Measuring force.

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    Has anyone ever seen an online resource, or other that has information on the amount of force created by people and objects? Thanks!
     
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    force

    IN which direction and at what velocity? Vertically and stationary, it is whatever they weigh. Under any other condition is is a function of mass and velocity.
     
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