If that kid is 2 years and 8 months old and still that size, there are more pressing issues than the mom doing math
@The Lifeguard, the app deceived me into thinking there were no comments yet and i came here to say both points as you did. Take my begrudging upvote
@The Lifeguard, I don’t spend much time with my parents anymore, as we live 950 miles apart, but I asked her to introduce me as her 502 month old the next time we’re at a social event together.
@supahotfiya, I don’t know, what if the month as a concept has achieved sentience and feel possessive over time? Did you consider that? What are you? Existencist?
@Hot Coffee, yes
We’d technically need to have an established reference frame because position in spacetime is relative...
If we assume that the guy has around half of the throwing capability of a baseball player, he would throw a baseball at 22.35ms^-1. If we assume the same initial kinetic energy for the baby as for a baseball, we would get that the velocity of the baby is the product of the ball’s velocity times the square root mass ratio of the. If we assume the baby’s weight to be 12kg and the baseball to be 0.14kg we get that the baby was yeeted at 8.9kph (around 5mph)