# DMITRI KRIOUKOV THE PROOF OF INNOCENCE PDF

Next, we are interested in time t0 at which the angular speed of C1 observed by O without any obstructions goes over its maxima, as in fig. In lack of complete information, O interpolated the available data, i. The result of this interpolation is shown by the dashed curve in fig. The real angular speed of C1 is shown by the blue solid curve.

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He went to court to argue the ticket, armed with a scientific paper that mathematically demonstrated that he really had stopped.

He won. Advertisement Krioukov has since posted the entire paper, rather immodestly called "The Proof of Innocence", on the arXiv server. Advertisement So then, according to Krioukov, this triple coincidence created the illusion that the car had never stopped. He goes into some further detail into his introduction about just why the difference between linear and angular velocity is so crucial here: It is widely known that an observer measuring the speed of an object passing by, measures not its actual linear velocity by the angular one.

For example, if we stay not far away from a railroad, watching a train approaching us from far away at a constant speed, we first perceive the train not moving at all, when it is really far, but when the train comes closer, it appears to us moving faster and faster, and when it actually passes us, its visual speed is maximized. This observation is the first building block of our proof of innocence. To make this proof rigorous, we first consider the relationship between the linear and angular speeds of an object in the toy example where the object moves at a constant linear speed.

Of course, all this could most likely have been avoided if Krioukov had actually stopped for more than a split-second, which really would have been the safe thing to do in the first place.

Minor road safety scolding aside, though, I say kudos to the physicist. Also, I have the sneaking suspicion Dr. Krioukov should start working on his Ig Nobel acceptance speech Advertisement Check out the full paper at arXiv. Via Physics Central. Image by thecrazyfilmgirl on Flickr. Share This Story.

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## Physicist Dmitri Krioukov uses math paper to get out of traffic ticket

Another road connects to L perpendicularly at S. In fact, he was sneezing while approaching the stop sign. The Proof of Innocence : Dmitri Krioukov : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive In addition to including colorful diagrams, Krioukov was thorough with his details of the events that transpired: The diagram showing schematically the geometry of the considered case. In making his case, Krioukov prlof that a police officer can perceive a car as not having stopped — even though it really did stop — if three different criteria are met:. Despite kriojkov two different observations at different distances, the train maintains a roughly constant velocity throughout its trip.

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He went to court to argue the ticket, armed with a scientific paper that mathematically demonstrated that he really had stopped. He won. Advertisement Krioukov has since posted the entire paper, rather immodestly called "The Proof of Innocence", on the arXiv server. Advertisement So then, according to Krioukov, this triple coincidence created the illusion that the car had never stopped. He goes into some further detail into his introduction about just why the difference between linear and angular velocity is so crucial here: It is widely known that an observer measuring the speed of an object passing by, measures not its actual linear velocity by the angular one.

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