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bio website rimmer.sk
location Slovakia
age 25
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An aspiring writer hoping to one day write a video game.


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30
awarded  Tumbleweed
Sep
23
asked How much energy does a powerlifter need to perform a session of squats?
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12
awarded  Yearling
Feb
6
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
6
awarded  Autobiographer
May
31
comment Would a car tow rope withhold an adult person?
@Stefano Borini: I am fully aware of this fact, but good job pointing it out!
May
30
accepted What are the ideal centers of mass and rotation for a steadicam?
May
30
accepted Which person can handle falls from big heights better: lighter or heavier?
May
30
asked Would a car tow rope withhold an adult person?
May
25
revised Which person can handle falls from big heights better: lighter or heavier?
added 8 characters in body; added 3 characters in body
May
25
asked Which person can handle falls from big heights better: lighter or heavier?
May
16
comment Why do 'dead' batteries work again after exchanging the places of the batteries in an electronic device?
+1 for "but I haven't heard of a lot of things"
May
14
comment What's my weight when jumping on a bicycle from a higher to a lower ground?
Could you please join all those formulas to one formula? So that I can count various values by changing weight of the driver and height of the jump? I can't really work it out of those many formulas, sorry :( I know this stuff is very clear and easy to you guys, but I just ... can't :/
May
13
awarded  Teacher
May
13
answered Do events exist after our death if we can't measure them?
May
12
accepted What's my weight when jumping on a bicycle from a higher to a lower ground?
May
11
comment What's my weight when jumping on a bicycle from a higher to a lower ground?
Your explanation looks amazing and since I'm no physicist, I wouldn't even dare to question your statement, but with all the respect I need to ask the following: I think I remember that if you push an object so that it slides on a thin ice, it will keep going forward, not breaking the ice, but when it stops, it will begin to press with its full weight on the ice and will break it. Therefore I figured that objects when moving have less "vertical mass" than when standing. Why doesn't this rule apply in this scenario, if ever? Or am I completely mistaken here?
May
11
comment What's my weight when jumping on a bicycle from a higher to a lower ground?
I was expecting concrete, so yeah, I guess no mattress or anything like that.
May
11
comment What's my weight when jumping on a bicycle from a higher to a lower ground?
can you please edit my post, Colin K, to improve anything you proposed?
May
11
comment What's my weight when jumping on a bicycle from a higher to a lower ground?
hahahah yeah thanks, I fixed it, lol