> Water taking the weight away would kinda take the point out of
> concrete shoes, surely.
We're not saying things become wieghtless, the mass remains the same, and the weight is reduced.
And an average person doesnt have the strength to swim with concrete shoes, even if they are in water.
Please, stop making your self look dumb. Go to school.
>its a bit like space where there is no gravity
Water taking the weight away would kinda take the point out of concrete shoes, surely.
> People are very different from weights, weights for example metal ones
> would retain a lot of their weight underwater, due to their density.
> People on the other hand are mostly water themselves and contain air
> so it has a different effect.
Also things such as surface coverage would have an impact.
Think about dropping a piece of paper into a swimming pool and then dropping a pea that weighs the same as the paper.
It's likely that the paper will float and the pea will slowly sink.
And now I'm off to bed, so, toodles.
Anysway, Bruce Lee told us to BE the water...
> Why are you laughing, he's right....
> You've never lifted someone up under water?? its easier because the
> water underneath disperces the weight..
> Look on google, if you still want to laugh.
Thanks for agreeing! You can lift alot of heavy things under water that you wouldnt be able to budge on land, its a bit like space where there is no gravity, astronauts can lift things that weigh tonnes but to them its as light as a feather!
> Chavez XVI wrote:
> If you lifted weights under water it would be very very easy, water
> takes all weight away,
Why are you laughing, he's right....
You've never lifted someone up under water?? its easier because the water underneath disperces the weight..
Look on google, if you still want to laugh.