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    • Did I fire 5 shots... or 6? To tell you the truth, in all of the excitement... I lost count. So... ya feelin lucky?... Punk!
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    • Momentum transferred into the wizard because even though the bullet was instantly stopped when hitting the wizard so he avoided the damage he still absorbed the momentum
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    • It’s not the velocity of the bullet that hurts you, it’s the momentum. You wouldn’t even move if the momentum of a bullet was transferred to you. Typical 9mm bullet momentum 2.85 kg*m/s. That amount of momentum transferred to a human: 0.00314m/s (for a 200lbs person for simplicity). No movement.
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    • I do agree that the second guy is wrong with his interpretation. But even taking into account that the bullet's speed wouldn't convert exactly, that shit would still hurt like a bitch.
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    • It wouldnt be the speed of a bullet itd be the speed of the bullet divided by the wizzards weight
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    • I was gonna say something bout physics but then I remembered this has a wizard so fuck it
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    • Due to conservation of momentum, the wizard will go back at a speed much less than the bullet, since momentum = M*V and conservation of it yields: Mman*Vman=Mbullet*Vbullet. M being mass and V being velocity
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    • Not to be that guy, but laws of momentum prove this wrong. He would fly back at approximately the speed of the bullet times the ratio of the mass of the bullet to the mass of the wizard, assuming him and his shield were static and didn’t absorb shock
      SCRONCHED 27 mar
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    • Bullets all in all don’t have that much force. They have piercing power. If you made something that could stop the bullet from hurting you, it’s assumed it disperses the force. Unless you have a REALLY high caliber round, you probably won’t be moved.
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    • Well he wouldnt fly back at the speed of a bullrt. You have to take into account the mass of the bullet and the mass of the wizard. Do you even science?
      CohrE014 30 mar
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    • No! The momentum would only move him at bullet speed times the bullets weight divided by his own weight
      wezley 30 mar
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    • bobdole69 28 mar
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    • Just so everyone can know it’s not the force of the bullet as F=ma it’s the momentum, meaning momentum=mv the speed is 440m/s, and mass is .007kg. The momentum would then be 3.08 kg/m/s. Nowhere near enough momentum to move a human.
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    • That is not scientifically accurate. Yes, the momentum of the bullet transfers to the wizard. But when the mass increases, velocity decreases.
      Cynderboy 27 mar
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    • The kinetic energy required to move a bullet would be nothing compared to what would required for moving a human being.
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    • Bullets don’t have that much momentum. They’re really light, but they go really fast. The wizard might get knocked over, or staggered. But the bullet would have to weigh as much as the wizard for the wizard to go flying as fast as the bullet.
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    • Physics niggas be like *conservation of mömentum noises*
      iElonMusk 28 mar
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    • The science behind this is not very accurate. Bullets travel very fast, but they don't impart much force, relatively speaking of course. A heavyweight boxer's punch is about twice as forceful as a 9mm round (though it all depends on many factors). This is essentially what a Kevlar vest does...
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    • Momentum is mass dependent so it wouldnt be the speed of the bullet. It would adjust for his mass
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    • Parry this, you filthy casual
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    • Echo18 27 mar
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    • As a physics teacher allow me; so the momentum of a bullet is calculated by its mass multiplied by its velocity. If no energy is lost in the transfer, then the wizards velocity is equal to the bullets momentum decided by his mass. Since his mass is much greater than the bullet, his velocity is low.
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    • Anyone who has taken a physics class knows this is so completely wrong
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    • Anyone else use McCree's voice for the gunslinger?
      KemonPoe 30 mar
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    • That’s not how physics works. A bullet doesn’t have as much mass as a wizard afaik
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    • Even if he was immune to the bullets penetrating the force would cause a deadly concussion to the head. Force doesn’t stop it has to go somewhere.
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    • He would hardly move wtf people really dont get physics
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    • Physics just got punted in the head
      Nollauh 27 mar
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    • Well. No. Momentum is both Velocity and Mass dependent. So he wouldn’t fly away at the speed of the bullet he would maybe move backwards a little. V2 = (M1V1/(M2))
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    • I have a question for Harry Potter fan, was voldamort really that dangerous to muggles because I feel like if he was discovered they could just send seal team 6 on his ass, I don't think he can cast a spell faster than a bullet
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    • I did the math on this a few weeks ago. Essentially, the wizard would go backwards at a rate of about 0.5 m/s.
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    • Conservation of momentum *spits* bitch
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    • But the wizard definitely has more mass than the bullet. While the wizard may get the same amount of energy, it'd be nowhere near enough to send him anywhere.
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    • Yes but the mass of the bullet is vastly smaller than the mass of a human so the effect would be negligible
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    • Gunslinger: I know what you're thinking. Did I fire six shots or only 5? Well, in all this excitement I lost track myself
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    • I mean its alot less velocity because momentum conservation but ok
      ForGlory 31 mar
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    • It should say momentum not velocity. It’s the conservation of momentum that’s at work here.
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    • That doesn’t happen because the amount of Energy behind the shot is mass times velocity. Since your mass is far greater than the bullet’s, your velocity upon impact is proportionally lower so that the energy exerted by you on the bullet and the bullet on you are equal
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    • Assuming the average wizard is about the weight of 240 bullets with some google math, then the wizard should actually fly back with 1/240 of the velocity of the bullet since that momentum is now acting on a way more massive thing.
      JockyJ 28 mar
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    • Let's just all say, they used multiple words for the movement, and non of them were right.
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    • F=ma they’d move in proportion with the mass difference, which is quite large.
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    • This reads like a Jojo fight
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    • That’s not how kinetic energy works
      SmileyMan 27 mar
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    • Conservation of energy says that he wouldn’t go flying back that fast
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    • Y'all should shut your nerd mouths and enjoy the fucking meme
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    • The wizard has such a higher mass though
      TwistIV 27 mar
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    • Momentum=mass*velocity. Therefore, because the wizard has more mass his velocity will be less than that of the bullet
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    • Not how conservation of momentum works
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    • See.... it’s bullet it dosent have a lot of force behind it because it’s extremely light, but like if a bowling ball... or better yet a car would hit you. You would go the other direction because the car has a lot more weight than a bullet
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    • This violates the conservation of momentum son
      churrofan 28 mar
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    • That's not how momentum works
      Bur4you 28 mar
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    • That’s what it feels like when you got hit with one of those yoga balls as a kid and it’s send you flying across the room
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    • *conservation of momentum noise*
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    • Did the math, assuming we're shooting a 750 grain Hornady .50 BMG @2820 fps, (≈50g @ 860 m/s), assuming the wizard is 100 kg, and assuming a perfectly inelastic collision, the wizard would be pushed back at 0.43 m/s on a frictionless surface, or 0.96 MPH. Biggest bullet possible for this.
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    • He would need to weigh the same amount as the bullet for that to happen. Every times the amount of the bullet he weighs, the more the force gets cancelled out.
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    • He would move back quite slow since the momentum would stay the same not speed, abd that momentum moving mind more mass wouod mean much less speed.
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    • Shin Malphur
      Victus_ 27 mar
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    • Force=mass times acceleration. The wizard has far more mass than a bullet so it would not be launched nearly as fast as the bullet
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    • This is not how elastic collisions work
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    • When a Gunslinger fights a Wizard in Destiny 2 and the Wizard somehow survives Golden Gun but then the shield detonation finishes them off
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    • Gunslingers from destiny: “You may be immune to my billets but here’s and explosive knife to your goddamn face you pussy ass Warlock”
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    • He wouldn't be at the speed of the bullet, due to conservation of momentum he would be sent flying back yes but at a much lower velocity because of his far greater mass in comparison
      Kreamie 27 mar
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    • His weight should counteract the velocity. Like when someone gets shot they may get staggered but they don't just go flying.
      DumbPunk 27 mar
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    • Thanks to conservation of energy, unless you're thrown backwards from firing the gun, you're not going to be thrown backwards when you're hit by it.
      arbiters 27 mar
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    • When both players roll 20
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    • That's not how moment works, they would fly back at the relative momentum of the bullets weight to their weight
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    • Conservation of momentum. More like 3-4 meters per second. 8-9 miles per hour. Mass of smaller object * it's velocity before collision = mass of larger object * it's velocity after collision so the whole system gets divided by the wizards mass. Assuming the wizard weighs several hundred kg.
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    • Bro it’s a dnd meme, they can have the equivalent of a fucking cannon in their hand that’s the size of a handgun, nothing is realistic in that game stop saying that’s not how momentum works
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    • That's not how physics works, he wouldn't fly back at the speed of the bullet. The average energy of a .38 special bullet is about 291.6 joules. The average weight of a European man is about 72kg, so if the wizard was shot by the bullet they'd only be hit by a force of about 6mph
      Shaggo 27 mar
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    • The wizard would only go flying back as far as the amount of energy that would transfer which would not be equal sence the wizard has more mass than the bullet.
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    • Why did I read this in McCree's voice ...
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    • When the bullet can't kill the wizard but Newton's laws can
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    • Bullets have almost no mass, and the forcefield would absorb the momentum and transfer it to him disturbed across his body. It wouldn’t feel bad at all. People can get shot with a bullet wearing a bullet proof vest and stand up pretty easily. It wouldn’t feel worse than a shove
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    • Wizards can stop bullets with a simple spell, but can they see why kids love Cinnamon Toast Crunch?
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      Naughty 27 mar
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    • Why can't you dumb fucks just enjoy a meme
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    • It wouldn't send the wizard flying, it would have an effect similar to the wizard wearing a ballistic vest. So he'd probably stumble or be knocked on his ass.
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    • I did the math with a standard bullet and a standard man and the bullet would not have given him the same velocity of the bullet but the momentum would be the same. The wizard would have gained a velocity of about 0.094 m/s
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    • He wouldn't go back as fast, larger mass. Still funny tho
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    • That might work with a Gatlin gun but with a handgun theres no way the knockback would be strong enough to do that
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    • the momentum transferred him would be almost the same as the force the person firing it would feel
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    • Momentum would have to be very fast for a light object to actually move a much heavier object
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    • For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Unfortunately his actions only stopped the metal. Not the force
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    • That wizard just abra'd his last kadabra
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    • Not enough mass to overcome the wizards potential energy
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    • Bullets don’t have that much force behind them. It’s just that they’re small and hard. Making them ideal for poking holes in fleshy bags.
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    • Bruh momentum equations. The wizard has a larger mass, so he wont speed up as much. Mv = mv
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    • Well if the energy is transferred to the the spot the bullet hit it would leave a bullet sized hole because of the sudden motion of wherever he got hit but if its spread out through his whole body he wouldn't feel anything more than a small push for any bullet
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    • No he doesn’t fly back at the speed of the bullet. The kinetic energy is spread over a larger are, but he at least still falls down
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    • Taking into account the distribution of velocity from the tint bullet to the somewhat large wizard, the wizard would be sent back at a speed of 2.27 mph, that's not taking into account friction. I think the wizard wins.
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    • If the wizard was the same mass as the bullet, yea
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    • I HAVE TO WATCH AN ADD TO SAVE A MEME!?!?!? EXCUSE ME?
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    • Actually, the speed would not be converted, it would be the momentum, which is mass times velocity. The wizard would not be going at the speed of a bullet; rather, he would be going at the speed times the divisor of the masses, which would be a lot less.
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