• IN 1953 DUE TO HIGH SPEED THE F-11
FIGHTER SHOT ITSELF BECAUSE IT WAS
FASTER THAN IT'S OWN BULLET.
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    • It shot at high elevation. Descended to lower elevation. Bullets fell and hit plane. It’s a true event so stfu
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    • Anyone else remember the last 3 times this was featured and the comment section became an absolute war zone until someone copied the drawing showing it or the foretold arrival of the info checker put an end to the argument
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    • Everytime this is featured the comments are filled with people saying it's fake. The plane was flying, shot, then sped up and flew downwards some. Air resistance slowed the shot down and the plane and the shot collided.
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    • Took this from @peeo
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    • Bring out the diagram!
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    • someone post the diagram
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    • Can we get 11 F’s in the chat?
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    • Fun Fact: It shot its gun below itself, then descended. Hitting itself. I think idk
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    • This actually happened. Just saying.
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    • Retards acting like they’ve been studying physics for 10 years
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    • Wheres the fucking diagram. I know someone here has it
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    • Oh great, here we go again
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    • Mr__Noon 4 jul
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    • Ok that’s cool but how do I change the color of my campfire?
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    • Popular opinion: Just because you add a caption to a previous feature doesn't mean it needs to be featured again
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    • When the world needed infochecker the most, he vanished
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    • Speed I am speed
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    • All I'm seeing is a bunch of retards who think that momentum never slows down
      sirrags 4 jul
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    • Shot at high elevation then descended is most likely, or maybe also shot then sped up?
      Mazin009 5 jul
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    • "it's"
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    • But... Bullet already moving... Added force... Wat?
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    • It's true. I was a crow minding my own business and I see that plane acting all weird and shit wondering the fuck was going on.
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    • Wouldn’t the bullets take its normal exit velocity PLUS the velocity of the plane?
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    • Anyone has the diagram which supports this
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    • Can someone edit the photo and reverse it to where the guy with the gun is in front
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    • I WAS MADE TO FUCKING SUFFER
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    • Wow
      Zazery25 4 jul
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    • aha plane do be goin fast doe
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    • GuYs ItS nOt TrUe
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    • Not in a straight line.
      wymondo 4 jul
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    • At most they'd have run into the bullets after they decelerated.
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    • With my understanding of physics that would only be possible if the aircraft accelerated
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    • That's not how physics works
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    • How slow were the bullets??
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    • Posts like this keep getting debunked and explained over and over but people still post the contextless half-truth posts anyway
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    • Karens on Facebook after reading this with no attempt to verify how true it is😲😲😲
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    • Actually no, he shot, dove, and pulled up, and the bullets hit him, so you were half right
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    • Wouldn't that only work if it's accelerating very quickly
      punnup 4 jul
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    • InfoChecker Please help
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    • If that were true the bullet would never have left the chamber. It would need to be going faster than the jet to be launched out
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    • That's not how physics works tho wtf. Unless he nose dived after he shot the bullet upwards idk
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    • Fake and gay
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    • That fact isnt even true
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    • Not how physics works
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    • Umm your research is wrong. It was in 1956. My great grandpa knew the test pilot and happened on the coast of Long Island New York
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    • Really important to specify it dove down and caught the bullets. If it flew straight in a horizontal line then it’d be physically impossible for this to happen
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    • Reaction image would have been fun,ier if the gun was in front
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    • This is why the SR71 Blackbird doesn't have any guns on it.
      Rtard934 7 jul
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    • This is true! When pulling a maneuver after sho0ting, the plane managed to catch up to it’s bullets as they were experiencing bullet drop and hit itself. The pilot was uninjured
      Merasmus 7 jul
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    • Huh? How?
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    • Wait a second
      oofme123 7 jul
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    • This has been said about the F4 Phantom... so... so... so what?
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    • Oh god, not again
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    • Wouldn’t they be nearly the same speed at that point and not damaging?
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    • Ok but...how was it in 1953? It’s first flight was in 1956
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    • That can’t happen because the bullet is moving as fast as the jet when it is moving. When the bullet is shot, it goes faster than the jet because the speed it is already going plus the bullet being shot out means the jet cannot go faster.
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    • the pilot seeing his bullets getting closer to him
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    • The only problem with being faster than light, is that you can only live in darkness
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    • Please for the love of god we need more of that diagram
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    • quacky 6 jul
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    • F35 had that problem
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    • F F F F F F F F F F F
      TJDaBoi 6 jul
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    • Even though it happened it’s a little silly just to say it happened without any sort of explanation to how
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    • Guys I’ve been in isolation for too long, hows everybody doing?
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    • Nyooooom
      spaget11 6 jul
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    • Anyone know what relative speed is
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    • If it’s traveling at a speed wouldn’t the bullets travel at the speed of the plane plus the speed of the explosion? That’s what I learned in physics
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    • But you forget speed is all relative. If I am running as fast as the bullet and the bullet hits me it's not going to do anything. Lol
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    • F22 raptor is the improved version and it’s not even the best fighter plane anymore it’s crazy
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    • Yeah but since they have similar velocity’s the damage wouldn’t be noticeable right? Or am I wrong?
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    • F... 11
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    • Ryken_ 5 jul
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    • Not this again
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    • F F F F F F F F F F F
      RemmyM 5 jul
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    • Same thing happens with a flamethrower and a bike not a good idea
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    • Someone else can explain how it happened
      beaudoin 5 jul
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    • The F-104 has also done this.
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    • So did the sr-71 Lockheed blackbird
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    • *porn*
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    • Guys. My parents caught me smoking weed. I’m fucking dead. Give me one last F before I go dark.
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    • That's what my mom said to me after I slammed the door to hard. 😔
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    • Any supersonic plane with 20-30mm bullets did this and it was countered by angling the guns differently
      Acog 5 jul
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    • You don't see our planes doing that
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    • Wrong usage of it’s. It’s = it is. The correct usage would have been its
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    • It's like that vine with the guy when his car window took his hat
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    • This is almost as good as the fact that Americans used shotguns in ww1 and it made the Kaiser mad
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    • Not this damn post again. I am so tired of responding to idiots about physics
      CY4N1DE 4 jul
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    • DIAGRAM ! DIAGRAM ! DIAGRAM ! DIAGRAM !
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    • Ok but the thing is bullets go faster than the plane because it's already going as fast as the plane and when it leaves the barrel it's already going way faster than the plane in order for the plane to sho.ot its self it would need to accelerate at a ludicrous speed to even catch up to the bullet
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    • Unrelated: the SR71’s only way of defending itself was to go faster.. it worked
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    • Some jets in gta can keep up with their rockets
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    • Did the pilot die?
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    • It was 1956, but yeah this is true
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    • Faster than a speeding bullet. Able to leap tall buildings in a single bound.....look up in the sky, is it a bird, or plane....yes it is a plane
      psebat 4 jul
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