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Old August 27th 13, 01:36 PM
Elassoto Elassoto is offline
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Default Fundamental Questions

Can someone answer a couple of simple physics questions?

When you are going up at a steady rate in an elevator, do you weigh more?

If you are at a high altitude, for example the top of Mt. Everest, do you weigh less?

Would you weigh less at the top of the Burj Khalifa (world's tallest building)?

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