“Based on wind resistance, for example, the terminal velocity of a skydiver in a belly-to-earth (i.e., face down) free-fall position is about 195 km/h (122 mphor 54 m/s).”
This boy is running 195 km/h.
That is the amount of fear Ira Gamagori is instilling in him.
If the kid is descending in a downward direction at 195 km/h, how does that translate to his speed traveling down the slight incline of the stairs? Because he might even be exceeding 195 km/h.
Regulation school stairs are around 40 degrees in incline
So if I use the Pythagorean Theorem…
He’s going 303 km/h.
That’s the same speed an Airbus A340 needs to take off and fly.
Who knew I would actually use something in math class.
Let’s not even get started on the amount of force that would be required to do an exact 45 degree turn on a dime at that speed.
or maybe gamagori is falling really really slow by intimidating the air
Gravity shift! [video]
THIS IS SO COOL
City Council is re-calibrating the gravity of the city today. Citizens are warned to anticipate sudden gravity shifts and stay near objects which can be grabbed onto in the event of a shift. And now, the weather.