'BTW Some people say there is a strong correlation beteween the size
of ones feet and the size of ones......'
Could it be nose?
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Subject: Re: G forces and pushing
Author: <jarrid_gross(at)juno.com> at INTERNET
Date: 10/14/97 2:28 AM
On Tue, 14 Oct 1997 15:55:45 +1000 Anthony Robinson wrote
>They say that they started out slowly turning constantly to trace a
>diameter circle gradually builing up speed until either the car
>stay on the road or wouldn't go any faster.
>They stated that the top speed was 48 mph true in third gear when the
>was not sliding out but wouldn't go any faster. They said that perhaps
>4.22 diff could have given them a better top speed.
>the whole report is still available and tagged at the 1959-68 web
In lieu of the calculation before given us in the previous post,
and verification of Gs .77g=(7.58 ms^2 / 9.8 ms^2 "1 g") and the
alledged 200 foot diam, I have deduced that the radius prescribed by
the the testers used the English "imperial" feet method to mark the
Since some poor king's foot was used as the model for this standard
"monarchs name escapes me now", I have concluded through solid
scientific means that this poor kings feet were appoximately 31 U.S.
BTW Some people say there is a strong correlation beteween the
size of ones feet and the size of ones......
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