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Dodge for Josh

Djwalker06

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On the 8th of March I participated in the annual Dodge for Josh charity dodge ball tournament. Dodge ball and physics have many connections some of them being a lot more painful than others. While playing I witnessed one of the more painful connections that physics and dodge ball have in common. In physics we learned about forces and how forces applied impact the object the force was applied on. Unfortunately during the dodge ball tournament I was unlucky enough to have the force of a dodge ball thrown at me in an area that wasn't so pleasant. The thrower of the dodge ball was already pretty hefty themselves but then combined with the force they applied on the ball... lets just say the after math wasn't very pleasant. To conclude that is how physics relates to dodgeball :-)



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