What do you get when you cross an owl and a bungee cord?
My *** is the answer if you are referring to the joke on Kung Pow.
an electric owl that will kill every 1
No, a bungee cord cannot be used as a force meter because the elasticity of a bungee cord is not that much, compared to a force meter.
Yes, as the bungee cord gets longer, the bounce height will become greater. The object attached to the bungee cord will fall longer before being snapped back up by the bungee cord, and in turn the object will bounce higher before being pulled back down by the bungee cord.
An elastic cord, sometimes used for "Bungee jumping", and smaller versions are used for securing loads in truck beds.
skydiving, the bungee cord is not prone to breaking
the cord can snap
Yes, they are a lot better because regular google straps can snap easily because they are plastic. Bungee cord goggle straps are better because they cant snap and are really easy to loosen and tighten! Now, I always use bungee cord straps for swimming!
A metal trash can with a bungee cord holding the lid on. If they can get the can laying on its side they can sometimes get the lid slid to the side and still get in. To solve this shorten up the bungee cord by tying knots in the cord or loop the cord several times around the handle on the lid. The main thing is to get the cord as tight as possible.
A man bungee jumps off a bridge and is brought to a rest by the stretched bungee cord this is an example of the following?
long time, small force
When you cross an owl and a lion you get an owl faced lion
I own a banshee bungee cord which is a bungee cord that slingshots you into the ocean the rubber cord broke in half how can i mend it back together?
Buy a new one. A mended rubber cord will *NEVER* have the strength of the original. Buy a new one, before you hurt yourself or someone else. send me a pic so i can see what you mean i might be able to help you
Silk fibers, there very strong nigha
Depends on the clearance below. But yes, if there's a natural limit to how far the drop can safely be, then the length of the bungee has to adjusted according to jumper's weight - as the bungee will stretch more for a heavier person.
because the cord will snap and they will plunge to their death.
So you don't die.
When bungee jumping, people go head first because the bungee cord is attached to their feet, and if they reamined in an upright position until they reached the end of the cord, it would flip them upside down with a very large amount of force. This would create a painful whiplash and greatly increase the risk of injury to the jumper, especially in to their spine.
Potential long time, small force
Only if you tie the cord to your hair before jumping.
no he didnt. i work at whistler bungee and i was the one helping him. he was screaming because the cord was wrapped around his leg. I think he might have pee'd in his pants.
Bungee jumpers use ropes that have small values of the force constant because they want maximum stretching for their cords to preserve as much energy as possible from their initial fall. The units of force constant are N/m. On a bungee cord, you would like the stretch to takes as little force as possible per meter of cord.
Try a large hose clamp or small bungee cord to hold it down
Moving straps have thick bands and are not stretchable, they usually have a belt type tightener. A bungee cord has hooks at the end and is stretchy for pulling things tight.
When a bungee is stretched, the elastic wants to contract. This is in the form of potential energy, much in the same way a weight held above the ground has potential energy.
Following a very diligent search of the Internet, (all 3 seconds of it). It seems that extra strong bungee straps are no longer made. This is because of the complaints of Chandelier Makers, and the damage being done to their works of art. Also helping the downfall of extra strong bungee cord were Wardrobe Makers, who were getting tired of replacing bent door hinges and polishing out stiletto heel scratches.
there is a bungee jumpng location in point pleasant and you jump off a diving board in a pool and the board is 7 feet high and the cord is 20 feet so u cant die
If the bungee cord gets longer what force will make you bounce higher and why will you bounce higher?
gravity will make you bounce higher because as cord gets longer the more force it will take to move it.
I would suspect that a wolf owl is some sort of hybrid cross between a wolf and an owl, there is however no proof of such cross breeding ever occurring in the natural world.
Bungee cords are made. Usually, depending on where you live. By aspecialist who specifies in bungee cords. There are 2 types of modern day cords. Spec cords and the NZ cord. Spec cords are a military type of cord and only stretch to twice there length. Meaning if you want to jump 20', you need a 10' spec cord. Also spec cords are not very forgiving. Usually the sheath that surrounds the rubber in the… Read More
The only two I know of are (Northern) Spotted Owl and Barred Owl. They create the Sparred Owl.
A bungee cord begins to exert an upward force on a falling bungee jumperWhere did all the energy go?
The energy didn't "go" anywhere. It gets its energy from someone letting it go. It all depends on how much force you put on it.
Securing loads in or on trucks. Sometimes people tie one end of very long bungee cords to bridges, and the other end to their leg, and then jump from the bridge. MOST times the bungee cord, stretched to its maximum, flexes back, saving the person from certain doom. And this is called "Bungee jumping". But, as this is a human exercise, sometimes it all ends SO tragically.
If you use a steel cable instead of a bungee cord to jump off a bridge, then you would hit the end of the cable at a greater impact than you would with something made of elastic which forces your back up at the end or point of impact. It is all about BOUNCING!
No. It could be extremely dangerous and lead to injury or even death.
Its about something other than sports, go post to the literature section. Good grief.
Simply use a bungee cord. ----------------------------------------- Make sure its not higher than 4 feet or so.
It depends on your mass, the strength and elasticity of the cord. Of course you must also remember to hold on tightly and ensure the other end is secured.
rotational motion is a motion that moves up and down. Like a bungee cord. Biong, Biong.LOL
Release the projectile at a 45 degree angle.
Put Transmission and Transfer in Neutral bungee cord the steering wheel for proper tracking and hit the road.
Yes, e.g. gravity, mass, wind-resistance, elasticity, kinetic energy, thermal energy, periodic motion (pendulum) etc. More details: At the top of the bungee jump there is gravitational potential energy. As the bungee jumper falls, he gains kinetic energy. During the fall, energy is wasted as heat (thermal energy). As the bungee cord is stretched, it gains elastic potential energy.
any car can hold a surfboard if you either have a bungee cord or a roof rack I think the answer your lokking for is a Woody
Yes. The farther down gravity pulls you the farther you'll go back up.
You will need some tyre tubes then you cut then up into thin strips of bungee cord [remember to keep 1 tyre to put around the persons waist]. When you have the thin strips you attach it together and put it round a pole or a tree or something
Pearls of wisdom
Potential energy is all about height. The higher the object the more potential energy. So the higher you start the farther you will stretch the cord
A hootenanny Nothing as it is not genetically possible.
Walrus and a owl