Collisions

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Bryant Apolonio, Kasumi Borczyk, Claire Cao, Jessica Zhan Mei Yu, Leah Jing McIntosh (Editor)
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6,18 MB
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Collisions.pdf
ISBN
2620878669104

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EXPERIMENTAL, GENRE-BENDING, LUCID STORIES OF THE FUTURE FROM THE INAUGURAL LIMINAL FICTION PRIZE LONGLIST What does the future hold? A tense dinner party is held amid an impending climate catastrophe. A father leases his backyard out to a cemetery. Activists plan an attack on ASIO drones in a shock-jock run government. A voyeur finds herself caught in time. Featuring both emerging and established writers of colour, this collection showcases some of the best work that Australian literature has to offer. These stories are sites for collisions: against eurocentric ideals, against narrow concepts of excellence, against stagnant ideas of the world to come. But collisions also manifest in the way our lives come into contact with others, how our pasts shift against the present, and how our imaginations sit against our realities. Collisions is necessary reading for the future of fiction, and the future of our shared world. STORIES BY BRYANT APOLONIO, KASUMI BORCZYK, CLAIRE CAO, CLAIRE G. COLEMAN, ELIZABETH FLUX, JASON GRAY, EDA GÜNAYDIN, NAIMA IBRAHIM, CB MAKO, SUMUDU SAMARAWICKRAMA, MYKAELA SAUNDERS, BOBUQ SAYED, VICTOR CHRISNAA SENTHINATHAN, MISBAH WOLF, HANNAH WU, JESSICA ZHAN MEI YU

Explore a world of surreal machines and uncover the story behind the mysterious object looming above the horizon. Elastic Collisions in Two Dimensions Since the theory behind solving two dimensional collisions problems is the same as the one dimensional case, we will simply take a general example of a two dimensional collision, and show how to solve it. Consider two particles, m 1 and m 2, moving toward each other with velocity v1o and v 2o, respectively. Collisions involve forces (there is a change in velocity ).

What Is a Collision? A collision is an event that occurs when two things bump into one another and energy changes in form or moves from one thing to the other. We are involved in hundreds of collisions each day, from car accidents to dropping a pencil on the floor; we even collide with air particles as we move around.

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