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Another Picture Showing Demonstration of a Pneumatic Shell Riveter (1900)



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January 1900 (USA)  »

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1.36 : 1
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25 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

This movie is just amazing. Absolutely beautiful. The director uses good use of colors. This film uses color in such a way that it mesmerizes you. Every detail of this movie just wants you to become a pneumatic shell weaver. Every bit of this movie awesome. When you first see the wonderful pneumatic shell weaver...it just makes one want to cry. Cry at the beauty of creation. When he sticks his arm out the shell it make one excited at what he might do. Ultimately, I think this movie is a classic. It is fortunate that there are people giving this movie what it deserves: 10 out of 10 stars. I need to tell more: as you watch this shell that this thing lives in, it makes you deny evolution completely. How could a shell evolve? How could this movie have been made without divine interference?

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