Aristotle during the Greek days was considered a master; he proclaimed “heavier objects will fall faster”.
Galileo later was to say an assumption, accepted as valid today, “all objects accelerate at the same rate regardless of what they weigh”.
Sir Isaac Newton expanded upon this notion, and developed his theory of gravitation and the three laws of motion.
Albert Einstein had an ingenious mind; he stated “gravity is a distortion in the geometry of space and time”.
Lloyd Zirbes after years of tests contends, “all objects do not accelerate at the same rate my friends”.
— Jason Major (@JPMajor) May 21, 2020
Defying gravity… pic.twitter.com/2jnT1TVoMh
— Physics-astronomy.org (@OrgPhysics) August 24, 2019
"Oops, my paw slipped. Sorry." <- Sure would be a shame if someone were to destroy that nice, new phone. Now about that can of tuna. pic.twitter.com/hx2Qvjopmf
— Fluff Society (@FluffSociety) December 8, 2018
Sand marble racing is so intense to watch
Jelle's Marble Runs pic.twitter.com/p9wN9LiRTO
— Physics & Astronomy Zone (@ZonePhysics) December 20, 2018
High diving is the act of diving into water from relatively great heights. Rick Charls succeded in diving 52.4 m at Sea World on the show Wide World of Sports, 1983. Apparently, no one has ever jumped this high without injury https://t.co/xawwSU5o9h pic.twitter.com/5ZO2tL7M7n
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) June 29, 2018
quad backflip https://t.co/ITUzA07xNd
— XAVIER KATANA (@xavierkatana) May 19, 2020
"Zhangjiajie bungee jump", 260 meters high , you dare not? pic.twitter.com/z2y1AY6o3Y
— travel (@wfun_games) January 19, 2019
Are you brave enough to try this? pic.twitter.com/QlUiWYfdyt
— Dr. Kash Sirinanda (@kashthefuturist) January 21, 2019
There's a point where the velocity is null due the pull of the rope. This is when Damien Walters lets go and executes an unsecured hold & release bungee jump https://t.co/G53y1r3Qbl | https://t.co/5cAtE1iAbL pic.twitter.com/TbKcMXc7EQ
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) September 8, 2018
This guy jumping into a shallow pool. pic.twitter.com/pDANO8lVPa
— The Human Experience (@thehumanxp) July 13, 2018
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) November 1, 2018
Landscaper underestimating his job. pic.twitter.com/opwBjdDtVL
— Xavier Katana (@xavierkatana) December 24, 2017
Sometimes your taken for a ride . . .
The longest ski jump ever (832 ft) pic.twitter.com/iQwf3j9B2e
— The Human Experience Podcast (@zerogravityhxp) February 18, 2020
— Physics & Astronomy Zone (@ZonePhysics) December 22, 2018
— DEW (@FallingBodies) February 2, 2020
There was an attempt https://t.co/EylVAUJ2TQ
— XAVIER KATANA (@xavierkatana) May 17, 2020
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) February 23, 2019
— Enez Özen (@enezozenreal) May 24, 2020
These frozen pants just nailed the landing! pic.twitter.com/PfoNvV0urC
— Gaml .y (@m_yosry2012) February 1, 2019
Comparison of speeds of a ball on different slopes pic.twitter.com/HKlYzPmSln
— Xavier Katana (@xavierkatana) January 15, 2018
This trick shot team’s record-setting, 200-meter / 660-foot free throw from a cliff took 6 days to pull off, but the Magnus effect finds a further application https://t.co/VXpx1EhBMu pic.twitter.com/EmzAxKexiR
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) January 23, 2018
Buenos días amig@s.
— Alexandro B (@AlexandroB14) September 21, 2018
Over the chute pic.twitter.com/eQTLF4ujwz
— Xavier Katana (@xavierkatana) January 26, 2018
ｰ A Happy New Year ｰ
I hope that everyone's 2019 will be a peaceful year, wrapped in a smile and wrapped in happiness.
— Junko (@dct_ihjc) December 31, 2018
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) February 12, 2018
This guy's Golf trick shots are a bit…..different. pic.twitter.com/j7ctailfat
— The Human Experience Podcast (@thehumanxp) July 8, 2018
— Emy Nerissa (@NerissaaEmy) February 1, 2019
This is really cool.. but, you'll have to wait for it.https://t.co/AVc8MHmwaV
— Kevin W (@kwilli1046) December 29, 2018
— Massimo (@Rainmaker1973) June 17, 2018
Can't stop watching this!! pic.twitter.com/WdWqbypuyj
— Physics & Astronomy Zone (@ZonePhysics) September 21, 2018
That's quite satisfying pic.twitter.com/oCXMYBcYOf
— Space Explorer Mike (@MichaelGalanin) March 22, 2019
— Physics-astronomy.org (@OrgPhysics) October 20, 2019