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20 February, 17:33

If you tie a thread to the middle of a water filled plastic bottle and pull slowly, the bottle moves. If you pull very rapidly, the thread breaks before the bottle can move. Why?

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  1. 20 February, 18:15
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    I think when you pull it rapidly the strength of you is pulling the thread which breaks it
  2. 20 February, 19:13
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    The speed of the pulling causes little to no reaction time, therefore the strength with speed causes the weight of the bottle to push through the thread.

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