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Which would do more damage to your head: a golf ball driven by a professional golfer or a fastball thrown by a professional baseball player?

A golf ball has a mass of 0.045 kg.A baseball has a mass of 0.145 kg.The maximum recorded speed for a pro-golfer’s drive is 101 m/s.The maximum recorded speed for a fastball from a pitcher is 47 m/s.Kinetic energy of that golf ball is [math]KE = \frac{1}{2}mv^2[/math] = 229.5JKinetic energy of that baseball is [math]KE = \frac{1}{2}mv^2[/math] = 160.2JThe golf ball wins, hands down. What’s more, the golf ball, being smaller, creates a greater pressure (which is force divided by area). This means the likelihood of cracking (or even penetrating) the skull is much higher for a golf ball than a baseball.Aroldis Chapman and the 15 Fastest Pitches Ever RecordedWhat is Ball Speed?

Why isn't the official helicopter of the President of the United States a CH-47 Chinook?

Why isn't the official helicopter of the President of the United States a CH-47 Chinook?Because they are way too big. They are just under 100 feet long counting the rotor length. They are designed to hold between 33 and 55 troops depending on what the troops are carrying. They are basically flying city buses. That is just a great many more room than is needed.They also weigh twice as much as the VH-3 and twice as much weight requires twice as much power and prop wash to lift. The VH-3 already makes a mess of places when it lands, like Buckingham Palace among others.The replacement for the VH-3 the VH-92A is bigger, but nowhere near as big as the CH-47.Sikorsky Will Build the President's New Marine One HelicopterIn testing they are having problems with the new helicopter burning the grass on the lawn. That will certainly have to be fixed.They do have MV-22 Osprey titlrotors available but the President doesn't fly on them. There early sketchy safety history still plagues their image. But they are used to transport staff. Originally it had been planned that the Ospreys would be able to perform the entire airlift mission from the White House lawn to the event location, when the event site was within 100 to 400 miles. This would have saved using Air Force One for short hops as well as the time to swap between helicopter and plane. But the Osprey just has had too many issues to put the President on one.Original Question: Why isn't the official helicopter of the President of the United States a CH-47 Chinook?

If you were the leader of a country, what images would you put on your country's banknotes and stamps?

Thanks Sayak Biswas for the A2A.I would like to see below 4 images on Indian stamps.Krishna Raja Wadiyar IVOne of the benevolent ruler of Mysore, His rule was termed as Golden Period of Mysore because of the all round development that took place.Below are the list of His development and progressive works.The Hydro Electric Project at Shivanasamudra Falls in 1902.Minto Eye Hospital Bangalore, established in 1903, is among the world's oldest specialised ophthalmology hospitalsBangalore was the first city in India to get electric street lights in 1905.Vani Vilasa Sagara Chitradurga, completed in 1907, the first dam in Karnataka state.Mysore Legislative Council was established in 1907 with a view to associate certain number of non-official persons having practical experience and knowledge to assist the Government in making laws and regulations.Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore established in 1909Mysore Boy Scouts, established in 1909. First of its kind in IndiaState Bank of Mysore established in 1913Mysore Agricultural Residential School, Bangalore, established in 1913. University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore was initially established in 1899 by Krishna Raja Wadiyar IV's mother Maharani Vani Vilas Sannidhana, the Regent of Mysore, with an initial grant of 30 acres as an experimental agricultural station.Kannada Sahitya Parishat, Bangalore, established in 1915Formation of Mysore Social Progress Association in 1915 to empower weaker section of societyUniversity of Mysore, established in 1916Yuvaraja College, Mysore, established in 1916School of Engineering, Bangalore, later UVCE, established in 1917Mysore State Railway (MSR) between 1916 and 1918, opened 232 miles of railway to traffic. By 1938 MSR had 740 miles of railway trackThe Mysore Chamber of Commerce established in 1916Government Sandalwood oil factory, Bangalore, established in 1917Maharani's Science College for Women, Mysore, established in 1917Wood Distillation Factory, Bhadravathi in 1918Mysore Chrome and Tanning Factory established in 1918Appointment of Sir Lesley Miller in 1918 to look into problems of Backward classes recommended reservation of 25% of jobs in the Government to non-BrahmansLalitha Mahal palace in 1921Government Science College, Bangalore in 1921Visvesvaraya Iron and Steel Plant (VISL), Bhadravathi was started as Mysore Iron Works in 1923.First Indian state to enfranchise women (1923)Krishna Raja Sagar (KRS) dam, established in 1924Mysore Medical College, established in 1924Krishnarajanagara was founded between 1925 and 1930 as a new town, after a flood by river Kaveri damaged the nearby town of Yedatore.In 1925 more than 100 acres of land was donated to the establishment of National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS)Establishment of Kadhara Sahakara Sangha in 1925 Tagdhur which helped villagers to earn livingsKrishna Rajendra Hospital, Mysore, established in 1927, is attached to Mysore Medical CollegeK.R. Market, Bangalore, the main wholesale market dealing with commodities in Bangalore, established in 1928.Marakonahalli dam in Tumkur district completed in 1930. The dam has an automatic siphon system, first of its kind in Asia.Mysore Sugar Mills, Mandya, established in 1933KR Mills, Mysore, established in 1933St. Philomena's Church, Mysore in 1933.Bangalore Town Hall in 1933.Vanivilas Women and Children Hospital, Bangalore, established in 1934, named after Maharani Vani Vilas SannidhanaMysore Paper Mills, Bhadravati, established in 1936In 1934, the Government of Mysore gifted 10 acre land in Bangalore to Nobel laureate Sir C. V. Raman for the creation of research institute Raman Research Institute (RRI)[23]Mysore Lamps, Bangalore, established in 1936Mysore Chemical and Fertilizers Factory, Belagola established in 1937.Mysore Paints and Varnish Limited, established in 1937. It became part of the public sector in 1947.The Government Dichromate Factory, Belagola.Maharani's College for Women, Bangalore, established in 1938.Glass and Porcelain Factories, Bangalore established in 1939Formation of Mandya district in the year 1939Mysore Implements Factory, Hassan, established in 1939 to produce agricultural and garden implements.Hirebhaskara dam started in 1939 across river Sharavathi to ensure steady water supply for the 120 MW Krishnarajendra Hydroelectric power station. The power station was renamed as Mahatma Gandhi Hydroelectric Project in 1949.Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, First Chancellor and co-founderIrwin Canal: Later named as Visveshwariaha CanalCity Improvement Trust Board, first of its kind in IndiaBanning child marriage (girls below age 8)Special importance for girl education and scholarship for widowed girls.All these works led to the development of Karnataka and thereby contributing to progress of India.Sir M. Visvesvaraya (Sir MV)He was a civil engineer from Karnataka. His birthday is celebrated as Engineer’s day in India on 15th September.He was behind the construction of many dams in India and worldwide, he brought lot of glory to India.After successful completion of civil engineering Sir MV, joined the PWD department, of Mumbai. Later he joined the Indian irrigation commission, where he carried out some effective irrigation techniques in the Deccan area.Sir MV was patented for designing automatic barrier water floodgates. These floodgates were initially installed at the Khadakvasla Reservoir near Pune in 1903. Later with successful implementation, the similar floodgates were designed and installed at Tigra Dam and Krishna Raja Sagara Dam.Sir MV was privileged enough to be sent to Aden to study the various techniques in water supply and the drainage system during the year 1906-07. Later he became societal for his impeccable contribution to make Hyderabad city flood free. His ideas helped the city of Vishakhapatnam port to be saved from sea erosion. Even at the age of 90, he undertook work on designing and advising in the building of dams across rivers.Sir M Visvesvaraya’s tenure as Diwan of MysoreBefore serving as Diwan of Mysore, Sir MV served the Nizam of Hyderabad and did some eminent services for the state. During his service as the Diwan of Mysore, he has founded eminent institutions such as Mysore Soap Factory, Bangalore Agricultural University, and Parasitoid Library, State Bank of Mysore and Mysore Iron and Steel Works. Many other industries started off during his tenure as the Diwan.Sir MV was known for his timeliness, intricate ideas, dedication etc. Sir MV also played a vital role in promoting the Kannada language. Sir MV had designed the layout of Jayanagar in the South Bangalore and is supposed to be the best locality to be designed ever in Asia.During his tenure, the outlook of the Mysore had changed and many industries and public sectors came up providing good opportunities to people. He was even involved in the founding of the first Engineering College – Government Engineering College, Bangalore 1917 (currently University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering).Sir MV – A visionary who spearheaded developmentTo name few of the many things he was responsible for:The architect of the Krishnarajasagara dam – or KRS or Brindavan gardens. One of the biggest dams in India which irrigate a hundred and twenty thousand acres of land. This was built at a cost of Rs 2.5 crore. It changed a barren Mandya district into rice granary, provides drinking water to Mysore and Bangalore.Bhadravati Iron and Steel Works – as its Chairman he rescued it from becoming extinct.Mysore Sandal Oil Factory and the Mysore soap factoryMysore University – Sir M.V.’s question was “If Australia and Canada could have universities of their own for less than a million population, cannot Mysore with a population of not less that 60 lakhs have a University of its own?”State Bank of Mysore (it was first named as ‘The Bank of Mysore’)Public libraries in Mysore and BangaloreEncouraging girls to attend school.Mysore Chambers of CommerceKannada Sahitya Parishad or the Kannada Literary AcademySri Jayachamarajendra Occupational Institute, Bangalore – funded by the ENTIRE money [Rs 200,000] he earned from rescuing Bhadravati Iron Works.In 1912 he set up Hebbal Agricultural School, now University of Agricultural Sciences.In 1903 he designed automatic, weir water floodgates, installed at Khadakvasla reservoir.He implemented irrigation system in Karnataka.Sri Jayachamarajendra Polytechnic Institute.The Bangalore Agricultural University (University of Agricultural Sciences).The Century ClubVisvesvaraya College of Engineering, Bengaluru.The list in endless. He was also conferred with Bharata Ratna award.Kitturu Rani Chennamma.She was an Indian freedom fighter and Queen of the Kittur, a former princely state in Karnataka. She led an armed force against the British in 1824 in defiance of the doctrine of lapse in an attempt to maintain Indian control over the region, but was defeated in the third war and died imprisoned. The one of the female rulers to rebel against British rule (earlier first Indian queen Velu Nachiyair Madurai), she has become a folk hero in Karnataka and symbol of the independence movement in India.Rani Abbakka DeviShe was the first Tuluva Queen of Ullal who fought the Portuguese in the latter half of the 16th century. She belonged to the Chowta dynasty who ruled over parts of coastal Karnataka (Tulu Nadu), India. Their capital was Puttige. The port town of Ullal served as their subsidiary capital. The Portuguese made several attempts to capture Ullal as it was strategically placed. But Abbakka repulsed each of their attacks for over four decades. For her bravery, she came to be known as Abhaya Rani (The fearless queen). She was also one of the earliest Indians to fight the colonial powers and is sometimes regarded as the 'first woman freedom fighter of India'. In the state of Karnataka, she is celebrated along with Rani Kittur Chennamma, Keladi Chennamma and Onake Obavva, as the foremost women warriors and patriots.

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