This is one of my jobs. When there is something that happens, I have to do an analysis—the internet needs me. In this case, it’s a hit between Draymond Green and LeBron James. Was it a hit, or did LeBron flop? I’m not the judge, I’m just going to present evidence. Collisions When an object interacts with another object (with zero external forces), this is called a collision. Here are some important physics ideas about collisions. When two objects collide, there is a force. Object 1 pushes on Object 2 with an equal magnitude force (but in an opposite direction). This is just part of the nature of forces. A net force changes the momentum of an object. The change in momentum depends on both the
Monday was a big day for the 2016 Chicago Cubs. President Obama welcomed them to the White House to celebrate their World Series victory, just days before he’ll be leaving office. In the speech he gave commemorating the visit, President Obama made a point to call out the many Cubs who made a difference to the team during the regular season and the postseason.
Decoding Linehan There is an old story in the hockey world about the Edmonton Oilers dynasty. When they were just starting out together as a group of kids, they had to climb their way to the top of the league. Sitting at the top was the old dynasty, the New York Islanders, who were winning their fourth straight title at the expense of Wayne Gretzky and those kids from Edmonton in the 1983 Stanley Cup Finals. The young Oilers were disappointed that they hadn't quite figured things out in losing to the old Islanders, but they knew they were close. That idea was cemented in their heads when they walked by the winners' dressing room and didn't see a celebration, but rather 20 exhausted guys with