I've always been very mature for my age, both mentally and physically, I even got asked once if I wanted a drink at a restaurant when I was 15. Gore's never affected me, I remember watching the beginning of "The Hills Have Eyes 2" on TV which has *WARNING EXTREME GORE*...a woman covered in blood giving birth to a monster baby and I suddenly realised I was completely expressionless and wasn't flinching or recoiling in horror. I've never experienced any real gore in real life though so who knows what I'd do then.
But Radio Blue Heart's right, it's strange when people will tolerate blood and gore, I remember hearing an interview with someone who read one of their kid's books once and he said it was amazingly gory, like if it was a movie it would be rated for people over 15 only.
Also, science nerd incoming, momentum is actually directly related to velocity (I believe it's Momentum=0.5*mass*velocity^2) and it has more effect on the energy imparted on a body from the moving object than the force does. However, you could also say that the force imparted on the body is equal to that lost by the moving object, which would be equal to the moving object's mass times its deceleration as it impacts the body, which would be huge. But then again, my physics is a bit rusty so I'm not sure which would apply more, but if I know the maths behind it, it'll all be interconnected.
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