This week’s episode of It’s Okay to be Smart is pretty “Bat-Ass.” For instance, did you know bat poop keeps little bats warm? …Aww?
Watch it here
Have you watched my…
bat video yet?
Check it out here. And here’s a post I wrote earlier with some background on the bat cave I visited to make this one. It’s one of the most unique natural wonders on Earth, but you’ll have to
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Paul Andersen explains how a net torque acting on an object will create rotational motion. This motion can be described by the angular displacement, angular velocity, and angular acceleration. The linear velocity can be calculated by determining the distance from the axis of rotation. The net torque is equal to the product of the rotational inertia and the angular acceleration.
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