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Friday Flashback - Potato Cannon Math

09/16/2022 8:23 AM

From my old CR4 bookmarks:

Comparing the energy delivered by a potato and a bullet. Mixing education with fire and explosions. That is what makes a good CR4 posting.

CLICK HERE FOR AUGUST 2009 POTATO CANNON THREAD

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Re: Friday Flashback - Potato Cannon Math

09/17/2022 10:58 AM

Is it safe to assume that the potato was... pressure cooked or just roasted? S.M.

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Re: Friday Flashback - Potato Cannon Math

09/19/2022 11:07 AM

Self-mashing on impact, probably.

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