178 examples of Acceleration in a sentence
For many non digital-first organizations, this type of
is a big win.
When a critical mass has been obtained, there's an abrupt
It means, potentially, an
in the rate of scientific discovery.
Or will we embrace new kinds of sharing, which lead to new methods for solving problems and an
in the process of science, entirely across the board?
So as a result, the angular acceleration, denoted by the Greek letter alpha here, goes as 1 over R. It's inversely proportional to R. The smaller you make it, the more quickly you can turn.
So to remind you of physics: You have position, derivative, velocity; then acceleration; and then comes jerk, and then comes snap.
So what happens is, we get this wonderful whooshing
You have a hand-held remote, so you can pretty easily control acceleration, braking, go in reverse if you like, also have braking.
This is a log scale, so what looks like steady growth is actually an
in real terms.
Conventional wisdom says that you need at least four fixed motor propeller pairs in order to fly, because there are four degrees of freedom to control: roll, pitch, yaw and
We relinquish control of yaw, but roll, pitch and
can still be controlled with algorithms that exploit this new configuration.
So, in an age of acceleration, nothing can be more exhilarating than going slow.
So for that millisecond, or however long it takes you to react, you're still pushing, and that unbalanced force causes an acceleration, and that is the plunge.
But what if right at the moment of puncture you could pull that tip back, actually oppose the forward
Now, in 1950 came the great
We get a visual pattern of what these nine-year-olds called
So when the children see this, they say, "Ah! Acceleration," remembering back four months when they did their cars sideways, and they start measuring to find out what kind of
Either there is some kind of energy pushing this acceleration, just like you provide energy to accelerate a car, or gravity does not behave exactly as we think.
Most scientists think it's the former, that there's some kind of energy driving the acceleration, and they called it <i>dark energy</i>.
Remember, it's not the speed that causes the damage because the astronauts survived Apollo 10, it's the
or sudden stop that causes our internal organs to crash into the front of our bodies the way we move forward in a bus when the driver slams on the brakes.
Running speed depends on how much force is exerted by the runner's legs, and according to Newton's Second Law of Motion, force is the product of mass times
In this shot here, where we're moving up off the ground, I added
And this tag measures location and depth and also has a really cool little camera that's triggered by sudden
(Ethereal music) (Pitch rises with acceleration) Cars are a metaphor of time, distance and journey, of setting out and returning, of anticipation and adventure, but, at the same time, of intelligence and complexity, of human intuition and accomplishment.
Even the way people talk is short-circuited - such as when Montag’s boss Captain Beatty describes the
of mass culture: "Speed up the film, Montag, quick.
The first thing is that we have seen this ongoing process of exponential
But the really key thing to understand is that this
has now been going on for a really long time.
Above you is the wave’s crest, where the water particles are undergoing their greatest
Kevin Kelly talked about the