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...Wreck it Ralph was from Pixar, they have been working with Disney since the dawn of time..
Interesting bit of trivia, Pixar was originally founded by George Lucas and later sold to Disney.
You, my good man, are incorrect. While it is true that Pixar have always been with Disney, the Disney Animation Studios logo appears at the start, not the Pixar one, signifying that it was Disney not Pixar who made this film.
My apologies, it has been a bit since I last saw the film, and so was drawing more of the fact that most pixar related films were created alongside Disney, and so they would be one in the same for the shorts.
It actually just came out over here in this neck of the woods, so you being wrong is understandable.
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Fun fact! The projectiles fired out of a railgun do, in fact, drop! Gravity plays the same role on them as it does every other object that has mass (or energy depending on your knowledge of physics). While they may not "drop" as much as other slower moving objects, they still only travel roughly 7800-8000 mph, which is about 9,000 mph too slow to actually fall and miss the earth which would give the appearance that they were "in orbit" or not dropping with the curve of the earth. Of course, if someone did invent the projectiles could in fact travel the roughly 17,000 mph needed, and fired it while still in our atmosphere, it would more than likely just burn up due to the enormous amount of heat generated by friction with the air.
TL;DR - Don't be lazy, just fucking read it. You'll learn something.
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