Biker defying physics. Source:news.epicinter.net/i-cant-stop-watching-this-bike-crash-break-the-laws-of-physics/.. If it was physics defying, it wouldn't have happened at all. Consider the following: We have two objects traveling in the same direction, object A (car) and obj
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Biker defying physics

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Submitted: 08/21/2014
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#2 - yuzabeach ONLINE (08/21/2014) [+] (1 reply)
If it was physics defying, it wouldn't have happened at all.

Consider the following:
We have two objects traveling in the same direction, object A (car) and object B (bike+man). Object B has a fall-away piece (a part that is easily removed or designed to remove on certain levels of impact, aka the man). Assuming Object A is traveling 55 kph, what speed would object B have to be traveling at in order to launch the fall-away piece in given angle the given distance? Let's also assume that the man weighs 63.5kg. In the video when the bike hits the car, the man is launched at an approximate 19 degree arch from point of impact. Also assume the distance from the launch point to the landing point is 3.5 meters and he was in the air for a little over a second. For the sake of this example, let's call it 1.15 seconds. (Refer to attached image for the rest of the example) ANYWAYS, my point is that this doesn't defy the laws of physics. Physics equations were made specifically to determine things like this.
#3 - xxxsonic fanxxx (08/21/2014) [-]
I bet his sphincter went through the whole "quid, bin lid" motions...
#1 - konradkurze (08/21/2014) [-]
Deadpool physics
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