Anyone feel bad for the fish here?

jbc -

Usually trout are really fragile, but I guess the smelt don’t drop that fast.  Still, I’m surprised that 95% survive the drop.

They fall just as fast, they hit with less force.

Sometimes covid-19 lets me porrada -

Plenty of fish

Beautiful champ

Their terminal velocity is low enough where they are fine.

samichlaus -
BigEyedFish - 

thats awesome


 


My wife wasn't impressed, my cum shots have spoiled her.

Not as much as mine have.

Nytron -

Their terminal velocity is low enough where they are fine.

We all knew you weren't very bright before this, so it's no surprise you have zero understanding of the concept of terminal velocity. If you think those fish are hitting their terminal velocity on such a short drop, then you best get your dumb ass a high school physics textbook. 

IronHands -
Nytron -

Their terminal velocity is low enough where they are fine.

We all knew you weren't very bright before this, so it's no surprise you have zero understanding of the concept of terminal velocity. If you think those fish are hitting their terminal velocity on such a short drop, then you best get your dumb ass a high school physics textbook. 

Are you claiming to know the terminal velocity of an unladen mountain lake trout?

EFM -
IronHands -
Nytron -

Their terminal velocity is low enough where they are fine.

We all knew you weren't very bright before this, so it's no surprise you have zero understanding of the concept of terminal velocity. If you think those fish are hitting their terminal velocity on such a short drop, then you best get your dumb ass a high school physics textbook. 

Are you claiming to know the terminal velocity of an unladen mountain lake trout?

African or European trout?

iFish -
EFM -
IronHands -
Nytron -

Their terminal velocity is low enough where they are fine.

We all knew you weren't very bright before this, so it's no surprise you have zero understanding of the concept of terminal velocity. If you think those fish are hitting their terminal velocity on such a short drop, then you best get your dumb ass a high school physics textbook. 

Are you claiming to know the terminal velocity of an unladen mountain lake trout?

African or European trout?

I don't know!


 


BTW, accidentally down voted you.

EFM -
IronHands -
Nytron -

Their terminal velocity is low enough where they are fine.

We all knew you weren't very bright before this, so it's no surprise you have zero understanding of the concept of terminal velocity. If you think those fish are hitting their terminal velocity on such a short drop, then you best get your dumb ass a high school physics textbook. 

Are you claiming to know the terminal velocity of an unladen mountain lake trout?

A human in the belly-down free fall position reaches terminal velocity in 12-16 seconds. That's while covering 1500-2000 feet. These fish are being dropped from 150 feet. 


So I guess what I'm claiming is a shred of common sense.

IronHands -
EFM -
IronHands -
Nytron -

Their terminal velocity is low enough where they are fine.

We all knew you weren't very bright before this, so it's no surprise you have zero understanding of the concept of terminal velocity. If you think those fish are hitting their terminal velocity on such a short drop, then you best get your dumb ass a high school physics textbook. 

Are you claiming to know the terminal velocity of an unladen mountain lake trout?

A human in the belly-down free fall position reaches terminal velocity in 12-16 seconds. That's while covering 1500-2000 feet. These fish are being dropped from 150 feet. 


So I guess what I'm claiming is a shred of common sense.

I was making a reference to Monty Python.


That said, a small fish doesn't necessarily have the same teminal velocity as a human.  While gravity does exert itself against all objects uniformly, wind resistance does not.

IronHands -
EFM -
IronHands -
Nytron -

Their terminal velocity is low enough where they are fine.

We all knew you weren't very bright before this, so it's no surprise you have zero understanding of the concept of terminal velocity. If you think those fish are hitting their terminal velocity on such a short drop, then you best get your dumb ass a high school physics textbook. 

Are you claiming to know the terminal velocity of an unladen mountain lake trout?

A human in the belly-down free fall position reaches terminal velocity in 12-16 seconds. That's while covering 1500-2000 feet. These fish are being dropped from 150 feet. 


So I guess what I'm claiming is a shred of common sense.

Are we talking about humans or fish

They should put little parachutes on them

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KaepernicksTheAppleOfMyEye -
IronHands -
EFM -
IronHands -
Nytron -

Their terminal velocity is low enough where they are fine.

We all knew you weren't very bright before this, so it's no surprise you have zero understanding of the concept of terminal velocity. If you think those fish are hitting their terminal velocity on such a short drop, then you best get your dumb ass a high school physics textbook. 

Are you claiming to know the terminal velocity of an unladen mountain lake trout?

A human in the belly-down free fall position reaches terminal velocity in 12-16 seconds. That's while covering 1500-2000 feet. These fish are being dropped from 150 feet. 


So I guess what I'm claiming is a shred of common sense.

Are we talking about humans or fish

Cubans.

I heard the fish wear automatically deploying paraglide suits which biodegrade within hours of being immersed in water.