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There is much confusion over the origins of the modern Newton's cradle.
For example, the Newton's cradle has eight suspended balls, and there are five birds on the cover.
He reached across the desk and caught hold of one of those Newton's cradle things.
One of the classic office toy is Newton's cradle.
Before his career in film, he was a sculptor and the first to create a chrome Newton's cradle.
So I thought we could do something based on the Newton's cradle."
Janine his Newton's cradle, "in the sure and certain knowledge that it will drive her absolutely nuts."
Replies: Yes, a relativistic "Newton's cradle" would be subject to the speed of light.
But in a real Newton's cradle the fourth ball swings out as far as the fifth ball.
Newton's cradle, a desk toy designed by Simon Prebble, demonstrates the conservation of momentum and energy.
While a Chairman was speaking, Oliver noticed a Newton's cradle mysteriously swinging, which suddenly stopped.
Newton's cradle can be modeled with simple physics and minor errors if it is incorrectly assumed the balls always collide in pairs.
The idea of depicting a giant Newton's cradle was born out of discussions between Syme and Portnoy.
This phenomenon is demonstrated by Newton's cradle, one of the best known examples of conservation of momentum, a real life example of this special case.
Ryan comforts Janine when she only gets a Newton's cradle in Archie's will but she says she is not finished.
Newton's cradle, named after Sir Isaac Newton, is a device that demonstrates conservation of momentum and energy via a series of swinging spheres.
Tim Mooney Chris, Just as a Newton's cradle runs for less time in water, I expect it would run quite a bit longer in a vacuum.
Inspiration for Creatorverse, including the logo, originates from the popular device Newton's cradle which demonstrates conservation of momentum and energy via a series of swinging spheres.
A typical Newton's cradle consists of a series of identically sized metal balls suspended in a metal frame so that they are just touching each other at rest.
Small steel balls work well because they remain efficiently elastic (less heat loss) under strong strikes and hardly compress (up to about 30 m in a small Newton's cradle).
However, in early 1967, an English actor, Simon Prebble, coined the name "Newton's cradle" (now used generically) for the wooden version manufactured by his company, Scientific Demonstrations Ltd.
A manual pick gun (or Snap gun) is used in a similar way but usually has a trigger that creates a movement which (like bump keys) operates on the same principle as Newton's cradle.
The force of the blow is carried down the length of the key and (operating as does a Newton's Cradle) will force the top pins only to jump above the shear line leaving the bottom pins in place.
The resulting impact (much like a Newton's cradle) moves the carrier to the rear withdrawing the wedge and both rollers as they are cammed inward and out of their sockets by fixed cams, unlocking the bolt head.
During the section Miranda learned of Isaac Newton and his work of gravity and of the solar system, as apples float and orbit the stage, Propero is at a telescope and three performers create a giant Newton's cradle.
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