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Why exactly does a boomerang return back to the thrower?
I was always intrigued by the phenomena that govern the returning back of a boomerang to the thrower. Even if it is dependent on various factors such as velocity, aerodynamics, wind resistance and ...
Nov 24 '10 at 20:28
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