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How dangerous would a vertical water surface be?

Pull yourself towards an anchor Tie a rope to something that will stay put, like a grappling hook or a literal nautical anchor, and throw the object directly through the wall as hard as you can. Then ...
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How dangerous would a vertical water surface be?

So I ended up actually figuring out how to do the math and since it seems that people still sometimes stumble into this question, I will post it. Lets assume the human body has the same density as ...
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Crafting a Water Cycle for a Cube World with State-dependant Gravity

Short answer Assuming that the only forces moving the water is gravity and the water interacting with its self (surface tension, air pressure...), then there are 2 ways it could happen. water becomes ...
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