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Dain Ironfoot

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I've sent him tons of links on the subject but he's still determined he's right because "that's the way he was taught in school". There's not many high places here for me to drop 2 objects off of to see the results, so my question is:

How high must we be to be able to observe a noticeable difference in when the two objects hit the ground? How do I calculate the approximate difference of objects hitting the ground? For simplicity let's say the 2 objects I am dropping are: a 2kg 1m square, and a 2kg 1m diameter sphere.