19 years ago
Now I have a question that only a real scientific mind can answer and
these jimmycrackloudmouths on the Internet. The question I am going
to ask is that the question is probably more profound than what the
is. So please do not dive into this question.
Question: I notice that my BB airguns have but a small cylinder that
the pumped compressed air. Just a small cylinder that shoots a BB at
close to 800 fps. The maximum a slingshot can do is 300 fps. So I look
these two reservoirs of energy of a small cylinder with compressed air
and a slingshot of its large elastic. And I wonder, why is compressed
in such a small cylinder have so much more force than this large
So the question is Elastic X factor = Air. What is the physical
as to why elastic always falls short of compressed air?
Can we equate compressed air to EM elastic and is the answer have
something to do with the fact that EM elastic has cancelling energy
whereas the compressed air has little to none cancelling energy
and can focus the energy on the BB.
Archimedes Plutonium, a firstname.lastname@example.org
whole entire Universe is just one big atom where dots
of the electron-dot-cloud are galaxies