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Ant is Not the Strongest Animal Even They Can Lift One Another
#1
Before we even start, people are saying Ant can carry many times of their weight as well as other insect.

Sad to say it is totally incorrect to judge strength based on weight as weight is affected by gravity. It is a fact gravity reacts to density, the less dense you are the less gravity will act on it. Air is very dense therefore it can even exist in the Troposphere layer. Just imagine ant is an air and how many ant can one ant lift the other.

The correct measurement should be density-to-strength ratio and specific strength (strength-to-weight ratio). For example, how much pull force can an ant have, just like stretching a rubber band. If the ant have 1 gram of pull force and it weight 1 gram, as a human of average 75kg, it can pull 75kg worth of force. And if human can only stretch 50kg, it means we are weaker than the ant.

There are many amazing animals (or insects) that have high jumping ability and comparatively to human, we can jump over 5 city blocks. Again this should not be measured directly but based on density and weight.
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#2
Well said YiBin...
Thanks for sharing...!!!
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#3
Thanks for the post.......!!!
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#4
Its all about our dedication for the work which we have to do.....
Just think, When a boy lift a lady who is weighing about 48 kg, Look like so easy for him..
But when the boy lifts a 45 kg gas cylinder, Its look like that how heavy for him.....
That's the main thing........
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(03-11-2016, 02:34 PM)Yu-Hsiang Wrote: Its all about our dedication for the work which we have to do.....
Just think, When a boy lift a lady who is weighing about 48 kg, Look like so easy for him..
But when the boy lifts a 45 kg gas cylinder, Its look like that how heavy for him.....
That's the main thing........

Definitely mr. Yu-Hsiang....
I'll totally agree with you.. It's all about your dedication your work...
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#6
Yes, gravity works in a curve and not gradual.
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