James Cameron justifies Jack’s Titanic death with science

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James Cameron has a score to solve, and he’s using science to do it.

The Oscar-winning director has spent the past 25 years hearing speculation about whether there was room for Jack on Rose’s makeshift boat in 1997’s Titanic. In other words, Leo died and the Internet isn’t over yet. In an interview on Friday with Postmedia, which owns it Toronto SunCameron said he worked with stunt divers and a hypothermia specialist to determine whether Rose (played by Kate Winslet) and Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) could have been more creative in their survival strategy. In addition, he presents his findings in a documentary.


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A “full forensic analysis” included sensors and ice water.

“We tested to see if they could survive through different methods and the answer was there was no way they could both survive,” Cameron said. “Only one person survived.”

Whether Jack died for no reason has become a recurring debate in pop culture. The Sun pointed to the MythBusters show even attempting to answer the question, concluding that the pair could have survived if they had attached their life jackets under the door they were floating on.

Online, you can find pictures of it People show how the door is easily big enough For two — and others point out that even if there were space, so would their combined weight There is no competition for door float.

“I don’t fucking know. That’s the answer. I don’t fucking know,” Winslet said in an interview with the Happy Sad Confused podcast. According to Entertainment Weekly. “If you put two adults on a stand-up paddleboard, it becomes immediately and extremely unstable.”

Cameron’s documentary will air on National Geographic in February, timed to coincide with the 25th anniversary rerun of Titanic. His latest cinematic proposal, Avatar: The Way of Water It’s in theaters now

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