Comedy Time Posted September 29, 2020 Share Posted September 29, 2020 (edited) 5 hours ago, amy G said: Okay, here there are too many assumptions that have never been proven to logically discuss that statement. Rubbish. There are meteorites recorded every single day. You have a problem with a big bang and a fluke planet with life, but not with some magic cosmic Sky Wizard conjuring up all sorts of crapola and building a magic dome. GTFO!! 5 hours ago, amy G said: Not near, but next to without some barrier to separate the two environments, not allowing for them to reach equilibrium. In that sense, it can't. Physics does not allow for it. The audacity of this bloke quoting physics. Physics exactly allows for it and explains it with perfection. 5 hours ago, amy G said: The 2nd law of thermodynamics alone falsifies the idea that space exists in the way that freemasons have been pretending since they first began publishing sci-fi fantasies. LMAO, he quoted fizzix again. What the hell is "enclosed" about the entire universe? It is sweet FA to do with "freebloodymasons". It is absurd for anyone to pigeon hole the entire community of cosmology and other sciences into the nod and wink "one trouser leg hoisted" society. 5 hours ago, amy G said: This thread has numerous posts on why a highly pressurized system like where we live cannot exist next to what amounts to a nearly empty space. Equilibrium must occur as it does everywhere in nature. And it does. The atmosphere gets thinner and thinner as it reaches vacuum....all a product of gravity. Sea level is pressurised from the weight of air above, the higher you go the less pressure, until there is no weight above and no pressure. Progressive and simple. You seem to be under some crazy impression that a vacuum sucks air in?! It doesn't. It is a matter of pressure. If you puncture a hole in a vacuum container, air pressure and air pressure alone will send molecules into the container. If the outside pressure is 5psi it will suck it in slower.The lower the pressure, the lower the flow rate. The higher the altitude the lower the pressure gets until the equilibrium of low pressure/ gravitational attraction and vacuum are as one. Physics and you are not good friends. You know less than nothing about any of this. Your knowledge base relies on uninformed flat earth gossip. Edited September 29, 2020 by Comedy Time Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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