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Falling Faster Than g

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Published on Jun 8, 2010

A hinged board rotates under the force of gravity and the free end accelerates at a rate faster than g. This board is 1 meter long and starts at an initial angle of just under 35 degrees. A steel ball bearing sits on a golf tee about 2 cm above the end of the board.

For more information on this setup see http://sciencedemonstrations.fas.harv...

Thanks to Rob for letting us use the camera.

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