# You walk outside and throw a glass ball thirty feet up in the air. It does not break. How is this possible?

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You walk outside and throw a glass ball thirty feet up in the air. It does not break. How is this possible?
posted Jun 26, 2015
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ITS UP IN THE AIR NOT ON GROUND

answer Sep 21, 2015 by anonymous
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Maybe I can catch that

answer Jun 26, 2015
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because it falls in a pool of water

answer Sep 15, 2016
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If the tensile strength of the glass ball is greater than the force of acceleration + the force of resistance of the air, then it will not break.
Since nothing is mentioned of the ball returning to earth, then other data is not needed.

answer Nov 20, 2016
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there is someone up there who catches it

answer May 30, 2017
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Because you catch it.

answer Aug 18, 2017

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