In this 7th installment, the secret of the Flux Capacitor is revealed.
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There are many similarities with another film, Buckaroo Bansai, which featured Christopher Lloyd and was produced one year earlier, in 1984. The flux capacitor of Back to the Future is nearly identical to the oscillation overthruster display, which is the the technology that facilitates Buckaroo Bansai's travel across dimensions. The number 88 that signals, Heil Hitler, is also featured in that cult classic, and, yes, it's even set in combination with a numbering of 14 to present the same Neo-Nazi white supremacist code that I documented in the 6th installment!
Here's a full 1080i HD version: Part 7 - What is Back to the Future Really About? The Secret of the Flux Capacitor and Buckaroo Bansai
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Here's where you can find the rest of the series: Playlist for “What is Back to the Future Really About?”