I am close Falcon is a Winter Soldier– Marvel’s new show on Disney +. Don’t worry, I’m not wasting anything big. I just want to talk about the winged wings of episode 1. Sam Wilson (Falcon) is fighting people who are in a war prison. Wicked people take their captives and jump out of the plane in their wings. If you have never seen one, it is just a heavenly garment with extra features between the arms and legs to form wings – hence the name.
The guard does not have a wing cover, which is why he is tied to the back of one of the wrong players. After all, the Falcon flies in search and there are some things you are doing – see, no real hackers.
But really, this is an opportunity to talk about fun physics. Therefore, let us consider the following two questions. First: How fast can a person run with a wing cover? Two: What would happen if you had someone (bound) behind a wing jumper?
Let’s start with something simple and make it very difficult. (That’s what we like to do in physics.) Suppose you jumped into a plane and there was no air. Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. For this reason, there may be only one group that can act on you — the gravitational pull for cooperation between you and the Earth. Gravity can be calculated by being multiplied by your volume (in kilograms) and by gravity (we use g for this). As long as you are about 100 miles from Earth, gravity is about 9.8 tons per kilogram.
What does this low-gravity force do in a airless world? That is where Newton’s second law comes into play. It provides the following relationship between coercion and expulsion:
Two important notes. First, all power is speeding up with vectors. (This is why they have an arrow in their head.) This means that its size and instructions. Second, the term refers to all power (all power). Since there is only gravity, you can quickly go downhill – your speed will only increase as long as you fall. But it’s just a white fall and not the wings that fly.