# If we stand inbetween the track a fast moving train will hit you or throw u away?

• If we stand inbetween the track a fast moving train will hit you or throw u away?

Answer #1 | 18/12 2013 02:46
It will hit you and where you end up depends on how much your body turns to pulp after impact. You could be smeared across the front or bits and pieces of you can be scattered around. Part of this depends on speed. The train driver will need to live life remembering the site of your face as the live forces get ejected from your body. He may also need to clean up the splatter as well. Find some other place to end it. Why would you think being hit by a train is any different than being hit by a bus travelling at speed? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1B4yQSO4… Do you think you would be different than the cow? Certain death is more likely than air bubble in front of the train blowing you to a safe place. You can get an idea of wind patterns around a train watching a train go through snow. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Npm4ElvJWJg
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Answer #2 | 18/12 2013 02:45
depends on how close you stand and the speed of the train! youtube shows clips of near misses people and trains.
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Answer #3 | 18/12 2013 19:23
As already said. A train doesn't throw away a perfectly good human being. They'd rather chop 'em up or string 'em out for dozens of feet.
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Answer #4 | 19/12 2013 20:29
it will drag you inside, because of this it make you automatically push towards the train, and it could be very dangerous if the train is at very high speed, in case of bullet trains, magleb trains extra safety is taken by making special tracks on bridges, This is due to very high speed of train it drags all the air around the person as a result it is creates a huge pressure difference that makes the air behind person to push the person towards the train. This situation is in accordance with Bernoulli's equation. because a moving train drags the air close to the cars along with it. This rapidly moving air, by Bernoulli’s principle will have a lower pressure than the still air a few feet away. The still air, having higher pressure, and being behind you if you are standing close will tend to push you toward the train. The effect is enough to actually move a person if you are not careful!
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Answer #5 | 18/12 2013 03:59
I do not think anyone can answer your stupid question honestly. I suggest you do it yourself and if you survive, come back to "Answers" and give us a second to second account. If you tape it, and send it to UTube it might even go viral. Regards

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