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51 minutes ago, mike hunt said:

 

Seeking equilibrium. If an object is denser than the medium it is in, it falls. Everything seeks equilibrium, which is the ground.

So a helium balloon in a vacuum would fall. But in air, would rise.

A rock sitting on the sand at the beach is obviously denser than the sand ( except pumice), why doesn't it sink into the sand whilst seeking equilibrium

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1 minute ago, peter said:

A rock sitting on the sand at the beach is obviously denser than the sand ( except pumice), why doesn't it sink into the sand whilst seeking equilibrium

 

It does sink into the sand?

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On 2/7/2021 at 6:55 PM, mike hunt said:

 

Because everything comes from a ground. Like an apple tree. When the apple gets heavy enough it falls to the ground - where it came from.

 

So a helium balloon has density. A vacuum is the absence of matter, (Though not 100%).

 

So you have a helium balloon whose density is greater than the medium it is in. In this case a vacuum. So it falls to the ground.

 

Hence it is the law of relative density disequilibrium. 

 

Are you a denier of gravity? Explain please why all things fall in down direction. Explain too what you mean with your word 'heavy'.  Helium balloon explodes in vacuum. 

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32 minutes ago, Doctor What said:

 

Are you a denier of gravity? Explain please why all things fall in down direction. Explain too what you mean with your word 'heavy'.  Helium balloon explodes in vacuum. 

 

Helium balloons  fall before they explode in a vacuum.

Are you good at being wrong?

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36 minutes ago, mike hunt said:

Are you good at being wrong?

 

MOD NOTE:

You need to read through the thread that Grumpy Owl gave you. 

You are about to go around and around in exactly the same way as members in that thread. 

That you don't understand how gravity affects the very things that you are trying to use to show there is no gravity is either very poor research and basic understanding or you're on a wind up.. 

Again - read the thread and desist. 

It's all been done before. 

And it stops here. 

This is a FACTS ABOUT SPACE THREAD. 

BC 

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1 hour ago, Doctor What said:

Are you a denier of gravity?

 

The member has been presented with the (locked) thread to read through. 

We are not going through this again. 

Please resist the temptation to respond. 

Thanks 

BC 

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On 12/29/2020 at 3:28 PM, oz93666 said:

 

What is in the military domain is different and not publicized...Back before  2000 , according to Alex Jones and his insiders they had satellites that could read the print in the book you were reading while sitting in a deck chair in your garden ...

 

This is not difficult science just fine craftsmanship in grinding mirrors and lenses .... Hubble facing back to Earth  

 

Nowhere to hide: the danger of satellite spies

https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn26348-nowhere-to-hide-the-danger-of-satellite-spies/

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7 minutes ago, Basket Case said:

 

The member has been presented with the (locked) thread to read through. 

We are not going through this again. 

Please resist the temptation to respond. 

Thanks 

BC 

 

Just to play devil's advocate, technically gravity research is a part of Space Science [ Branches of Space scienceshttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Outline_of_space_science#Branches_of_Space_sciences ].

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22 hours ago, mike hunt said:

Helium balloons  fall before they explode in a vacuum.

 

 

Did you notice he used water in balloon to reinforce, this also limits ability to rise very high.

 

22 hours ago, mike hunt said:

Are you good at being wrong?

 

It does not frighten me. You are bflat. Balloon must have very strong, but also light material to stop this popping.

 

How High Can Weather Balloons Go? - StratoStar

 

Edit: I see once more that you fail in response to the rest of my post.

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21 hours ago, Basket Case said:

 

The member has been presented with the (locked) thread to read through. 

We are not going through this again. 

Please resist the temptation to respond. 

Thanks 

BC 

 

I have responded only to direct claim on space subject. 

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On 2/7/2021 at 7:08 PM, Basket Case said:

 

The FORCE that causes things to go towards the floor - this FORCE - we call GRAVITY. 

GRAVITY is why denser things in a container of various fluids go to their different places. 

No gravity - no movement. 

 

Denser air underneath a helium balloon pushes the balloon up. 

It's GRAVITY that pulls the denser air  down underneath the balloon which then pushes it up. 

No GRAVITY - no air pulled down which then pushes the balloon up. 

 

GRAVITY. 

GRAVITY exists and is demonstrable. 

 

 

I don't know .... lol

 

SECRET OF GRAVITY & COUNTERSPACE

 

 

Gravity cannot exist according to Platonic logic & Field mechanics

 

 

 

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