The firefighter knows that 16.9 kg of water are emitted from the hose per second, and that the water has a speed of 45.5 m/s when it hits the wall. At the instant when it hits the wall, the direction of the velocity vector of the water is 25.0 degrees BELOW the horizontal. Calculate the average force exerted by the water on the wall, assuming that the vertical component of the velocity vector of the water is unchanged but the horizontal component of the velocity vector is reversed when the water rebounds from the wall.
Try sticking a lightning rod up your a s s the next time it storms. Sounds like a better match for your mentality plus it will probably break you of wanting to get buzzed.
I think she might have felt very happy, because you did the most comforting thing for a cat and carefully wrapped her in a blanket, carried her AWAY from the sound that bothers them, and if there really was a fire, got them into a safer place. Cats can feel when you're happy, scared, sad, angry, or are trying to help. I'm thinking she knew you were trying to save her from something, and she has a great bond with you. She loves you very much, and that's what she's trying to tell you. 3