If you were to jump off a tall building, let's say Burj Khalifa, is it true that the pressure difference would be so strong as to kill you before reaching the ground?
This may be a very simple question but somehow I can't seems to solve it. For the sake of completness, I will use the same original question I am working on. Question: The density of ice is $917 ...
I know (I think!) that when a really big star collapses on itself it creates a black hole. My question: When a star collapses, is the mass equal to the mass of the star when it's not a black hole? Or ...
How to calculate upward force of a container filled with a less dense gas than the surroundings where it is placed?
I'm trying to determine the calculation which would state the upward force of a container where the density inside the container is less then that in which it sits. Does this calculation change with ...
Let us say that we have unlimited manpower to construct a huge wall of water ice e.g. 200 m tall (700 feet). -and that the wall is placed in a climate, where the temperature never (for your purpose) ...