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Physics of GTA (cont.)

DelaneyBest

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If you couldn't tell by now, I really like to talk about the force of gravity (9.81 m/s^2). Well in GTAV it becomes very relevant because there is a cheatcode called 'skydive' and this cheatcode is exactly how it sounds. Unlike Hannah, I actually have been skydiving; just not in real life. When you activate the cheat code you are put into a loading screen and launched like 100 miles in the air (160934 meters). When you start playing your velocity is already very high, but if you were to find that out, you could calculate the final speed before you, you know, splat. Or you could calculate how high youre in the air and stuff. If you could tell me what speed you're accelerating at when free falling i'll give you a dollar.

Sike it's 9.81 m/s^2 and i don't have a dollar.



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