[Neuroscience] Re: Why can't human statue stand?

Ian Stirling root at mauve.demon.co.uk
Fri Apr 28 11:04:14 EST 2006

In sci.physics neo <AbheJet at gmail.com> wrote:
> Suppose there is human statue of cement in standing position. We human
> being can remain in standing position. But why can't this statue remain
> standing even if it is exact like our body?

Modulo differences in mass distribution, it can.
I'd imagine the chest would be significantly heavier.
But, of course it'll stand if it's in the right position.
It's not going to be nearly as stable as a human, because it can't move.

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