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comment Physics behind 2 different wall kicks
@Alexander - What exactly do you mean by a smoother movement?
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comment Physics behind 2 different wall kicks
@Vineet - Correct. In addition, in the two-legged case, you are turned around as you approach the wall where in the one-legged case, you are turned around as you leave the wall.
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accepted What do physicists mean when they say “speed of light”?
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comment How does the earth move?
Are you talking about the shape of motion, or the physics behind why it revolves?
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comment What do physicists mean when they say “speed of light”?
Yes, that's exactly what I'm asking!
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comment The Time That 2 Masses Will Collide Due To Newtonian Gravity
@dmckee 1) No, I have not been able to figure the math out yet. 2) I'm not familiar with it (my advanced math only goes up to Calc 3). I'll look into it, though!
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comment The Time That 2 Masses Will Collide Due To Newtonian Gravity
Unfortunately, this won't work due to the acceleration increasing as the objects come closer.
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comment Why is electricity not transmitted wirelessly?
Also up voting.