Earthly Items On The Lunar Surface Questions.
How long would it take a well tuned ten minute hour glass to empty?
Would an Earthly sundial be of any use at all?
How would you design a lunar sundial to keep Earth time? (That's probably a hard one.)
Would Newton balls travel their arcs the same speed or slower? Or would they start slow then speed up?
Would a top spin longer in lunar gravity than on Earth, or is that governed by another principle?
In a kitchen pressurized to STP are cooking times affected/effected by lower gravity? (Since humans can survive long periods of microgravity, I pressume not a lot of chemestry has a gravity function.)
To be fair, would you have to stand six times farther away from a dart board? Though I can't see lunar gravity giving someone much of an advantage in a regulation dart game. ( I played A LOT of darts thirty years ago.)
Ping Pong, how much of the velocity is gravity based and how much is from smacking the ball?
Has it ever been decided one way or the other if humans can develope and come to term safely in micro or lunar gravity?
Time wasted having fun is not time wasted - Lennon
(John, not the other one.)