The cat righting reflex is a cat's innate ability to orient itself as it falls in order to
land on its feet. The righting reflex begins to appear at 3–4 weeks of age, and is
perfected at 6...
Why do cats always land on their feet? ... cat* and a high-speed camera, Dustin
from Smarter Everyday reveals the complex physics behind the righting reflex.
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Aug 8, 2012 ... High Speed video. Cats. Physics. Weightlessness. Of all my videos, if you ... The
next video will go into great detail about what's going on there, and ... that a cat
can do this allows us to study the Universe.. no exaggeration).
Whether myth, miracle or marvel of physics, the idea of a cat always landing on
his feet is firmly embedded in feline lore. It's as if cats possess invisible landing ...
Aug 9, 2012 ... Why do cats (usually) land on their feet? ... explains...and includes some real
stunt-cat dropping photographed with a high-speed camera.
Feb 5, 2014 ... Last year, I wrote a blog post about the history of "cat-turning": the ability of cats to
turn themselves over in free-fall and land on their feet. ... surprising that cat's
motion is so complicated: evolution, unlike physics, does not have ...
Aug 27, 2012 ... The physics of why cats are always able to land on their feet has been
understood for some time now -- it's called an aerial righting reflex -- but ...
Aug 9, 2012 ... In this slow-motion video, you can see how cats rotate themselves in the air while
conserving angular momentum.
The saying is that cats always land on their feet. This animation explains how
they do this. Animation by David.M.Harrison. Back to physics animation Page.
The cat slowly made its way along the edge of the top of the bookcase. Silently
stalking its prey, the kitty waited until just the right time before pouncing.