# NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION

NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION

According to Newton’s Laws of Motion what happened on 9/11 was physically impossible due to gravity and jet fuel alone. Gravity was either seriously pissed off that day or something else happened. So I ask the question….. how does Gravity do this? Sir Isaac Newton was NOT a Conspiracy Theorist! ——————–
Newton’s laws of motion
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton’s_laws_of_motion

“Newton’s laws of motion are three physical laws that form the basis for classical mechanics. They describe the relationship between the forces acting on a body and its motion due to those forces. They have been expressed in several different ways over nearly three centuries, and can be summarized as follows:”
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First law: The velocity of a body remains constant unless the body is acted upon by an external force. ———–
Second law: The acceleration a of a body is parallel and directly proportional to the net force F and inversely proportional to the mass m, i.e., F = ma. ———–
Third law: The mutual forces of action and reaction between two bodies are equal, opposite and collinear.”

NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION

First law: The velocity of a body remains constant unless the body is acted upon by an external force.

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Second law: The acceleration a of a body is parallel and directly proportional to the net force F and inversely proportional to the mass m, i.e., F = ma.

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Third law: The mutual forces of action and reaction between two bodies are equal, opposite and collinear.

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WHAT IS GRAVITY

Gravity is a force which tries to pull two objects toward each other. Anything which has mass also has a gravitational pull. The more massive an object is, the stronger its gravitational pull is. Earth’s gravity is what keeps you on the ground and what causes objects to fall. Gravity is what holds the planets in orbit around the Sun and what keeps the Moon in orbit around Earth. The closer you are to an object, the stronger its gravitational pull is. Gravity is what gives you weight. It is the force that pulls on all of the mass in your body.
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Gravity of Earth
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravity_of_Earth

“It has an approximate value of 9.81 m/s2, which means that, ignoring the effects of air resistance, the speed of an object falling freely near the Earth’s surface will increase by about 9.81 metres (about 32 ft) per second every second. This quantity is sometimes referred to informally as little g (in contrast, the gravitational constant G is referred to as big G).
Newton’s law of universal gravitation
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newton’s_law_of_universal_gravitation

“Newton’s law of universal gravitation states that any two bodies in the universe attract each other with a force that is directly proportional to the product of their masses and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.”

F=Gm1m2/r2

Where F is the force between the masses, G is the gravitational constant, m1 is the first mass, m2 is the second mass, and r is the distance between the centers of the masses.
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NEWTONS SECOND LAW

Newton’s Second Law
http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/accelaration-gravity-d_340.html

“Change of motion is proportional to the force applied, and take place along the straight line the force acts.”
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From experimentation, it has been discovered that, near the surface of the Earth, Earth’s gravity will produce a downward acceleration of 32.2 feet per second per second. (9.81 meters per second per second)

As you might imagine, after quite a few such thought experiments, some simple free-fall equations have been derived which can be used to harness this knowledge via numbers and arithmetic:

Velocity = Gravity x Time
and
Distance = 1/2 x Gravity x Time(squared)

So if we want to know how far the object has free-fallen after 10 seconds:

Distance = 1/2 x 32.2 x 100 = 1608.7 feet

So after 10 seconds, in Earth’s gravity, an object will have fallen 1600 feet (488m) and will be falling at 321.7 ft/sec.

What that means is that an object:

After falling one second, will be falling at 32.2 ft/sec. (9.81 m/sec)
After the 2nd second, it will be falling at 64.4 ft/sec.
After the 3rd second, it will be falling at 96.5 ft/sec.
After the 4th second, it will be falling at 128.7 ft/sec.
After the 5th second, it will be falling at 160.9 ft/sec.
After the 6th second, it will be falling at 193.0 ft/sec.
After the 7th second, it will be falling at 225.2 ft/sec.
After the 8th second, it will be falling at 257.4 ft/sec.
After the 9th second, it will be falling at 289.6 ft/sec.
After the 10th second, it will be falling at 321.7 ft/sec. (98.1 m/sec)

Note: The velocity is achieved without any aero-dynamical resistance (vacuum). The air resistance will be significant for higher velocities or for object with large surface area to mass ratio – feathers or similar.
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Free fall comparison to the towers:

13680 feet – 52.8 seconds (10x the height of the tower)
6840 feet – 37.4 seconds (5x the height of the tower)
4104 feet – 16 seconds (3x the height of the tower)
2736 feet – 13.0 seconds (2x the height of the tower)
2052 feet – 11.3 seconds (1.5x the height of the tower)
1368 feet – 9.2 seconds (height of the tower)
684 feet – 6.5 seconds (1/2 the height of the tower)
456 feet – 5.3 seconds (1/3 the height of the tower)
342 feet – 4.6 seconds (1/4 the height of the tower)
274 feet – 4.1 seconds (1/5 the height of the tower)
228 feet – 3.8 seconds (1/6 the height of the tower)
171 feet – 3.3 seconds (1/8 the height of the tower)
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FREE FALL CALCULATOR CHART

WITH NO AIR RESISTANCE (VACUUM)

Free fall (time and velocity) Calculator
http://keisan.casio.com/exec/system/1224852055

“Calculates the free fall time and velocity without air resistance from the free fall distance.”
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Free fall (distance and velocity) Calculator
http://keisan.casio.com/exec/system/1224835316

“Calculates the free fall distance and velocity without air resistance from the free fall time.”
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WITH AIR RESISTANCE

Free fall with air resistance (time and velocity) Calculator
http://keisan.casio.com/exec/system/1231475371

“Calculates the free fall time and velocity with air resistance from the free fall distance.”
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Free fall with air resistance (distance and velocity) Calculator
http://keisan.casio.com/exec/system/1224830797

“Calculates the free fall distance and velocity with air resistance from the free fall time.”
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LAWS OF MOTION AT WORK

Newtons Universal Law of Gravitation – Science in a Minute
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Minute Physics: What is Gravity?
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High School Physics: Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation
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Bill Nye the Science Guy – A Gravity Demonstration
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9/11 Science vs. Conspiracy Theories Part 1 of 2
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NEWTONS LAWS TEST

Now that you should have a better understanding of Newton’s laws let’s ask a few basic questions that you should have no troubles answering:

1) A car driving at 50 MPH smashes into the back of a semi truck, what will happen?

A) The car will smash through the entire truck.
B) The car and truck will move at 50 mph.
C) The car will come to a destructive stop.
D) All of the above. —————————
2) A bowling ball is dropped off a Cliff and there is no air resistance. The acceleration of gravity is 32.2 feet per second per second (9.81 meters per second per second). How fast is the bowling ball travelling after 3 seconds?

A) 32.2 ft/sec.
B) 321.7 ft/sec.
C) 96.5 ft/sec.
D) 64.4 ft/sec. —————–
3) A car and truck get into an accident. The truck is 10 times heavier than the car. The Truck exerts a force on the car that is ________ the force that the car exerts upon the truck.

A) 10 times greater than
B) 5 times greater than
C) Equal to and opposite
D) Less than
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4) A father and son are on a diving tower that is 10 meters tall. The father weighs 200 lbs and the son weighs 100 lbs. If there is no air resistance (vacuum) and they jump off the diving tower at the exact same time, who will hit the water first?
A) Father
B) Son
C) Same time
D) Neither
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5) An ice sled is gliding at a constant velocity of 70 miles per hour on a frictionless ice sheet. The Net Force upon the sled is:
A) Proportional to it’s velocity
B) Inversely Proportional to it’s velocity
C) Zero
D) 70 Newtons
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6) There is a constant net force of 1 Newton acting upon a 5kg ball, which of the following will not change, and will remain constant:
A) The Position
B) The Velocity
C) The Acceleration
D) The Time
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7) You are riding in an elevator car going up at a constant velocity. The sum of the forces acting upon you is:

A) In the positive or upwards direction.
B) In the negative or downwards direction
C) Zero
D) A product of the speed of the car and it’s mass
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QUESTIONS ABOUT NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION

It’s physically impossible for the top 1/5th of a building to smash through and completely destroy the entire bottom 4/5ths.

Can you debunk this statement by experiment?
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The debris from each tower was spread out over a 600′ radius in all directions! How does Gravity accomplish this?
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What energy was used to hurl heavy steel columns 100’s of feet away from the towers and then what left over energy was there to pulverize the structurally sound and stronger steel and concrete 90 floors below?
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What energy is causing heavy steel columns to hurl through the air laterally? All while pulverizing concrete mid air.
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if you took the top block in the photo below and dropped it onto the bottom block. In NO EXPERIMENT will the top block completely destroy and pulverize the bottom block.
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if you took off the top 20 floors of the towers and dropped them onto the bottom 90 floors. NEVER will the top block completely pulverize the bottom block underneath.
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THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD

North Tower Exploding

“The starting point in science is observation.”
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WTC Demolition – Super Slow Motion.mp4
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Steps of the Scientific Method:
Observation/Research
Hypothesis
Prediction
Experimentation
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What is the proper procedure for any criminal investigation?

A) Bring in as many workers to clean up the area immediately.
B) Ship off the evidence overseas before being analysed.
C) Cordon off the area to preserve a pristine scene for the investigators.
D) Take no dust samples for the biggest engineering failure in the history of modern construction.
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SCIENCE MEMES

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