Wednesday, 19 June 2013

I have a new fiscal question. Yes, that is a joke. Of course I mean physics.
Okay. I am carrying a glass of water over the family golden retriever Emi. The glass slips from my hand. (that's usually the case - if something's gonna fall in the household, it falls on Emi.) Because the glass is heavier than the water, even though certain attraction between the glass and water holds, not all of the water is IN the glass at is hits Emi's butt. Some of the watter falls micromoments later, thus creating a vibration rather than singular impact. How do you measure the ration between the two, considering viscosity of water and proximity of Emi's butt - which varies as the impact moves it up and down for a short while, obviously.