If a stone is dropped from a balloon on a still day, does the stone fall directly below the balloon, or to the west or east of it?
(In reply to re(2): My thoughts
(Will perplexus reimburse me for the cost of the ride ?)
Had you done this in vacua (spelling - long since I used the word) it
would have been the same a that famous experiment where a feather and
stone dropped straight down. Wouldn't then have mattered how high
or what density the object dropped.
Talik to Albert. Who? The man with the violin.
Posted by brianjn
on 2005-07-08 06:44:47