Plane Problem

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BuddyLee

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You are sick.
To counter Nestors disturbing fapping, I present this gif, with another equally ponderous question.

If Salma were in space, with Zero Gravity, would her bewbs still bounce? :confused:

salmaboobs.gif
 

Pycckuu

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Yes, as she turns her bewbs would continue to move in the same direction in the absense of friction and gravity, as described by Newton's First Law. However, since they are attached, they would invariebly be forced to return to their initial position upon reaching their maximum distance from the origin by the centrepedal forces the breasts within themselves contain.

/edit And no, they won't move forever, since some energy will be lost as heat.
 
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Ruprecht

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are they te lucky devils cause they find a way to still take off or cause they land save here and there?
 

Nestor Makhno

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To counter Nestors disturbing fapping, I present this gif, with another equally ponderous question.

If Salma were in space, with Zero Gravity, would her bewbs still bounce? :confused:

salmaboobs.gif

Two great animated gifs in one post - nice work, bud.

BTW I went off the boil when someone started talking friction again. So you need no longer be disturbed (or at least no more so than usual);)
 

SnozzFartz

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OK guys I have an official answer. I went out, rented a plane and made a treadmill. And guess what, I took off! It was really cool.:D
 

Zoring

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Clearly seeing as aircraft carriers used to have to turn into the wind for planes to take off, and some larger planes need the wind to assist them still, you need airflow to get off the ground, plane not moving forward, air not moving over wings, plane dosen't take off. Problem solved.
 

Moz

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Clearly seeing as aircraft carriers used to have to turn into the wind for planes to take off, and some larger planes need the wind to assist them still, you need airflow to get off the ground, plane not moving forward, air not moving over wings, plane dosen't take off. Problem solved.

That is not the question at all.

Are you some kind of idiot?

Have you ignored the thread completely?
 
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