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What happened if we tie 2 cats and we drop them from high building? Another falling cat problems. Does it provide a violation of angular momentum?
Interesting thought experiment.
You should try it. :->
This is not graduate-level, voting to close. 500rep users please upvote the closevote here, if you agree.
@Dilaton it's not string-quantum gravity question but nontheless interesting.
I read the wiki entry on the cat's problem, seems that this question is still intractable, even though it was assumed to be answered in the 20th century.
@MathematicalPhysicist ok you might be right and there are probably still interesting and non-trivial things to discuss about the falling cats problem.
But as the question is currently formulated, it is almost indistinguishable from the query of a curious layman as they are often posed in physics discussions elsewhere in the internet.
So @OneEyedKing or somewhone else should modify the question (which has 3 closevotes by now) to highlight the interesting and non-trivial aspects of the problem
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