Movie Quotes results for Combustion
Movie Name: Joan of Arcadia (2003)
[Joan, Adam, and Grace are studying]
Joan: What should we do first?
Grace: Ask your brother for the answers.
Joan: To be humble you have to be proud.
Adam: Wait, arent those opposites?
Grace: Ah, ask him ask him. [Luke just walked in]
Joan: No, no lets just break it down ok. Is there a chemical formula
Adam: Uh [from the top of is head] Cellulose is c6h12o6 [Joan drops
her pencil in shock] Uh, I have an eidetic memory.
Joan: Whats that?
Grace: [talking about Adam] He can barely remember his name.
Adam: Listen, I know a lot, I just cant put it all together.
Joan: Ok, what about a chemical equation for fire?
Grace: Wood doesnt actually burn.
Joan: Thats insane.
Grace: What burns is the gas released when the wood gets hot.
Therefore the reaction would have to be gasification, through
oxidation reduction, then combustion.
Luke: It is so hot that you know that.
Adam: [to Grace] Dude, are you smart?
Grace: Just because I refute the whole formal schooling equals
knowledge crap doesnt mean Im stupid.
Joan: Ok, so what about gas. [Joan looks at Adam]
Adam: Cha, like I know.
Grace: And Rainman back to underpants.
Movie Name: Conspiracy (2001)
Adolf Eichmann: Now, last summer Reichsführer Himmler asked me to
visit a camp up in Upper Silesia, called Auschwitz, which is very
well isolated, and close to significant rail access. And we are
turning that camp into a major center, solid structures (and heres
where your Jewish labor comes into play, Herr Neumann, the Jews
haul the bricks and they build the buildings themselves). And when
the structures are complete, we expect to be able to process
2500... an hour. Not a day, an hour.
Heydrich: And those numbers look a lot better.
Luther: 2500 an hour?
Adolf Eichmann: At 24 hours a day, that is 60,000.
Kritzinger: 60,000 each day...
Adolf Eichmann: Thats 21,900,000 Jews a year, if
ever there were that many.
Heydrich: And we are also constructing the means
of disposal, which will obviously depend upon the process of
Adolf Eichmann: Yes, itll be industrial in nature:
large commercial gas-fed ovens, no residue to speak of.
Müller: 60,000 Jews every day go up in smoke.
Heydrich: We can achieve that. Imagine.
Movie Name: Mission to Mars (2000)
[Arrives late at the BBQ in his circa 1960s Corvette]
Woody Blake: Gentlemen, Internal Combustion Engines. Accept no
Movie Name: South Park (1997)
[episode running gag]
Mayor: Marsh, Im not asking you, Im telling you! Find the cause of
spontaneous combustion, or else!
Randy Marsh: Or else what?
Movie Name: Star Trek: Voyager (1995)
[the Doctor is analyzing Pariss 20th century automobile, after Paris
has refused to resume his duties in sickbay]
The Doctor: Medieval safety constraints... internal combustion system
producing lethal levels of carbon monoxide. Hmm... I stand
corrected. This may be just what you need to get you back to
Movie Name: To Wong Foo Thanks for Everything, Julie Newmar (1995)
Vida Boheme: Internal combustion, the ultimate accessory.
Movie Name: With Honors (1994)
Social Security Clerk: Im going to ask again, do you have evidence
Simon Wilder: Im sittin here aint I lady? What do you think, I
happened by spontaneous combustion?
Movie Name: On Deadly Ground (1994)
Forrest Taft: Id like to start out by saying, thank you to all the
brothers and sisters that have come here today representing this
cause. I have been asked by Mr. Itok and the tribal council to
speak to you and the members of the Press about the injustice that
has been brought against us by some Government Officials and Big
Business. How many of you out there have heard of alternative
engines? Engines that can run on anything from alcohol to garbage
or water. Or carburetors that can get hundreds of miles to the
gallon. Or electric or magnetic engines, that can practically run
forever. You dont know about them because if they were to come
into use, theyd put the oil companies out of business. The concept
of the internal combustion engine has been obsolete for over fifty
years. But because of the Oil Cartels and corrupt government
regulation, we and the rest of the world have been forced to use
gasoline for over a hundred years. Big Business is primarily
responsible for destroying the water we drink, the air we breathe
and the food we eat. They have no care for the world they destroy,
only for the money they make in the process. How many oil spills
can we endure? Millions and millions of gallons of oil are now
destroying the ocean and the many forms of life it supports. Among
these is plankton, which supplies sixty to ninety percent of the
Earths oxygen. This supports the entire marine ecosystem which
forms the basis of our planets food supply. But the plankton is
dying. I thought, well, lets go to remote state or country,
anywhere on Earth. But in doing a little research I realized that
these people broker toxic waste all over the world. They basically
control the legislation, and, in fact, they control the Law. The
Law says, "no company can be fined over ,000 a day." For
companies making ,000,000 dollars a day by dumping lethal toxic
wastes into the ocean, its only good business to continue doing
this. They influence the media so that they can control our minds.
They have made it a crime to speak out for ourselves, and if we do
so were called "conspiracy nuts" and were laughed at. Were angry
because were all being chemically and genetically damaged, and we
dont even realize it. Unfortunately, this will effect our
children. We go to work each day and right under our noses we see
our car and the car in front of us spewing noxious poisonous gasses
that are all accumulative poisons. These poisons kill us slowly,
even when we see no effect. How many of us would have believed if
we were told twenty years ago that on a certain day we wouldnt be
able to see fifty feet in front of us. That we wouldnt be able to
take a deep breath because the air would be a mass of poisonous
gas. That we wouldnt be able to drink out of our faucets, that
wed have to buy water out of bottles. Our most common and
God-given rights have been taken away from us. Unfortunately, the
reality of our lives is so grim that nobody wants to hear it. Now,
Ive been asked what we can do? I think we need a responsible body
of people that can actually represent us rather than Big Business.
This body of people must not allow the introduction of anything
into our environment that is not absolutely biodegradable or able
to be chemically neutralized upon production. And finally, as long
as there is profit to be made from polluting the Earth, companies
and individuals will continue to do what they want. We have to
force these companies to operate safely and responsibly, and with
all our best interests in mind. So that when they dont, we can
take back our resources and our hearts and our minds and do whats
Movie Name: Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man (1994)
Cornfed: Be careful, Duckman. A cursory olfactory analysis of this
womans sweat glands indicates that decades of alcohol ingestion
have permeated her cellular structure and made her a prime
candidate for spontaneous combustion.
Movie Name: The X Files (1993)
Scully: Spontaneous human combustion.
Mulder: [grinning] Scully!
Scully: Well, isnt that where you were going with this?
Mulder: Dear Diary, today my heart leapt when Agent Scully suggested
spontaneous human combustion.
Scully: Mulder, there are one or two somewhat well-documented cases.
[Mulder nods, grinning]
Scully: Mulder, shut up.
Movie Name: Frasier (1993)
Martin Crane: Who made the first move? You or her?
Frasier: There was no first move. It was more like spontaneous sexual
Martin Crane: Theres always a first move. Think.
Frasier: Allright. I was standing in front of her desk like so. She
was facing me... Niles, you be Kate.
Dr. Niles Crane: I will not.
Frasier: Look, just stand up.
Dr. Niles Crane: Im *always* the girl! In every prep school play I
was the girl! Guinevere, Marian the Librarian, Ado Annie. Well, no
more, Im through with it! When do I get to be Shoeless Joe from
Movie Name: Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (1993)
[the crew are analyzing Illarios death]
Chief OBrien: [scanning the corpse] Thats odd... According to these
readings, the bullet only traveled eight or nine centimeters.
Captain Sisko: Then the killer must have fired at point blank range.
Odo: I dont think so. There are no powder burns on the body.
Doctor Bashir: What are powder burns?
Odo: At close range, chemically propelled weapons leave residual
combustion products on the skin and clothing of the victims.
Captain Sisko: How did you know that?
Odo: I read 20th century crime novels - Raymond Chandler, Mike
Hammer, that sort of thing.
Movie Name: Home Improvement (1991)
Al: [found out there was another gas leak in the house that they
didnt know about or repair] Benny! Did your aunt happen to mention
that there was also a leak in the stove?
Benny: Maybe, its hard to understand her when shes not wearing her
Al: You realize that there is the possibility that gas has been
leaking in this house for the past half hour. the slightest spark
could cause combustion.
Benny: Hey, take it easy. I disconnected all the electrical
appliances like you asked.
Al: Ahh, well good.
Benny: Except that lamp over there. But you dont have to worry, its
the kind that only goes on when you clap.
Tim: [wanting to leave and not knowing the situation] Cmon guys lets
[He claps twice and the lamp turns on causing the house to blow up]
Tim: Let me guess, there was another leak.
Al: The stove.
Movie Name: Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)
Q: Very impressive the way you contained that explosion. What else
have you done?
Amanda Rogers: I dont understand.
Q: Telekinesis, teleportation?... Spontaneous combustion of someone
you dont like? [shooting a meaningful glance at Picard]
Movie Name: Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987)
Lt. Commander Data: Captain, I am detecting life readings from the
planet surface, as well as several small areas of thermal radiation
and carbon dioxide emissions, indicative of combustion.
Wesley Crusher: [smiles] Campfires, Data.
Lt. Commander Data: Is that not what I said?
Movie Name: The A-Team (1983)
"Howling Mad" Murdock: [Irish accent] I dont suppose, my good man,
that you ever heard of instantanious combustion? Thats not to be
confused with internal combustion. But, hes broken my rule number
"Faceman" Peck: [acting fey] Number nine? Never leave newspapers
Roy Kelsey: Oh, eh, we were meaning to throw those out, actually.
"Howling Mad" Murdock: Meaning to? Meaning to? You know that there
are a thousand tragic cases of meaning to in the naked city?
"Faceman" Peck: Why dont you just step outside untill weve
conducted our little inspection, huh? [urges Kelsey out the door]
"Howling Mad" Murdock: [shouting] Newspapers! Newspapers! I hate
Movie Name: Filthy Rich (1982)
Bootsie: Heres a woman who was walking down the street and suddenly
went up in flames. [reading] "Scientists speculate that in rare
cases, the human body is capable of manufacturing such a high
degree of heat that internal combustion occurs spontaneously."
Kathleen: What does that mean?
Mother B: Honey that means youre in big trouble!
Movie Name: Battlestar Galactica (1978)
Capt. Apollo: When these fires reach hyper-combustion, the whole
planets gona blow! Lets get outta here!
Lt. Starbuck: Oh, frack!
Movie Name: Flesh Gordon (1974)
Dr. Flexi Jerkoff: Do you take me for a fool? Do you think I dont
know youve come here to steal the plans to my new interstellar
hydro-combustion miracle-patented micro-teflon nuclear gamma strato
rocketship-grade missile? Which was twenty years in the making?
[Shows blue prints] And employs a new updraft design which lifts
the ship on small spirals of synthetic strontium pellets? [puts
blueprints back in jacket] Do you think I dont know that? Well,
Ive never even heard of it. So youre barking up the wrong tree.
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