Gun is fired at Physicist Beneath Water so he can portray water resistance

It has been a well known fact that the density of water is a lot more compared to air – by exactly 784 times. This knowledge has existed from the Euler days, 200 and more years back.

A television program in Norway, NRK Viten is committed to ‘research and explosions,’  and Andreas Wahl, a scientist, is practically placing himself in the line of fire from a gun to illustrate what the variation in density can portray, in practical terms.

Wahl situated himself beneath water in a pool and tugging on a string, fired a gun which was close, targeting his chest; the bullet’s trajectory was filmed in slow motion.



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