its value...
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+2 19. sux2bu commented 13 years ago

#17 Large ships are built in floating dry-docks that are open on each end and have chambers that can be flooded to make the whole dry-dock sink deep into the water, allowing the new ship to float as water fills it up.
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0 20. badboy007 commented 13 years ago

how the hell do they slide ???
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-1 21. timppi commented 13 years ago

#19, exactly what i said, but with the difference that i didn't need wikipedia, and i wrote it in a way the average snotr user can understand.
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0 22. DJKovu commented 12 years ago

i wonder how it would have been looking like is there had been a car on that road in teh first " lease" XD
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0 23. sux2bu commented 11 years ago

#21 Since I used to work as a machinist at a shipyard I did not need wiki to describe the workings of a floating drydock. Your explanation though was aimed at 3rd graders it seems. (built in a "pool" ? ) haha....dumbass >:)