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#120 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
Apparently some people are working on making a jump over 400000 ft at like the edge of gravity, make that ****** jump and go down at like 1000 mph as the top speed, and go through all the G-forces and heat related to that **** , sounds more fun then that.
#198 to #120 - drummkidr (05/28/2012) [-]
Okay ******* , I'm going to settle this. There's a thing called absolute velocity, where an object can't accelerate beyond that point, it is way before 1000 Mph.
User avatar #215 to #198 - iamrexraptor (05/29/2012) [-]
terminal velocity and it has to do with wind resistance
#216 to #215 - drummkidr (05/30/2012) [-]
terminal velocity is due to wind resistance
User avatar #123 to #120 - iamrexraptor (05/28/2012) [-]
the only reason they would be able to hit 1000 mph unassisted would be if they didn't have the wind resistance. Therefore without wind resistance there wouldn't be "heat related to that **** " that is created from wind resistance's friction. Also G-forces created by acceleration from a stopped or slow position. Imagine if you would driving in a car, you speed up slow you don't feel the g's, you speed up fast and you do. Wind can cause simulated g's (imagine the same driving situation, but this time you are in a convertible) unlike a non-convertible car, wind resistance causes simulated g's no matter if you speed up fast or slow.

Wind makes heat and g-force without accelerated motion
#124 to #123 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
400000 ft in the atmosphere doesnt have any air at all.. and it would be caused by the suns heat and or friction from high speeds..
#181 to #124 - olinerocks (05/28/2012) [-]
"400000 ft in the atmosphere doesnt have any air at all.. and it would be caused by the suns heat and or friction from high speeds.. "
No atmosphere at 400000ft = no friction
User avatar #126 to #124 - iamrexraptor (05/28/2012) [-]
there is no friction in space and the heat from the sun isn't nearly as deadly as the radiation one would have to go through to make it into earth. 400,000 feet is 100,000 feet away from the moon.
TR;DR space no have airs = no friction
ps:Geiger counter sound
#128 to #126 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
dude its like a meteor, if its at high enough speeds it starts burning like crazy, especially if it gets into a planets atmosphere.
User avatar #137 to #128 - Mojake (05/28/2012) [-]
The meteor doesn't burn. The molecules in the air around the meteor are fissioned. Fission is exothermic so it glows. themoreyouknow.jpg
#140 to #137 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
but if it gets within a certain distance it dissipates, but it looks like it burns, still counts.
User avatar #143 to #140 - Mojake (05/28/2012) [-]
'gets within a certain distance' wut? Yeah it glows because of the the bonds in the molecules around it are broken... The reason the meteor breaks up is because of the resistance against gravity causing a ******* of kinetic energy which disintegrates the rock.
User avatar #145 to #143 - iamrexraptor (05/28/2012) [-]
thank you making my point dude it really makes my all nighter brain feel less... stressed
User avatar #148 to #145 - Mojake (05/28/2012) [-]
Don't worry about it bro
#146 to #145 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
lol everything u said doesnt match what he explained
#144 to #143 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
that wut i ment man.
User avatar #130 to #128 - iamrexraptor (05/28/2012) [-]
FOR ***** SAKE THERE IS NO ATMOSPHERE AT 400K 300K 200K 100K you start hitting atmosphere at about 80,000 the real danger is radiation for 2 and a-half days
#133 to #130 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
dude.. if anything is at high enough speeds it generates energy, dafuq
User avatar #135 to #133 - iamrexraptor (05/28/2012) [-]
potential energy is built up energy doesn't mean heat
#139 to #135 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
and the thermosphere is 2,700 degrees fahrenheit
#136 to #135 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
dude if you enter the earths atmosphere, it being around 10000 km high, yeah, your gunna gain alot of speed and friction from that speed man.
User avatar #138 to #136 - iamrexraptor (05/28/2012) [-]
yes yes you will BUT the radiation will have likely caused so much [normalcancer[normal] that you will die even if you survive
#142 to #138 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
and what radiation? its gunna be a 10 minute fall, and they give you a specialized suit made for like, 15 G forces, plus for the intense heat of the atmosphere levels
#125 to #124 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
and theres barely any to not at all resistance for like 320000 ft, so your gunna be going pretty fast for a while
User avatar #127 to #125 - iamrexraptor (05/28/2012) [-]
All I'm trying to explain is the science behind the act of falling to earth from 400.000 ft.

It took the astronauts 3 days to make it 100,000 miles longer
#132 to #127 - shackalacka (05/28/2012) [-]
and wut?
User avatar #134 to #132 - iamrexraptor (05/28/2012) [-]
this **** is so ******* muddle now
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