Check out the science behind your favorite holiday movies

It’s holiday movie season — lots and lots of holiday movies. It’s very doubtful that you think about science when watching those movies, but it sure is there.

More often than not, it’s not a great science, but it still exists. Let’s take a look at some of the good and bad science we see when enjoying the season’s movies.

Christmas holiday

Starring Beverly D'Angelo and Chevy Chase

You can’t have a holiday movie discussion without “National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation!” There are some accurate scientific scenarios. The tree dries up if the dog drinks all the water from the tree; Vacations add stress to people; And applying varnish to the bottom of the sled will make it go faster – but just barely!

Then there are some things we have to wonder about, like the house’s pretty lights (which weren’t twinkling). Clark Griswold states that the house is illuminated with 250 strings of lights. With an ordinary strand of 100 lights, the house is illuminated by 25,000 lights.

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