A construction worker falls off a tall building. Forensics determines that he died prior to the fall. Another case involves a boy who suffocates to death at his therapist's house late in the night.
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While discussing a worker's fall from the roof of a construction site, Grissom states that terminal velocity is 9.8 meters per second squared. That is actually the acceleration of a falling object due to gravity, and since velocity is measured in metres per second, and acceleration in metres per second squared, Grissom must know that what he is saying cannot possibly be correct.
Terminal velocity of a falling human body (a skydiver, say) is about 54 meters per second. To reach terminal velocity, the body must fall almost 600m. By comparison, the Sears Tower is only 442m tall. See more
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Written by Jon Crosby
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