It’s not your final speed that kills you, it’s the force of your sudden change of momentum.

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It’s not your final speed that kills you, it’s the force of your sudden change of momentum.

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funny

Force equals mass times the rate of change of velocity with respect to the change in temperature?

Yeah man, those Kelvins are brutal.

Change in velocity divided by change in "temperature" (which should've been time).

Your "with respect to the change" would require a differential.

lol guys the bigger the acceleration = the bigger velocity = the bigger force = the more dmg on you.

So its not the Force that matters but your speed. If your speed is too slow then you win not die cause the Force will be small. But If your speed is fast then Death will occur. F = a x m (where a is acceleration and m is mass)

Power on the other hadn is P = V x F so again the power will be small if the velocity is small. And because the equation for Velocity is V = Vo + a*t (a = acceleration and t is period) that means if acceleration is small then Velocity is small and so Force is small too. So if Acceleration is small then you will not have big velociy thus you will survive. F = a * m AND P = V * F hence P = Vo +a*t*a*m (its all about the speed :))

Speed kills end of story.