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Kate Moss

World's Strongest Woman?

1/22/2007 3:20 PM PST BY TMZ STAFF

Possibly. Not likely.


Featherweight waif Kate Moss demonstrated a rather scant grasp of basic physics when she attempted to help move a large Mercedes-Benz stuck in the mud near her home in the English countryside. Darling, remember that momentum is the product of velocity times mass, of which you have very, very little.

But it was brave of Moss to try. The look of considerable anguish on her face says it all ... or was she thinking of Pete Doherty? Dealing with him, now that takes strength.

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Rachel    

Kate Moss makes Paris, Britney, Lindsay and Nicole look like dog sh*t. On her worst day she puts those skanks to shame.
She is hot hot hot

2748 days ago
2.

OK!    

OK, TMZ, and your point?????????????????????????? Where is the story here????????????????????????????????? Who cares :-{

2748 days ago
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Dr Gruv    

she was jacked up

2748 days ago
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sakura    

TMZ, leave that skinny boy...girl alone. At least she's doing something nice for someone. How many other celebs would you imagine trying to push that big old car? Good for her.

2748 days ago
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anon    

Anyone who thinks this nasty, cokeheaded low life is HOT is more stoned than Pete Doherty...

2748 days ago
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Great Dane    

Um, she REALLY needs to eat a chesse burger....she looks horrible, and I'm not quite sure why this story is even on here- this, is not impressive.....

2748 days ago
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Rach    

That photo is so English !

2747 days ago
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Nueton,PHD,Physics    

Not that it really matters here. But your "grasp of basic physics" is probably scant too. Momentum (as a product of mass and velocity) does not apply in that context. Only when you are talking of something in motion.
Rather, consider how much "energy" she could be extracting from her muscles. Doesnt have to do a lot with her mass, less so with 'velocity'(?)

2747 days ago
9.

Jon    

FYI, Momentum is mass * velocity squared. More importantly, though, it is Force, not Velocity, that is applicable here.

2747 days ago
10.

Cecil    

And force = mass * velocity

2747 days ago

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