Okay, let say somebody is dumb enough to try to break a sheet of iron with his bare hand (see MPSIMS… I tried a couple of years ago).
Assume for a moment that the iron is 1/8" x 6" x 12". Assume that the area of impact is 2" x 2" (palm of the hand).
Now, somebody out there certainly has a list of the “strength” of iron. So, how many force/PSI or whatever measurement you want to use would said dummy have to exert to break the iron in two!
Now, can somebody also tell me how much of the same measurement would be required to break 6 concrete slabs (2"x6"x12") stacked with no space between them (the concrete is not baked to be brittle, nor reinforced with little bits of fibreglass, just standard concrete slabs).
I am curious as to the difference in force required between the two so I can gauge just how dumb I really am.
Thanks for your assistance.
What more could you expect from somebody who lets people kick him to the head?