No. He died from a ruptured appendix.
No, a bullet travels much faster than a snake could react. Besides, the bullet would probably tear the head off the snake.
No, it's not. Myth Busters actually busted that myth before (:
WRONG, you may die but theoratically you can catch the bullet due to it not travelling as fast as light, problem is that if you go to grab it you would be shot due to the velocity unless your hand travelled away at a velocity slightly less so you would catch it, dont try though
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No. Nobody would dare fire at him, incase it reflected off him and killed them.
He caught it using his mouth, he catched it right in between his teeth!
The answer has two parts - 1. Why do you want it to spin: It allows the bullet to be more accurate and travel further. The bullet spins for the same reason that football players spin a football when they throw it. 2. Why does it spin (How do you make it spin): Inside the barrel are grooves (rifling) that catch part of the lead of the bullet and spin it like bolt spins when you put it into a nut.
It's not a measurement- it's a high speed camera.Indirect MeasurementActually, it is a measurement to catch a photogragh of a bullet. It would be direct measurement to be precise.
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No. Trying to do so will get you killed. Bad idea. REALLY bad idea.
Yes, but it takes a special camera and lights to catch an image of something moving THAT fast. Go to Google Images, search for "bullet in flight" and there are hundreds of photos.
Don't even try it, its a magic trick (when shot out of a gun). You could toss an already fired bullet from your hand, up into the air, THEN catch it with your teeth, more or less safely, BUT if you swallow it, or it goes down the trachea, you will need medical assistance (either to avoid lead poisoning if you swallow it, or a doctor retrieval if it goes down your windpipe).
If it is deep, it will require surgery to get the bullet out.If it is deep, it will require surgery to get the bullet out.If it is deep, it will require surgery to get the bullet out.If it is deep, it will require surgery to get the bullet out.
None. A bullet is a bullet, regardless of what material it's made from.
Little bullet: Bullet BillBig Bullet: Banzai BillGiant Bullet: King Bill
Rifle and bullet (The bullet is dependent on the rifle to accomplish its purpose)
A supersonic bullet is a bullet that is faster than the speed of sound.
This is impossible for a human to do. You would have to move at such a speed that the velocity of the bullet would no longer be a threat. Difficult to explain, however you would have to be able to move faster than the bullet. If you could move faster than the bullet, you would have to hit it from the correct angle to change its course. Almost like kicking it away from a 45 or 90 degree angle. If you have ever tried to swat a fly, you have to be faster than the fly. You must be faster than a bullet. Mythbusters, a television show on the Discovery Network in the US, has done this with trying to swat a bullet away. They used a robot to attempt to swat bullets and even to catch them in the teeth. There was just no way that the human body can react that fast. They were able to demonstrate that it is fully possible to catch an arrow shot at one, but even this was a pretty low success rate.
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There's no such thing as a "cow bullet." A bullet is a bullet, and it's purpose is for only one thing: to kill.
Timing issues like that are a good way to injure yourself or others.