- Does one need to be FCA authorised to charge interest on a loan to a friend?
- Breach of Contract
- Is it really an abuduction if the protest at some point ends and how if not?
- How should I go about drinking beer while trying to be healthier?
- Determining the capital return from the investment in dynamic firms and their growth
- Do countries have to run on deficits? What is their possible economic future?
- Help with The Production Function and the Theory of Capital
- How can I slow down Earth's rotation?
- How to enforce the slave rules
- What are the advantages of terraforming over living in space stations/constructs and visa versa?
- Can we change our Prarabadha (set of pre-ordained actions and events), irrespective of whether it's positive?
- Is space impermanent?
- saveUser form action posting elsewhere?
- Short and sweet riddle
- Not the usual “8 5 4 9 1 7 6 3 2 0” sequence puzzle
- Four Marathon Runners
- Linear Regression. Interpret weights as an effect on a prediction?
- Experience Replay, must return minibatch back to Memory Bank?
- Grad Checking, verify by average?
- Implementation of Stochastic Gradient Descent in Python
What were the precautions taken for Derek's safety in the hill scene?
In Peter Jackson's 1987 film, Bad Taste, one of the main characters, Derek, is fighting with aliens on the side of a rather steep hill. I have to wonder what kind of safety precautions the actors took when filming this scene so as to not trip and fall to their death. I can't imagine it was anything all that special knowing most of the props and such were made by Jackson himself and that the movie was very low budget.
I was not able to find anything online talking about how this scene was filmed.