- 21 Nov '14 15:18So this car has a new field accelerator where every atom gets accelerated or decel at the same time so people inside feel nothing. The car can acel or decel at 1000G.

So this car is driving at 25 meters per second and the driver sees a kid on a bicycle about to be run down. After the driver activates the decel mode, how many meters does it take for the car to go from 25 m/s to zero? - 21 Nov '14 19:26

Yep, pretty fast stop, eh! I used the old formulae S=(AT^2)/2 for distance and T= (2S/A)^0.5 and got the same answers.*Originally posted by forkedknight***So time is easy to figure out**

V = V0 + at

a = -9800m/s^s

V = 0

V0 = 25m/s

t = 25/9800 = 2.55ms

For finding distance, you can find average velocity multiply by time

d = (Vi - Vf)/2 * t

d = 25/2 m/s * 2.55 ms

d = 31.9 mm - 24 Nov '14 13:49 / 1 edit

well, if he had the field accelerator too and did 10,000 g's....*Originally posted by wolfgang59***The kid on the bicycle wouldn't have a chance! :'(**

So suppose you had this car on the moon (no atmosphere to slow you down)

how fast would it be going in 1/4 mile drag race run and how much time would it take at 1000g's?