A Falling Bullet can kill a Person | उड़ती गोली का गणित

The weight and the shape of a falling object determine how dangerous it could be to a human. If you were to drop a coin weighing 3.5 grams from a height of two kilometres, it would accelerate to a maximum speed of 150km/h. air resistance would prevent it from travelling any faster and it would barely harm a human on the ground. Shooting a bullet high into the air would be an entirely different story. The 10-gram bullet would fly up to two kilometres into the air before turning around and beginning to fall again. During the descent it would reach about 500km/h and could shatter a person’s bones.

It happens more often than you’d think, in the Greater Los Angeles area alone, 38 people died as a result of falling bullets from gun salutes from 1985 to 1992.

उड़ती गोली का गणित

हवा में मारी गई गोली कई बार आपको ही निशाना बना लेती है, वैज्ञानिक तौर पर इसकी वजह ऊपर लिखी है, और व्यावहारिक ज्ञान की कसौटी पर भी ये बात सच है। हर इंसान को कर्म का प्रतिफल मिलता है। इसलिए गोली बंदूक से चले या ज़ुबान से उसकी दिशा और निशाना सोच समझकर तय करना चाहिए। निशाना उचित होगा तो गोली शत्रुहंता बनेगी।


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