This probably includes a little of biology, but I believe it's mainly physics, so I hope it's ok to ask here: Imagine 2 persons: Person A weights 120 pounds and person B weights 180 pounds. Imagine ...
Is it because of the upward force that stops the object? for example-
Two questions: Assuming you dive head first or fall straight with your legs first, what is the maximal height you can jump into water from and not get hurt? In other words, an H meter fall into ...
Let's imagine this in an situation where a person jumps down from a smaller building, a garage for example. The exact numbers aren't really important here, since I'm not aiming for an exact answer, ...
Why does an object with smaller mass hits the ground at same time compared to object with greater mass? I understand the acceleration due to gravity of earth will be same but won't the object with ...
The increasing water pressure as you go deeper is generally explained in terms of the weight of the water column above the observation point pressing down. The question, then, is what would happen if ...
The common understanding is that, setting air resistance aside, all objects dropped to Earth fall at the same rate. This is often demonstrated through the thought experiment of cutting a large object ...
Imagine you're trapped inside a free falling elevator. Would you decrease your impact impulse by jumping during the fall? When?