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A Car Jumping Off a Moving Ramp

Check this out.

I saw this first on Twitter, but the above video seems to be from the creator. Yes, it’s a 3D model. Very impressive.

But here’s the question: what would it be like for a car jumping with a moving ramp? That’s a fun question — since I’m not quite sure of the answer. Let’s…




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Rhett Allain

Rhett Allain

Physics faculty, science blogger of all things geek. Technical Consultant for CBS MacGyver and MythBusters. WIRED blogger.

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