-9.8 m/s/s
Created on: June 24th, 2006
-9.8 m/s/s
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June 24th, 2006
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ANTIGRAVITY CAT-TOAST HAS RETURNED!
June 24th, 2006
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Woulda been funnier if there was a stick of Chapstik coming down saying "lol, nedm" or "lol, gravity"
June 24th, 2006
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dude... -9.8 m/s/s *is* gravity. +9.8m/s/s is anti-gravity.
June 24th, 2006
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that depends entirely on frame of reference. if lol gravity is +9.8 m/s/s, then lol antigravity is -9.8
June 24th, 2006
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no wait...-9.8 m/s/s is not anti-gravity, but gravity itself...yeah. lol
June 24th, 2006
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I second twindizzle2009's sentiment.
June 24th, 2006
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i know what you mean, but it wouldn't make sense in the YTMND world unless jeremyspoken22 changes his title to -9.8
June 24th, 2006
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If 9.8m/s^2 is the speed of gravity downard toward earth, then -9.8 m/s^2 is the speed away from earth. You never hear it refered to as -9.8 m/s^2 for grav in a text book.
June 24th, 2006
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it works either way, it's just that since gravity moves "DOWN" from a 2D point of view, it's usually represented as a negative number.
June 24th, 2006
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I reverse my statement. In any math equasions, vertical trajectory: Find X: Height= -GravityX^2 + InitialSpeedX
June 24th, 2006
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LMFAO! and who the f*ck cares about the real formula for anti-gravity u f*cking nerds, he was just mocking the other ytmnd. f*cking killurself for trying to sound smart on this site. go watch some russians on livejasmin.com lawl
June 24th, 2006
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lmfao!!!!!!!!!!!
June 24th, 2006
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if you REALLY wanted to get technical about it, you could say that simply opposing gravity isn't enough to give you an upward trajectory...you'll just float. but again, I'm only concerned with making it look like the opposite of the other site
June 24th, 2006
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xenontc, i agree. f*cking nerds
June 24th, 2006
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Then again, the difference between 9.8 and -9.8 is 19.6, which is double gravity; falling upward.
June 24th, 2006
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Then again, the difference between 9.8 and -9.8 is 19.6, which is double gravity; falling upward.
June 24th, 2006
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who cares, this site owns lol
June 24th, 2006
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"dude... -9.8 m/s/s *is* gravity. +9.8m/s/s is anti-gravity." No it isn't. The definition of "positive y-direction is up" is entirely arbitrary. If you define "positive y-direction is down", then negative values are up. You just need to be consistent.
June 24th, 2006
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9.8m/s either way.
June 24th, 2006
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The best thing about Toastcat? He defies gravity!
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YES I LOVE THAT CAT!
June 24th, 2006
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Fad'd.
June 24th, 2006
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NEDM
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5 for Anti-Gravity cat.
June 24th, 2006
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XD
June 24th, 2006
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"dude... -9.8 m/s/s *is* gravity. +9.8m/s/s is anti-gravity." and that is why this site gets a 1
June 24th, 2006
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it aint spped anyway it's accelleration. gg ytmnd
June 24th, 2006
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Toast makes you fly eh? *jumps off house with toast on back* *CRASH*
June 24th, 2006
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gravity is a negative form of force... es stupido!
June 24th, 2006
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lol physics
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indeed for this, use the magnitude 9.81 [m/s^2] to be safe, as the basis coordinate system is arbitrarily chosen. See, that's the point, the physics doesn't change no matter what coordinate system you choose. But still, 9.81 is just 'g', which is the ~1/r^2 gravity field const from the mass of our planet in F=GMm/r^2=gm. Anti-gravity would have to be way more complicated, hense the cat. Also toast.
June 24th, 2006
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you suck at physics
June 24th, 2006
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Like others have said, the leading sign is negligible since it depends on your reference point. In the case of these 2 YTMND's, the original used 9.8 to signify towards Earth, so the opposite (away from Earth) would be -9.8. In conclusion, you shouldn't care so much about details like this.
June 24th, 2006
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"You never hear it refered to as -9.8 m/s^2 for grav in a text book" yes, actually, you do.
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5'd for gratuitous pűssy. Also, PHYSICS FTL. I'm taking US History for summer school, not physics. I'm âucking done with hearing about frames of reference, etc. Go nerd it up somewhere else. Like on the internet with the other nerds.
June 24th, 2006
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:d
June 24th, 2006
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You could have also made this into "lol, normal force" or something.
June 24th, 2006
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5 for toast cat.
June 24th, 2006
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-2 until you change the music and PTKFGS
June 24th, 2006
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lmao ftw
June 24th, 2006
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Funny. And thank you for not referencing NEDM in any way.
July 5th, 2006
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There is no such thing as -9.8 m/s/s. Being repelled from the earth you are still going '+' 9.8, just in a different direction.
July 9th, 2006
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ehhh...this isn't "lol, anti-gravity" its "lol, floating." because gravity and the opposing force would keep you presicely where you were, rather than moving you "up" or "down". -1 for inaccuracy.
July 11th, 2006
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Look at the nerds arguing over something you learn in 9th grade Physics.
July 12th, 2006
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9.8 m/s/s ftw
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hmm, the bubble is kind of pixely BUT its still pretty sweet
July 19th, 2006
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not 9.8 but 9.81 m/s▓
July 24th, 2006
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Would be cool if the music played backwards or something.
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owned
July 27th, 2006
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you fail, please try again ^_^
July 28th, 2006
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depends on where you but your verticle axis. but normally, downward is considered negative. Damn everyone is pawning you good....
July 30th, 2006
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lol
July 31st, 2006
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nedm? fail.
July 31st, 2006
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Toasted rofles
August 1st, 2006
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-9.81 m/s▓ !
August 1st, 2006
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Bwahahahahahaha
August 8th, 2006
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-9.8 m/s/s is, to be perfectly technical, slowing down, not flying up.
August 8th, 2006
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I knew as soon as I went to view comments there would be smart asses trying to tell you how your site is physically incorrect. They're dumb.
August 13th, 2006
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LOL PHYSICS FIGHT! Though, I would have been more amused if you made it positive, to be honest. I've never done a problem where downwards acceleration was positive.
August 15th, 2006
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"dude... -9.8 m/s/s *is* gravity. +9.8m/s/s is anti-gravity."-twindizzle2009 umm dude that depends on refrence point, your correct if your refrence point is above the cat
August 15th, 2006
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Physics is pwned.
August 19th, 2006
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loving the idiots who get C- in high school physics and suddenly think they know everything. i'm a physics major, and for the record, relativity says that there is no set frame of reference and therefore g can be either positive or negative, depending on how you decide to orient it. also 1.
September 16th, 2006
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lolol physics