"The 22-year-old suffered a fractured collar bone and massive bruising after plunging into a crocodile-infested river more than 100m below."
>1.) A fall from 30 feet will result in a velocity of roughly 44 ft/s = 30 mph.
>2.) A fall from 100 feet will result in a velocity of roughly 80 ft/s = 54 mph.
>3.) A fall from 150 feet will result in a velocity of roughly 97 ft/s = 66 mph.
>4.) A fall from 250 feet will result in a velocity of roughly 125 ft/s = 85 mph.
30 mph is enough to kill someone but it will still depend on how you fall and how sodft the water is, of course
I 've jumped off a 75 foot cliff. one sec for calculator... Thats over 8 meters, over 20, around 25 if i remember how many feet are in a meter correctly.. dont quote me.
>mfw i had to use a calculator for 75/3
When there's air mixed in it. Pic related.
Does anybody have that creepy russian webm/flash with the pig face?
>how sodft the water
>44 ft/s from 30ft
it takes approximately 1 second to fall from 2 meters but of course time will decrease as velocity increases
I'm not sure if it would have counted in ops pic. that bungie snapped as it slowed her mid air. assuming she was slowed down enough by the bungie, and the fact that it took her 3.5 seconds to hit the water, she could have fell about a max of 10m (30ft). she could have been travelling 15mph which landing on her head could have knocked her unconscious.
who's got that kind of time
lifes too... short.
OP here, just took a shit and a shower, smoked a bowl and lo and behold my thread still be up. Y'all are great.
Nope. I'm saying that if you're chillin' in a pool and you decide to smack the water as hard and fast as you can, it can bruise you. The damage increases exponentially with speed. Hitting the water fast enough could be worse than jumping off a 40 story roof.
use one of these and you could jump a mile into water