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looks fake

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Notice....here we're talking about batteries exploding. This was not an explosion (I think we can all agree to that, as nobody's dead or maimed :P).

I know I'm a little late to the conversation, but

@Deltac0, according to the article it was a security camera, not a journalist's recording.

@eep357, my old MacBook battery also swelled up (it interfered with trackpad operation). :P But since it was under the 3rd-party seller's warranty I got it replaced.

What about the smoke? I have had several electronics of mine burn (including a nice HDD), and the smoke never looked like that...it was more like weaving smoke streams, not like puffy clouds. And always that burnt electronics smell that drives my family nuts...:rolleyes:...too bad cameras can't pick up smell (although that's a good thing too...) I have this eerie feeling that it was simulated, especially with the way the kid walked out of the car.

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The other thing that is obvious to me is the "security camera" movement. It looks like someone was holding a camcorder and trying hard not to move. Real security cameras are stationary and don't move at all as they're screwed in and/or mounted to a solid part of the building. Anyway, that's my take on it... "Trust but verify" is the mindset that I have when it comes to stuff like this...


The video is recorded from a screen, stupid finnish reporters... That was said in the original article.





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