Sphere

Factual error: Just before they enter the water, they state the water temperature is 1,1°C. Waters temperature at it's maximum density is 3,98°C which it certainly would be at that depth.

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Suggested correction: Temperature is not dependent on density in the way this entry implies. Also, the density given is for fresh, not salt water. The normal range of temperature for all the deep oceans is from 0-3 °C. A temperature of 1.1 °C is perfectly normal.

Visible crew/equipment: Beth attempts to convince Norman to inject himself with a tranquilizer by trapping him in a room and filling it with water. As the water rises, Norman frantically looks for a way out. There is a quick overhead shot of this scene that flashes on for just a second, and if you look around the perimeter of the room - you will see the entire crew, complete with camera and lights.

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Suggested correction: This is simply not true. I have just watched that scene and didn't notice it, so I slowed it down to a third speed and still didn't see it.

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