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If you read any science fiction, you would realize that often the outer dimensions of a room or container has no relation to its actual capacity.
What is not explained is why the can of tuna doesn't weigh 400 pounds. ;-(
couple of excellent answers there,
Dark Night, I've worked with vacuums, yep, they're strong.
Dabeaner, All right, so the can is a tardis, but the tardis would crush everything in existence so, it must be fitted with an anti-grav device.
Vacuum packed. You'd be amazed what they can do with a strong vacuum.
a large pry bar and some one to jump up and down on the lid till it closes. LOL.
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