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|#18 - Nope...the speed has nothing to do, check the vid…||11/29/2013 on worlds longest basketball shot||+9|
|#15 - Correct me if i'm wrong, but that fall lasted about 7 seconds.… [+] (16 new replies)||11/29/2013 on worlds longest basketball shot||+5|
#35 - anonymous poster (11/29/2013) [-]
Basketballs will generate a lot of air resistance I'm guessing.
#86 - LePedobear (11/29/2013) [-]
Yes, but its not just horizontal movement. He threw it at an upper diagonal angle. he didn't just throw it straight forward. so you cant just measure it based on the time it took unless he threw it exactly horizontally or dropped it. it went higher a bit. then started to fall. I suppose if you could see the point it started to descend you could work out roughly. adding in resistance from the air.
#93 - pseudobob (11/29/2013) [-]
If it had wings and could somehow balance drag and gravity with lift in a free-fall, then you would be correct. But for a plain sphere, being dropped would be the same thing as being thrown horizontally, with maybe a slightly different value of air resistance. Whether or not the ball is falling straight down, gravity is pulling it straight down.
#17 - dedaluminus (11/29/2013) [-]
The gif is a little slower than the actual video, but not by much. You're thinking only vertically, though. It was thrown horizontally with great force. Much like a fastball in baseball, just because it takes a few seconds to hit the ground doesn't mean it's really high up.
#43 - ripgeckosncherios (11/29/2013) [-]
the video the other guy showed you explains it but to clear it up: When you throw something the horizontal velocity results in a horizontal movement and the vertical acceleration results in a vertical movement, when the two are added jsut that happens: addition, they don't actually change each other. This results in a curve for obvjects that are launched exactly vertically.
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