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#91 - weight is a force. force is mass times acceleration. F=MA. on …  [+] (1 new reply) 3 hours ago on 1kg of steel VS 1kg of... 0
User avatar #93 - kerfufflemachtwo (3 hours ago) [-]
Okay, yeah. My brain hasn't had to do science stuff in a while.

So, in the same gravitational field, two 1 kg objects would weigh the same. In different fields, they would weigh differently, but still have a mass of 1 kg.

So, send the feathers to Jupiter and they will weigh more than the steel.
#89 - if theyre on the same planet together they weigh the same too.…  [+] (3 new replies) 3 hours ago on 1kg of steel VS 1kg of... 0
User avatar #90 - kerfufflemachtwo (3 hours ago) [-]
I thought that only applied to Earth. That the weight would change elsewhere, even if the mass was the same. In theory, at least.

Gonna have to look into this more, because it will bother me until I know.
#91 - Capnhowdy (3 hours ago) [-]
weight is a force. force is mass times acceleration. F=MA. on the same planet, the A will be equal. if they are both 1kg (mass) then the weight is the same too. on a different planet A is different from earth but not between the two objects sitting next to each other
User avatar #93 - kerfufflemachtwo (3 hours ago) [-]
Okay, yeah. My brain hasn't had to do science stuff in a while.

So, in the same gravitational field, two 1 kg objects would weigh the same. In different fields, they would weigh differently, but still have a mass of 1 kg.

So, send the feathers to Jupiter and they will weigh more than the steel.
#55 - In all seriousness, those were some of the most tasteful credi… 04/12/2015 on Anime 404 (please use... +1
#2997 - I shot a man in Reno just to watch him die. His dying request … 02/26/2015 on Why did you pick that... 0
#54 - took me forever to figure out what was going on in that gif 07/03/2014 on Well played 0
#7498 - **Capnhowdy rolls 332,107,180** 07/03/2014 on highest roll gets yellow... +1
#21 - *orders of magnitude  [+] (1 new reply) 02/16/2014 on Spoopiness level: high +4
#34 - tksparty (02/16/2014) [-]
I'm an idiot, thought it sounded weird.
#111 - More like Rodney Danger-worl 01/14/2014 on Admin's gf about FJ 0
#338 - Checks out: although if you're close enough for …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/23/2013 on Fallout Boy 0
User avatar #341 - evilanakie (12/23/2013) [-]
tried it in the nearest capital of my country
is no where even CLOSE to my town
*internal confusion*
#17 - no sound or dust clouds on the moon 12/17/2013 on Moonsters 0
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