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Old 19th October 2008, 04:37 AM   #153
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It should have bounced I tell ya!

Originally Posted by Heiwa View Post
If a solid rubber ball bounces on solid ground (not preposterous), why would not a solid, rigid upper block/section do the same when contacting/impacting a solid, rigid lower structure? Don't the same laws of physics that you describe apply in both cases?

Thanks for not calling me a lier.

BTW - what about NIST forgetting to analyze all possible developments after an alleged impact! Professional? Incompetent?
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