jew_goldstein · 1 points ·
bua chaval eso con franco no pasaba!

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jew_goldstein · OP · 1 points ·
he crashed in this car

jew_goldstein · OP · 2 points ·
www.youtube.com/watch?v=ngNSnGsAWgQ cars are designed to be soft in the front in case of collision.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/gcsebitesize/science/add_ocr_gateway/forces/crumplezonesrev3.shtml

Car safety features

When there is a car crash, the car, its contents and the passengers decelerate rapidly. They experience great forces because of the change in momentum, which can cause injury.
Modern cars also have safety features that absorb kinetic energy in collisions. These typically include:
Seat belts
Air bags
Crumple zones

These features reduce injuries to the people in the car by absorbing energy when they change shape. They increase the time taken for the change in momentum on the occupants' bodies, reducing the forces involved and injuries.

Seat belts
Seat belts stop you tumbling around inside the car if there is a collision. However, they are designed to stretch a bit in a collision. This increases the time taken for the body's momentum to reach zero, so reduces the forces on it.

Air bags

Air bags increase the time taken for the head's momentum to reach zero, so reduce the forces on it. They also act a soft cushion and prevent cuts.

Crumple zones

Crumple zones are areas of a vehicle that are designed to crush in a controlled way in a collision. They increase the time taken to change the momentum in a crash, which reduces the force involved.

jew_goldstein · OP · 4 points ·
zerohedge .com/news/2017-08-12/police-helicopter-crashes-charlottesville-near-unite-right-rally

and why the helicopter crash? the heli had The helicopter had video of the facts but it crash, how strange

jew_goldstein · OP · 4 points ·


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www.youtube .com/watch?v=IzZb6kfctEU&t=0s

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