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WET! Thanks Gravity!
That's gonna be a dinger, but only if gravity is on my side.
Yeah! That's what I like to see baby!
When Alonzo shoots the ball, gravity pulls it down, making it able for it to fall in the hoop. He swished it, and got the game winner and won it for his team.
It's the bottom of the ninth, Game 7 of the World Series. Jerald bombs one and it goes super far. "Come on gravity, keep it up!" he whispers. Gravity eventually pulls it down over the fence.
It's the final match U.S. Open, and Andy needs to hit the ball hard and away from his opponent. In order for this to work, friction needs to happen because the ball needs to bounce off the racket and go over the net. He smacked one so fast it was like it disappeared, and he won the Open.
When Sven kicks the ball at the championship game, friction is being increased because the ball and his foot are rubbing against each other. Luckily, friction was on his side and he scored the goal and won the World Cup for Denmark.
When Randal goes bungee jumping, elastic force is being used because the cord is stretching. If the cord never stretched, then Randal would have just fell to the ground.
Some trains such as the Maglev, use magnetism to gain maximum speed. The train stays off the ground by a magnet and while one magnet is repelling the train, the other is moving it forward, and there is no friction involved at all.
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