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The physics of falling


SamNells

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blog-0824117001397157564.jpgYep. here it is, an easy one. Falling. First, if we keep in mind that on earth everything accelerates downward at 9.8 meters per second due to the force of gravity. So, that means for every second you are in the air, you go about ten meters per second faster than you were the previous second. For an example, you fall for 5 seconds, at the end of that five seconds you hit the ground at about 50 meters per second (or about 22 miles per hour), ouch! hope you live through that one.

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