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  1. "I wish to re-emphasize that none of our test objects in these experiments with melons and skulls ever jumped or fell off the stand AWAY from the shooter." -- J.K. Lattimer Let's verify this with actual shots to human heads, shall we? ========================= Sniper Shot Barret M107 4:15" ================================ Real Sniper Shot - Better than American Sniper 1:10" ================================ Young Iraqi shot by sniper ISIS - Graphics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekzXxjfobAE 0:35" ================================ FSA Rebel Killed By SAA Sniper 1:00" ================================ FSA Soldier takes a clean headshot Bullet penetrate and hits another one 0:20" ================================ Sniper Rifle Ballistic Test! | Zombie Go Boom 0:20"
  2. What happens when an irresistible force meets an unmovable object? Well, it depends. The red arrow is the resultant vector. Accountants will recognize it as the bottom line. It is the final result after all the affecting forces are added. The simplest case is Case 2. A person is shot in the abdomen. The absence of vector denotes that the subject did not move. Imagine a red arrow of length 0 and therefore the angle is undefined. Due to the presence of a hard cranium, most shots in the head belong to Case No. 1. See five examples here in all their gory glory: http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=22351&p=316489 This case is equivalent to a person being hit by a bus. The poor sap flies away in the same direction as the bus. Notice how the bullet and the vector combine their strengths. Case 3 is a toughie. For starters: (•) Is is extremely rare. (•) It is extremely weak (notice the tiny red vector). Think salmons swimming upstream. (•) It depends on an enclosed chamber in order to prosper.
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