When hailstone begin to fall, you can see in rear window of the car that nothing falls on the road and the road is clear.
Airplane engine is heard, but the propeller is not turning. This is not possible on a piston engine.
When Frank and Trish are sitting down in the trees resting and the camera pans away you can clearly see the camera rails on the floor.
If the rotation of the earth was suppose to be slowing to a stop when the girl is giving birth, how does the day suddenly turn to night? The view of the earth with the sun in the background shows the United States rotating into night. However, the speed at which the U.S. went into black was several times faster than the normal speed of the earth because in a matter of seconds, the U.S. rotated into night. Several minutes later, it was day again. The earth was suppose to slow to a stop, not speed up to outrageous speeds.
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Frank tells Trish that she's losing a lot of blood, but when her wound is shown, it is clearly clotted closed and not bleeding.
When the storm begins there is a scene where you can see the shadow of the trees/leaves on the asphalt not even moving like in a calm summer day.
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