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Thursday, 10 July 2014

And now for something completely familiar...

Gonna try to have something up within next couple'a days.

But in the meantime... it seems to me that a momentary hard press-and-release of car brakes right before a speed-bump, with the right pump-measurement and at the exactly right time, will allow a car to gracefully swoop over the speed-bump at any speed and not feel a thing, as if it wasn't there at all. Maybe a vehicle has a velocity at which it will fall apart while doing so, but until then, the maneuver seems like anti-resistance that thoroughly erases the value and presence of the cement-mound. Course, not all speed-bumps are made equal.

Something to do with centrifugal force? I wouldn't know.



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