How Much Pressure Will Rip an Ear off?

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The amount of pressure that will rip an ear off is the same amount needed to tear 12 sheets of bond paper. Knowing this fact can be helpful in defending one's self against an attacker.
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1 Additional Answer
The amount of pressure required to rip off an ear is seven pounds. Only a relatively small amount of pressure is needed to remove the ear, due its structure. The ear is made of mostly cartilage rather than bone and muscle which would impede removal.
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