Terminal Velocity is the constant speed that a freely falling object eventually reaches when the resistance of the medium through which it is falling prevents further acceleration.
When Terminal Velocity is reached, as the Falling Body continues to accelerate due to gravitation, it spins (kinetic energy) due to the Gravitational Potential Energy that is greater than the drag from air resistance.
Magnetic Permeability influences the amount of induced charge on the Falling Body, it’s rate of spin and acceleration, as it moves through Earth’s magnetic field.
How is air density (resistance) proportional to gravitational acceleration?
The increased gravitational potential energy, greater than the air resistance that opposes the mass and surface area of the Falling Body, is converted into heat and spin.
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