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Flying a toy helicopter inside an accelerating train [duplicate]
Scenario: You ride in a train, you have this helicopter toy. The train is not yet running when you flew your helicopter on a constant altitude (say 1 meter above the train's floor). Question: What ...
Mar 29 '12 at 6:47
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