P4_01 The Practicality of Ant Man's Shrinking

Robert Savage, Rishan Dev Choudhury, Thomas Rawlins, Adam Hammerton


In this paper we calculate estimates for the density and ground pressure of a human when they are greatly reduced in size, while retaining their initial mass. We found that our estimates far exceed natural values by several orders of magnitude and as a consequence. We also began to discuss how this decreased size would affect one’s sight. Our calculation predict that as a result of having smaller eyes, the minimum angular resolution of one eye would be greatly increased

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