fuck gravity. omg thank you top 10 .. Young guy - "Whoa, that was cool" Old guy - "Did I drop the slinky yet?"
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#27 - carlose (11/23/2011) [-]
**carlose rolled a random image** this defines gravity
User avatar #8 - Shoobaloo (11/23/2011) [+] (2 replies)
Young guy - "Whoa, that was cool"

Old guy - "Did I drop the slinky yet?"
#130 - RoyalNightmare (11/23/2011) [-]
The amount of Science in these comments is too damn high!
User avatar #12 - iowndemostest ONLINE (11/23/2011) [+] (15 replies)
Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. So when the top half of the slinky was dropped, not only did the top half get pulled towards the bottom half, but the bottom half wa being pulled UP at the same time. The force of gravity was pulling at the same rate as the bottom half going up. Giving it the appearance of broken physics.
#158 - stepping (11/23/2011) [+] (1 reply)
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**** gravity?
**** this!
User avatar #24 - mdrewbullard (11/23/2011) [-]
definitely watched the video of this as a demonstration in my physics class.

basically, the slinky is relaxed to a point where the spring force upward is equal to the gravitational force downward. since the forces are equal, the slinky doesnt move, that is until the rest of slinky collapses on the fixed point.

in summary, **** phyiscs.
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#37 - atomis (11/23/2011) [-]
Mines broken
Mines broken
#21 - ChickaSlimShady (11/23/2011) [-]
God dammnit I hate physics...
God dammnit I hate physics...
User avatar #3 - lifeisnowcomplete (11/22/2011) [+] (4 replies)
Hooke's law, the bottom of the slinky has both gravity and an upward acceleration from the spring potential. The top has gravity plus an equal but opposite spring force pulling down. he center has essentially just gravity.

Sorry if that ruined it for you. :(
#110 - annogram (11/23/2011) [-]
When the string was let go from the top the earth pulled it down and it gained tension, when he lets go from the top the tension from the bottom of the slinky pulls down on the top making the top move down faster than gravity, however if we quote newtons 3rd law of pairs in motion the top must also exert a force in the opposite direction pulling the bottom of the slinky up the same amount that it pulls down this causes the bottom to remain stationary. Whats interesting is if you look at where the centre of gravity is (the point where mass is equal on either side of that said point) you'll notice that it falls down at 9.81ms^2 which is the rate of freefall on earth

thats right science bitches
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#85 - anonymous (11/23/2011) [+] (9 replies)
U know this is in slow motion
#86 to #85 - bacontrips (11/23/2011) [-]
get off the internet
#19 - anonymous (11/23/2011) [+] (1 reply)
That guy's pants are really skinny...
User avatar #28 to #19 - phantomm (11/23/2011) [-]
if thats what you noticed first, i have some bad news for you
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