- Dec 6, 2010
Well you see,pool balls have a minute amount of elastity therefore making a tiny bit of bounce-back iminent,sp?I'm not a physics major or anything but I know a couple of things about the laws of physics governing collisions between rotating spheres. Or at least I think I know, that's why I bought the physics books I do have, to learn the science of the game better.
I'll take a shot at answering your question about the bounce back. Of course, I stand to be corrected by the science guys who know much more than I do but I'll stick my neck out for chopping anyway
1. If the cueball & object ball are the same physical size and weigh the same amount, I don't believe there will be any bounce-back effect on that shot. What would cause the bounce-back?
2. If the cueball is heavier than the cueball but they are the same physical size I don't believe there would be any bounce-back either.
3. If the cueball is lighter than the object ball but they are the same physical size then the cueball could of course bounce-back slightly because it is hitting a heavier ball. I don't have any idea how much lighter the cueball would need to be to bounce-back as far as you made it bounce back but I would think it would have to be much lighter than the object ball, probably so light that you would never get any follow on it when needed.
Why don't you just admit that you hit that shot with a slight amount of backspin on it? It would be much easier than arguing with me.
P.S. You do realize don't you that you are saying you can make a cueball come back towards you without using draw.
Cowboy "got things to do, see you later" Dennis
And because even if I did use draw YOU DON"T WANT TO OR NEED TO!!!!! The best way to make that shot is to stun the cball through the object ball!!
No draw,draw WILL make the object ball go long,you do not want that.Why don't you Just addmit that your still hot about that time I got on your butt for you for telling some poor soul to shoot that shot with draw.You were wrong then and you are wrong now! Good day Sir! John B.