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Not if you attach a "grasshopper" to the projectile :)

Try projectile: It fills in the common project search and fuzzy filename search features(amount other things) and otherwise stays out of the way.

Someone should do a post or web comic about pig projectiles in warfare.

I'm looking at it right now, and I'm on the verge of projectile vomiting.

Well, by definition projectile used in any cannon will crash, so that's not it :)

Excuse me while I clean the projectile vomit from my screen.

The arguments about why it wouldn't work to shoot a projectile into orbit sound convincing, so I suspect they're right.

When simplified, yes, but if you start talking about projectiles then you are explicitly not simplifying things, and should also account for the effect of the ground because it's probably a larger concern than projectiles in a collision like this.

A "bullet" is the lead projectile that comes out the barrel of a gun.

The thing about having the Earth hit by a relativistic projectile is: you wouldn't die knowing that.

So it turns out iPads make for dangerous projectiles.

Any bets on how long before they get some sort of printed plastic projectile to fire from this gun?

Venture musket: The aim isn't perfect, but it launches a significant projectile in roughly the right direction, at a substantial velocity.

I love the term "projectiles"!

Foot-pounds is very commonly used to measure firearm projectile energy; I've never seen foot-pounds per square inch before, though.

I don't think insurance and traffic tickets are nearly as big of a roadblock as safety regulations for selling a computer that creates 2,000lb projectiles with humans inside.

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