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Their speed increased at fifty feet per second per second.
Accelerating, according to the general laws of physics and nature, at 32 feet per second per second, all the bloody way.
For not having achieved thirty-two feet per second per second, it made a splendid crash.
Thirtytwo feet per second per second.
Blake hit the Denver sidewalk accelerating, as would any other free-falling object, at thirty-two feet per second per second.
If we leap over a cliff, we shall be subject to a force that will accelerate us downwards at about 32 feet per second per second.
She was decelerating, lessening her speed by thirty-two point two feet per second per second, maintaining the effect of Earths gravity within her bulk.
There was the ground rushing up to meet him at 30 feet per second per second, but he would, he thought, deal with that problem when he got to it.
He calculated, and then he said, "Glorious Captain, the lowest deck of the stranger ship has centrifugal acceleration of exactly 32 feet per second per second."
This is the height to which an object rises in time t if the acceleration of gravity is 32 feet per second per second and the initial upward speed is 500 feet per second.
As surely as a falling body accelerates at 32 feet per second per second, there are truths to be acknowledged about the Sundance Film Festival, and the first Sundance of the new millennium is awash in them.
And then the dragon was in view again, moving like an arrow, moving like a shooting star, moving like something that has somehow turned a thirty-two feet per second per second plummet into an unstoppable upward swoop.
To answer this question, recall that according to Galileo's law, all objects near the Earth's surface fall with the same constant acceleration, 9.8 metres per second per second (32 feet per second per second), regardless of the object's weight.
Next he encounters a bungee jumper (accelerating at 32 feet per second per second, Mr. Phillips notes), a tramp who may in fact be a performance artist and a woman who heckles tour guides in obscure rooms of the Tate Gallery more or less full time.
Seaton clapped a hand over his heart; then, seizing his own ear, he led himself up to the switchboard and shut off the space drive, except for the practically negligible superimposed thirty-two feet per second per second which gave to the Skylark's occupants a normal gravitational force.
CHAPTER ONE The day before his flailing body met the Denver sidewalk, accelerating at thirty-two feet per second per second, William Blake lost his temper at the Los Angeles headquarters of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
That is to say, if you are in a locked laboratory with no way to examine the outside, you could not tell if you were sitting on a beach on Earth, or in the back end of a spaceship speeding up at a rate of 32.2 feet per second per second.
Einstein said that gravitation and acceleration are the same thingthere's no difference between us sitting in this car with gravity pulling us down against the seats, on the one hand, and being away from any gravitating body in a car that's accelerating upward through space at thirty-two feet per second per second, on the other hand.