Why Do Tim Speedle Break The Laws Of Physics?

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Have you ever seen a show or movie that shows someone being shot, dramatically fly backwards and crashing into their surroundings? Well, that is just not possible, it breaks the laws of physics. For example in the third season of CSI Miami Tim Speedle is shot one time, but this is supposed to be enough to throw him off his feet and into the air. If you take into consideration the laws of physics and momentum it is just not possible. A bullet being shot from a gun does not have the momentum to propel a victim violently

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