The laws of physics don't care what a bullet is made of as long as it has sufficient energy. Paper shoots hole through rock, you lose, Cole.
Tairaa wrote:Density is mass by volume, so I wouldn't think so, but I've been wrong before.
I would think being hit by a paper ball going 2,000 feet per second would hurt a lot more than something playfully lobbed at me.
Tornados have been known to drive a piece of straw thru a 2x4!
You would think it would be impossible to drive a sewing common straight pin thru a penny, because it will just bend, unless you know how to fool the physics involved. So don't say things are impossible too quickly.
No fooling of physics involved at all. A bullet is less sharp then a needle, it's about momentum and impact area among a whole bunch of other things, it may appear that the physics have been fooled, but only you're perception and understanding of the underlying physics is fool-able.
I don't recall any straw through telephone poles at the WTC site.
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