- Performer:Robert Brown
- Title:Falling from a Great Height
- Date of release:January 5, 2007
- Size FLAC version1801 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1748 megabytes
- Size WMA version1309 megabytes
- Formats:AAC AU MOD AHX MP1 WAV
Falling is the second leading cause of accidental death worldwide and is a major cause of personal injury, especially for the elderly. Falls in older adults are an important class of preventable injuries. Builders, electricians, miners, and painters are occupations with high rates of fall injuries. Long-term exercise appears to decrease the rate of falls in older people. About 226 million cases of significant accidental falls occurred in 2015. These resulted in 527,000 deaths.
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A cat in Boston survived a fall from a 19-storey window with only a bruised chest. Cats have relatively large surface areas in proportion to their weight, so fall at a slower rate over a great height than larger mammals. Their bodies have evolved to allow them to survive falls from trees, their natural homes. Given the time, they twist to land on their feet.
If falling from a great height, say over 100 feet, it will make little difference how you land assuming it is on solid ground. You will likely be just as dead, however, it may take longer do die if you land on your feet. The fastest way to die is to land on your head. A fall from 3 feet will break your neck, and a fall from much higher will fracture your skull as well, causing instant unconsciousness and death. 222 views · View 7 Upvoters. QolrKqNLcezERdEWtb KREgbTnbysTFq rFwxtVesFTF.
When you fall from a great height onto land, you will usually bounce. Some people who survive the initial impact (often with a feet-first landing) suffer a fatal injury on their second impact. You will most likely be unconscious when you bounce. Cover your head with your arms by placing your arms on the sides of your head with your elbows facing forward (and projecting in front of your face), and your fingers laced behind your head or neck. This covers a large portion of your head. 8. Get medical help immediately. Falling on your back from a great height would most likely shatter your ribcage and destroy your vital organs. Thanks! Yes No. Not Helpful 0 Helpful 25. Question. What if I am holding a child, can I break their fall? Community Answer.
Falling from a great height can dramatically alter our weight upon impact. So if you fell out of an airplane with no parachute, your body would be about 7,500 times its normal weight when it hit the ground. In that moment, your brain alone would weigh 10 tons. To put it into perspective, if someone weighing 110 pounds fell a distance of 10 feet with a deceleration at 1 foot, then the force generated from the body would actually equal about 1,210 pounds.
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CreditsRobert Brown - Primary Artist
|1||Oh My Head||Robert Brown||3:40|
|2||I Woke Up Inside My Car||Robert Brown||3:38|
|3||She Likes to Hurt Me||Robert Brown||5:41|
|4||Sorry for the Sad||Robert Brown||3:33|
|5||Stupid Thing Called Love||Robert Brown||3:27|
|6||Johnny Allen||Robert Brown||4:37|
|7||Falling from a Great Height||Robert Brown||7:27|
|8||Falling from a Great Height (Reprise)||Robert Brown||4:07|