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Ray’s Final Challenge
“Okay Sam,” I said as we hiked across the island to Guin’s house, “how can you throw a ball as hard as you can and have it come back to you without bouncing off anything, attaching anything to it, or having someone catch it and throw it back?”
Sam pondered that for a while as we walked in the sun. We had just caught sight of Guin’s house when he said, “Ah! Got it!”
Throw the ball straight up in the air and it will return to you!
throw it vertically in the air
Throw it straight up in the air
throw it straight up!
Throw it up
You could throw it straight up into the air and catch it when it comes back down.
Throw straight up
Throw the ball, as hard as you can, straight up. Gravity does the rest.
Throw it up and gravity will take it back to you. =)
Throw it straight up in the air and wait for it to return.
throw it straight up, gravity will return it to you
Throw the ball straight up.
Or, alternatively, throw it fast enough that you can circle the earth once, but that’s less than feasible and involves some fashion of superhuman strength.
For that matter, you could also throw it up a hill or a river, so that either it rolls back down or water carries it back to you, but both of those could be arguably missing the point.
throw the ball straight up in the air. gravity will ensure that it comes back to you (as long as you throw it absolutely vertical, and there is no wind!)
Throw it straight up into the air.
be in space
Throw it straight up in the air.
Gravity – throw it straight up in the air
Throw it up into the air.
Throw it straight up.
Throw it up vertically!
Throw the ball as hard as you can directly upwards. If your throw does not break through the atmosphere and into the influence of another planet (you big show-off) then it will fall back down to you by gravity.
Throw the ball straight up. As long as you are somewhere with enough gravity (like the Earth with it’s 9.8 metres per second squared), the ball will return to you.
There’s science in that! I like science.
Have a lovely day!
I think I would throw it right up into the air and wait for it to fall down right into my hands
You throw the ball into the wind.
Throw it straight up into the air
You lay down and throw it up in the air.
Or, you know… you don’t have to lay down… you can just toss it up.
Throw it straight up.
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