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Lionel Page Aug 24
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Threddy 🦖 Aug 24
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Threddy 🦖 Aug 24
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This is my contribution to the internet today.
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Skeptipithecus Aug 24
Massive improvement. Well done. 12/10
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Benjamin Jones Aug 24
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What suspends the T-Rex 🦖 for those milliseconds?
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SecularTank Aug 24
This is what we call inertia. Mass needs acceleration/force to be moved. Gravity here is always accelerating the dino, and this force is the time it takes for the dino to start moving the distance it does.
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Counterfeit Culture Aug 24
The Dino only accelerates by gravity at 9.8 m/s 2. Meaning the ball is moving faster than that with the elastic springs returning the ball before the Dino can reach even a fraction of the needed acceleration.
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Andru Aug 24
Velocity* the acceleration is constant
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Dr Hans Gruber Aug 25
So I guess that makes this dinosaur a velocity-raptor then.....*taps Mike*...hello is this thing on?
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Humphrey Grimmett Aug 25
You're much better at falling out of buildings ...
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Chris Rentsch Aug 24
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Anyone who grew up watching Wile E. Coyote is already familiar with this phenomenon.
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Mukul Chakravarthi Aug 24
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The Cartoon Laws of Physics: you’d enjoy this.
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Diogo Maia Aug 24
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This also shows how dinosaurs reacted to the asteroid impact.
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Father of Cats Aug 25
Dude, too soon
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Pedro Miguel Rolo Aug 25
Agreed. He should have waited at least two million more years
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