2.9iota?!

I just thought that after failing physics calculations over and over again, and finding weird results in the process, I thought this was far too humourous to pass my vinyl eraser.

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Look closely. How can the velocity of an object become 2.9iota? Visualize this in a very, very fictional case. According to these calculations, this states that the velocity does not exist, and therefore somehow somewhere, the object in motion (a bucket spinning in circles vertically) magically disappears when there is no tension between the string and the swinging arm.

Whoosh, whoosh, poof, whoosh, whoosh, poof.

  1. My physics teacher would love you.

    Skooter March 26, 2007 at 2:49 am