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(Baeble Music)   Q: How do you make physics fun? A: Plow a train into Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber   (baeblemusic.com) divider line 39
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2013-09-16 02:05:22 PM  
Id love plow a train into Miley.
 
2013-09-16 02:36:55 PM  
The only part of the headline I recognized was "plow Miley Cyrus".
 
2013-09-16 02:44:55 PM  
I got plow a train and run a train mixed up for a second.


That was one second in hell.
 
2013-09-16 03:11:07 PM  
A literal train?
 
2013-09-16 03:12:05 PM  
I think Miley is more about pulling trains.
 
2013-09-16 03:13:41 PM  

Mr. Coffee Nerves: I think Miley is more about pulling trains.


I hope so. With older gentlemen like myself. Hell, I'll go full creep and say I wouldn't even just mind taking my waterproof camera into the same pool as her.
 
2013-09-16 03:18:26 PM  
" . . . if he keeps this acceleration for 18 seconds, how fast is he going when he plows her over?"

Not fast enough.
 
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2013-09-16 03:34:38 PM  
Sort of a Freudian slip that could go either way?
 
2013-09-16 03:45:13 PM  
Are we going to hear about either of these people in 5 years?
 
2013-09-16 03:50:17 PM  

kvinesknows: Id love plow a train into Miley.


And the answer to the problem was 69 m/s.
Giggity.
 
2013-09-16 03:57:48 PM  
And the answer to the Bieber question was 225 m/s2, which is about 23 g's.

"The NHTSA standard for a sudden impact acceleration on a human that would cause severe injury or death is 75 g's for a "50th percentile male", 65 g's for a "50th percentile female", and 50 g's for a "50th percentile child".

The since we need 50-65 g's, the answer is "not nearly enough".
 
2013-09-16 04:42:53 PM  
knuckledraggin.com
 
2013-09-16 04:43:07 PM  
Well that was disappointing. I had hoped for something with less physics and more plowing.
 
2013-09-16 04:52:34 PM  
plow  Justin Bieber

images.elephantjournal.com
 
2013-09-16 04:53:00 PM  

Mugato: Are we going to hear about either of these people in 5 years?


We don't hear much about Paris Hilton anymore, so maybe there's hope.
 
2013-09-16 04:56:29 PM  
Silly, subby. That can make anything fun.
 
2013-09-16 04:58:19 PM  
i.imgur.com
Casey Jones you better watch your speed.
 
2013-09-16 05:02:49 PM  

Banned on the Run: And the answer to the Bieber question was 225 m/s2, which is about 23 g's.

"The NHTSA standard for a sudden impact acceleration on a human that would cause severe injury or death is 75 g's for a "50th percentile male", 65 g's for a "50th percentile female", and 50 g's for a "50th percentile child".

The since we need 50-65 g's, the answer is "not nearly enough".


Well, doing my mental math here, the Miley question has you going just under 64 mph, which should be fast enough for this guy...
31.media.tumblr.com

... and with any luck, he'll smack into Bieber's wreckage to finish him off as well.
 
2013-09-16 05:05:02 PM  
Would you like to read my Justin Bieber analogy of buoyancy? I don't care, here it is anyhow.

You see, you are at a show to see the Beebs and you want to be down front. So you walk towards the stage. Of course you are there early to get a good view of his Beebness. However, a steady rush of 12 year old girls wants to be by him more, forcing you back.

/got little
 
2013-09-16 05:05:23 PM  

farkingismybusiness: [i.imgur.com image 266x199]
Casey Jones you better watch your speed.


I dare you to shop Miley twerking into that gif.

I double-dirty-dog dare you.

I'd try it, but my shop-fu skills are non-existent.
 
2013-09-16 05:13:03 PM  

farkingismybusiness: [i.imgur.com image 266x199]
Casey Jones you better watch your speed.


Dammit...now I have to jerk off.
 
2013-09-16 05:18:24 PM  
My high school physics teacher asked questions like this:

(Note: neglect air resistance)

A cat is dropped out of a helicopter.
At the instant the cat is dropped, it meows.
If the cat and the meow reach the ground at the same time, how high up is the helicopter?

/He didn't like cats.
 
2013-09-16 05:20:50 PM  
Those actually are more like math problems.
 
2013-09-16 05:49:47 PM  

Cybernetic: My high school physics teacher asked questions like this:

(Note: neglect air resistance)

A cat is dropped out of a helicopter.
At the instant the cat is dropped, it meows.
If the cat and the meow reach the ground at the same time, how high up is the helicopter?

/He didn't like cats.


Mine did something similar.

You're standing at the edge of a sheer cliff 500 feet off the ground. There's a little old lady standing 30 feet away from the base of the cliff. A hoodlum is approaching her from 100 feet away from the base of the cliff. you have a 5 pound rock. Assuming your aim is deadly, how fast and at what angle do you have to throw the rock to hit the hoodlum in the head 5 feet away from the little old lady.

/He didn't like hoodlums.
/Not sure about cats.
 
2013-09-16 05:50:08 PM  

LonMead: I dare you to shop Miley twerking into that gif.

 
2013-09-16 05:55:38 PM  

Cybernetic: My high school physics teacher asked questions like this:

(Note: neglect air resistance)

A cat is dropped out of a helicopter.
At the instant the cat is dropped, it meows.
If the cat and the meow reach the ground at the same time, how high up is the helicopter?

/He didn't like cats.


Speed of sound is s, gravity is g
v(t) = gt
average v = (.5gt^2/t) = .5gt

Speed of sound is S
.5gt = S
2S/g= t

d(t) = Integral of velocity by time from 0 to 2S/g
v(t) = gt
d = .5gt^2
d = .5g(2S/g)^2
d = .5g(4S^2/g^2)
d = 2S^2/g
 
2013-09-16 05:57:40 PM  
Where's Miley's tongue wagging?

Isn't that her latest gimmick to tell everyone she answers to nobody? Except Billy Bob.
 
2013-09-16 05:59:07 PM  
Loaded headline is loaded.
 
2013-09-16 06:12:29 PM  

Spanky McStupid: [knuckledraggin.com image 550x736]


Agreed...
 
2013-09-16 06:25:59 PM  
Yah I think there's far more fun and constructive ways to learn about physics then tying on to the bullshiat music industry...
fc06.deviantart.net
 
2013-09-16 06:57:08 PM  

BumpInTheNight: Yah I think there's far more fun and constructive ways to learn about physics then tying on to the bullshiat music industry...
[fc06.deviantart.net image 692x432]


Just picked that up the other night while it was on sale... finally managed to get a stable orbit last night with a satellite, currently have a few Kerbanauts in orbit as well. Trying to decide if my next step will be trying out docking or trying to put a satellite around the Mün.
 
kth
2013-09-16 08:58:37 PM  

author1701: Cybernetic: My high school physics teacher asked questions like this:

(Note: neglect air resistance)

A cat is dropped out of a helicopter.
At the instant the cat is dropped, it meows.
If the cat and the meow reach the ground at the same time, how high up is the helicopter?

/He didn't like cats.

Mine did something similar.

You're standing at the edge of a sheer cliff 500 feet off the ground. There's a little old lady standing 30 feet away from the base of the cliff. A hoodlum is approaching her from 100 feet away from the base of the cliff. you have a 5 pound rock. Assuming your aim is deadly, how fast and at what angle do you have to throw the rock to hit the hoodlum in the head 5 feet away from the little old lady.

/He didn't like hoodlums.
/Not sure about cats.


Our examples were all pintos.
 
2013-09-16 09:24:29 PM  

JayCab: BumpInTheNight: Yah I think there's far more fun and constructive ways to learn about physics then tying on to the bullshiat music industry...
[fc06.deviantart.net image 692x432]

Just picked that up the other night while it was on sale... finally managed to get a stable orbit last night with a satellite, currently have a few Kerbanauts in orbit as well. Trying to decide if my next step will be trying out docking or trying to put a satellite around the Mün.


I'm guessing you can do the satellite thing fine. Docking is, of course, the critical next step before a moon shot. Just follow in the footsteps of Mercury-Gemini-Apollo.
 
2013-09-16 10:46:27 PM  

gfid: Those actually are more like math problems.


You don't get to learn any actual physics til about 3 years into your Ph.D. - til then they just bombard you with stupid math problems to try to make you go away.
 
2013-09-16 10:57:00 PM  

Suckmaster Burstingfoam: gfid: Those actually are more like math problems.

You don't get to learn any actual physics til about 3 years into your Ph.D. - til then they just bombard you with stupid math problems to try to make you go away.


I remember my advanced Calc teacher mocking me for bringing up Physics stuff during class. At the time I was pissed but now I look back on it and realize that yeah, in the end its all farking math to begin with.

Hats off to you Mr Dulcer, yes you and your arrogant tie were right
 
2013-09-17 02:22:01 AM  

legion_of_doo: JayCab: BumpInTheNight: Yah I think there's far more fun and constructive ways to learn about physics then tying on to the bullshiat music industry...
[fc06.deviantart.net image 692x432]

Just picked that up the other night while it was on sale... finally managed to get a stable orbit last night with a satellite, currently have a few Kerbanauts in orbit as well. Trying to decide if my next step will be trying out docking or trying to put a satellite around the Mün.

I'm guessing you can do the satellite thing fine. Docking is, of course, the critical next step before a moon shot. Just follow in the footsteps of Mercury-Gemini-Apollo.


We'll see about the satellite part, since getting something to insert into orbit without launching from that object's gravity well just seems kind of daunting to me. But yeah, my next step is practicing at getting an orbit as close to circular as possible, so that I can actually have a chance of performing a docking maneuver.

/And training myself to remember to open the damned parachutes on a capsule returning to the surface...
 
2013-09-17 07:05:43 AM  
I wish there was an app for this. Using physics to make Bieber explode like a blood sausage or reduce Miley to a thin red paste.
 
2013-09-17 08:47:30 AM  
Chrome Users. Hide all mentions of Miley Cyrus, Twerking and her other ridiculous words!
Current Wordlist: Miley Cyrus
Miley Ray Cyrus
Twerk / Twerking
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And just because they cant be left out: Kim Kardashian (Popular Request) Kardashians (Popular Request)
 
2013-09-18 02:28:20 AM  
If Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber were both drowning and you only had time to save one, which kind of sandwich would you make?
 
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