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Rename 'Die Hard' sequels to be consistent with Mohs scale of hardness

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(explained in the title & link)
hippo, Jun 05 2017

https://en.wikipedi...of_mineral_hardness [hippo, Jun 05 2017]

Brinell scale https://en.wikipedi.../wiki/Brinell_scale
Calibration [8th of 7, Jun 05 2017]

Prince Rupert's Drop https://en.wikipedi...nce_Rupert%27s_Drop
[hippo, Jun 14 2017]

Materials Library http://www.institut...k/materials-library
[hippo, Jun 14 2017]

Prince Rupert Spheres [notexactly, Jun 15 2017]


       Flawless [+]
8th of 7, Jun 05 2017

       This whole concept could be extended to many other movie franchises - this idea only scratches the surface. [+]
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 05 2017

       You Shore about that, Mohs-or-Vicker?
Ling, Jun 05 2017

       This could redefine the whole concept of "hard man" versus "tough guy" ...
8th of 7, Jun 05 2017

       Or a mean temper....
Ling, Jun 05 2017

       A mohs intriguing idea. I hardly know where to start commenting on it.
Voice, Jun 05 2017

       But Mohs has nothing to do with dies. You need to look at the different specifications of drawn wire.
pocmloc, Jun 05 2017

       Rockwell Scale of Hardness, invented by two unrelated men for no good reason, except that they shared the same last name.
LimpNotes, Jun 05 2017

       Ah yes. And, if I recall, they used to make abrasive tools of various degrees of hardness - the Rockwell Files.   

       No, dammit, it was Rockford. What a missed opportunity.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 05 2017

       I keep reading Mohs as Moths. Ha
xenzag, Jun 05 2017

       Presumably the accuracy of ratings would be externally verified ... maybe Inspector Morse could do that ?
8th of 7, Jun 08 2017

       Then most of the population wouldn't understand the titles. On the other hand, it might encourage learning of Morse code.
notexactly, Jun 10 2017

       I can get on board with Die Hard Apatite, Die Hard Topaz, Die Hard Ruby and Die Hard Diamond, especially the last with its alliteration. But Die Hard Talc and Die Hard Orthoclase are just weird.   

       On a slightly related matter, someone I knew once suggested that the drama series 'Die Kinder' belonged in the franchise, and in fact any plural or feminine singular German-language TV series would fit slightly.
nineteenthly, Jun 10 2017

       Die Kinder than what?
MaxwellBuchanan, Jun 10 2017

       Are you kidding ?
8th of 7, Jun 10 2017

       You'll get his goat
pocmloc, Jun 10 2017

       I saw one of those (link) in the Materials Library (link) in London - it looked amazing
hippo, Jun 14 2017

       Yes, but: [link]
notexactly, Jun 15 2017

       Ah, right - yes [notex], thanks.

Also, [nineteenthly] *I* would go and see "Die Hard: Talc" - I think you need to understand where the characters have come from to properly understand the narrative development to, for example, "Die Hard: Sapphire".
hippo, Jun 16 2017


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