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Science Puzzle - 1 july

How can you throw a ball as hard as you can and have it come back to you even if it doesnt hit anything there is nothing attached to it and no one else catches or throws it?

1. throw it to the sky straight above from where you are standing.

1. throwing it agianst a wall it would bounce back

2. This has an underlying assumption :
1. You are stationary on earth
2. you can't throw the ball hard enough to escape the earth's gravitational force.

3. can't it hit a bird or something?

2. throw it in air straight up..

3. throw it in a U-shaped pipe whose other end is pointed towards you. It will come back.

4. throw it to the sky

5. Or throw it with ZERO force, and it will stay where it was, i.e with you!

1. Zero force is obviously not as hard as you can throw it. Or maybe it is.

2. i think u can throw higher atleast than zero force!!!

6. Throw the ball above ur head...it ll come right down automatically...

1. unless you are in space!

7. throw straight upward aiming to sky

8. throw it in reverse swing

9. THROW IT TO THE SKY

10. throw up

11. Throw it into the sky

12. Throw ball from one hand to another hand

13. Straight up to the sky

14. at sea level, throw it parallel to the ground at 11.8 km/sec... it will orbit the earth and come back to you... from behind.

1. Throw a ball of air then it would never leav u

15. not bad ............ but really teasing my brain....

16. throw it to the sky

17. Very good question, how does it happen actually?

18. throw it in upward direction

19. throw it in the air

20. spin it to youself and bounce it so it comes back to you

21. because of gravitational force if you throw it in air it will came to you in the same speed as you throw it in air

22. Throw it straight above you in the air

23. If you are Superman then throw it at the moon and have it orbit the moon and sling it back to you. Might work.

24. In all technicality no solution would work because in every solution it hits air particles so this puzzle is false. The true answer is "No Solution." It did mention science question so im just being scientifically correct.

25. throw the ball straight up in the air

26. Stand on a small asteroid.
The orbit velocity would only be about 50-60 miles an hour.
Throw the ball into orbit and have it come back to you.

27. throw straight up ward.

28. it should be thrown in space, where the ball has no mass;):)

1. It still has mass in space

29. throw it up in the air . soooooo simple.

30. Not possible. Ball will hit something. May come back/bounce or likely hit a random person or object due to gravity. Gravitional force rules.

31. Bounce the ball. It will come back.

32. Bounce the ball. It will come back.

33. Not possible. Ball will hit something. May come back/bounce or likely hit a random person or object due to gravity. Gravitional force rules.

34. U'll thorw in vertical direction (in sky upward) nd due to gravitation the ball will come back to u as it's falling back on earth.....