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JFK’s assassination: a bit of physics - Out of Space

Duncan Steel Nov 22, 2019

[avatar user=”duncansteel” size=”thumbnail” align=”right” /] There are perennial arguments about the circumstances of the assassination of President Kennedy in 1963, and in particular whether more than one shooter is required by the evidence (such as the Zapruder film). Those who know little about physics frequently claim that the sharp backwards motion of JFK’s head as the fatal shot hit him … Read More