posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 07:34 PM
Originally posted by IkNOwSTuff
Originally posted by Dustytoad
reply to post by IkNOwSTuff
Come on now man..
Cat falling problem
Cat turns right side up, without violating the law of conservation of angular momentum.
edit on 12/10/2012 by Dustytoad because: (no reason
Double huh LOL
It sounds like ur smarter than me with this stuff coz I have no idea what u mean
For the less technically inclined of us, is this dude worthy of being in a comic book or is he just a nut?
Well I don't know how smart I am or am not, but as per my point. I do not know what is going on here, but I know of at least 2 explanations that
should be tested. One is apparent violation (not actual) of conservation of momentum, and the other would be electric currents from the body changing
the currents of water around a body so that the body is subtly pushed in a circle.. Water is polar even when it's distilled (pure), but with chlorine
added, and oils, other electrolytes, minerals, electric current is conducted better.. This could possible cause currents to develop based on the
bodies electric nature..
The cat thing is that cats can spin in the air without pushing off anything.. Air resistance is not enough to account for even a partial spin. So to
conserve angular momentum a cat is sort of changing shape or springing, while following physics, it makes an "impossible" feat possible.
Neither explanation would make a superhero if that's what you are asking specifically.
I didn't mean to sound so boring though.
I do think this guy is a little, heh.. Hahaha
S and F for making my physics mind come back out. I don't know anything about this personally because I sink like a rock.
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