Nah it is weird, I agree. It think it bothers me because in real world (not lab situations), surfaces are irregular and bumpy and aren’t in vacuums without gravity. So, realistically, friction will be effectively DIFFERENT for a large flat light thing on a surface in an area with air, humidity and a breeze than for a smaller item.

Nah it is weird, I agree. It think it bothers me because in real world (not lab situations), surfaces are irregular and bumpy and aren’t in vacuums without gravity.

So, realistically, friction will be effectively DIFFERENT for a large flat light thing on a surface in an area with air, humidity and a breeze than for a smaller item.

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ie: Find me a surface without microfractures – I’ll wait

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