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Rise of the planet of the apes physics

Donoghue117

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blog-0862554001397137251.pngfor those who may have seen rise, you might have known of the famous scene when ceaser, an intelligent ape rises against his abusive care taker and says "NO!!!" and smacks out the care taker, but how is this done. well first he had to apply as much force and acceleration into the shock stick in order to knock him out . and when ceaser took him to an ape cage and freed his fellow apes the caretaker wakes up and tries to shock each of the apes, before ceaser sprays him with a hose, killing him. you see the combination of the electricity and water increase the voltage tenfold, which is enough to kill a man. thank you for this enlightening discussion


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