peter Posted August 20, 2021 Share Posted August 20, 2021 (edited) 6 hours ago, Jikwan said: What i think it means is this If you say that the space that we can see or imagine is in a state of vaccuum...... Then the FE position is if it is a vaccuum how is it possible for a vast amount of gasses/air can exist side by side with it? It cant....it needs a barrier Just like if you had a sealed container having a very strong vaccuum pressure. If the container would be peirced the air would rush in. Thats my understanding of the message Maybe its the wrong understanding i dont care too much to spend time defending it. This is my own view of it: Show me a person that has actually gone to this "outer space" and has brought back credible test results, measurements, weights visual proof of it No one has done that yet Dont tell me all this NASA CGI moonlanding/spacestation trips collecting evidence is the truth Nobody knows what space is...or if there atually is any space up there No one and no thing has been there Outside the dome it could be water This has already been explained by me and others, which your inquiring mind has obviously overlooked. Lets look at it from your perspective then, lets assume the earth is flat and there is a dome and no space or gravity 1 Why then do they only partially fill helium weather balloons to allow for expansion at lower air pressures at higher altitudes, they should be able to ascend right to the dome with no trouble, and why aren't there thousands of weather balloons sitting on the underneath of the dome like balloons on the ceiling at a kids birthday party. ( when I said vacuums don't suck, in the above statement is how they actually work but you will have to think instead of simply regurgitating ) 2 Aircraft generate lift by the pressure differential between the bottom and top of the wing, aircraft also have a max operating ceiling level where there is not enough air to maintain that differential and therefore lift or there is not enough oxygen for the engines to maintain combustion . In the flat earth criteria one would assume that the atmosphere would be constant at every altitude between the earth and the dome and therefore the max operating ceiling level of an aircraft would be negated. Expanding on this ,any aircraft from an ultralight to a jet fighter should theoretically be able to operate at any altitude up to said dome ,but be careful not to crash into it because it's invisible, however all the weather balloons will give a fairly accurate indication as to it's position Outside the dome it could be water, it could also be Jack Daniels or marshmallows Edited August 20, 2021 by peter 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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