The Flat Earth Society

Flat Earth Discussion Boards => Flat Earth Debate => Topic started by: Josef on August 25, 2008, 01:29:21 PM

Title: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 25, 2008, 01:29:21 PM
Ive just thought of something.. In RE, g varies from where you are. It is affected by earths rotation, topography and density of mass, and more?

Since FE accelerates through space to achieve g, it should have the same g all over the surface. Right?

What are the explanations..
1. Conspiracy and false data?
2. Other bodies with pull?
3. Uneven FE body that lets trough dark energy more or less?

Edit:
To avoid further confusion: With 'g' I mean 'apparent gravity'. The 'weight' of you standing on ground fex.
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Roundy the Truthinessist on August 25, 2008, 01:31:39 PM
Prove it.
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 25, 2008, 01:33:12 PM
Prove it.

Damn it. I missed that one.
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Roundy the Truthinessist on August 25, 2008, 01:33:34 PM
 ;D
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: narcberry on August 25, 2008, 01:35:31 PM
The earth's spin changes the gravity?
I think you're getting your macro and micro physics very confused.
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 25, 2008, 01:41:06 PM
The earth's spin changes the gravity?
I think you're getting your macro and micro physics very confused.

While youre at it. How fast are the earth spinning?
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: narcberry on August 25, 2008, 01:41:42 PM
Wait, how many earths are we talking about?
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: ghazwozza on August 25, 2008, 01:53:21 PM
The earth's spin changes the gravity?
I think you're getting your macro and micro physics very confused.

By gravity, he means downward acceleration (which is mostly due to gravity).
The nearer you go to the equator, the larger the centripetal acceleration, making gravity seem weaker (but this is somewhat counterbalanced by the equitorial bulge).
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 25, 2008, 03:11:01 PM
By gravity, he means downward acceleration (which is mostly due to gravity).
The nearer you go to the equator, the larger the centripetal acceleration, making gravity seem weaker (but this is somewhat counterbalanced by the equitorial bulge).

Just a note. Ive never said gravity..
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: narcberry on August 25, 2008, 03:12:52 PM
Please explain how the g is affected by the earths rotation.
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 25, 2008, 03:15:43 PM
Wait, how many earths are we talking about?

Are you trying to be clever and confuse me to death?
Im talking about this FE that we both are on.
How fast is it spinning?
And what does it have to do with varying g on FE?
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: narcberry on August 25, 2008, 03:18:44 PM
In RE, g varies from where you are. It is affected by earths rotation

Explain that part.
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 25, 2008, 03:23:10 PM
Please explain how the g is affected by the earths rotation.

On RE: centrifugal force at the equator. Thats why RE in RET has a slight bigger radius at the equator.

On FE: Yeah, that was kind of my question to you.

Please note that by 'g' i mean 'apparent gravity' or 'effective gravity'. The kind that can be measured quite easy. Guess you dont like that sort?
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: narcberry on August 25, 2008, 03:25:24 PM
How does the earths spinning affect the moons gravity, which is based on the same gravitational constant, g?
Does RET really assert this?
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 25, 2008, 03:29:05 PM
How does the earths spinning affect the moons gravity, which is based on the same gravitational constant, g?
Does RET really assert this?

Do you speak in FET or RET now?
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: narcberry on August 25, 2008, 04:48:55 PM
Hi JOSEf!
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Roundy the Truthinessist on August 25, 2008, 05:15:07 PM
Go easy, narc.  He's not as smart as you.  ;D
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: narcberry on August 25, 2008, 05:15:57 PM
Hi Josef,
I direct you to the title and subject of this thread. In said context...

How does the earths spinning affect the moons gravity, which is based on the same gravitational constant, g?
Does RET really assert this?
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: narcberry on August 25, 2008, 08:23:22 PM
well?
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 26, 2008, 12:17:59 AM
Hi JOSEf!

Dont be childish.

Hi Josef,
I direct you to the title and subject of this thread. In said context...

How does the earths spinning affect the moons gravity, which is based on the same gravitational constant, g?
Does RET really assert this?

You should be a politician, if youre not already. ;)
Please answer straight, instead of answering with another question.
What is it that you dont understand about the topic?

well?

If you think Im going to stay up all night waiting for your replies, then you take yourself a little bit too serious..
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 26, 2008, 11:12:49 AM
Hello again. I would like to know more about dark energy..
How is earth being pushed by DE? To visualize it: would it "bulge" the timespace fabric?
Does it affect matter in the same way, but opposite, that regular matter does?
Does DE work as radiation or waves or.. I really dont know what Im talking about. ;)

The point Im looking for is, could DE affect different parts of FE differently? Like it passes trough, as it does to bend the light (?). And then affect objects on earth more or less..

To explain why fex altitude, and geology in RE changes g.
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: narcberry on August 26, 2008, 08:53:44 PM
How does the earths spinning affect the moons gravity, which is based on the same gravitational constant, g?
Does RET really assert this?
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: dyno on August 26, 2008, 09:08:35 PM
Something about torque on the distorted shape caused by the gravitation to each other.

What is the matter with that?
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 27, 2008, 05:17:08 AM
Something about torque on the distorted shape caused by the gravitation to each other.

What is the matter with that?

Nah, just wanted to know. Fex could one build a model of FE from meassured g in different places.
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: markjo on August 27, 2008, 01:21:03 PM
How does the earths spinning affect the moons gravity, which is based on the same gravitational constant, g?
Does RET really assert this?

Who said that the earth's spinning affects the moon's gravity (gravitation)?  RET says that because of tidal locking, the earth's spinning affects the moon's orbit, but not the moon's gravity (gravitation).
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: Josef on August 27, 2008, 02:00:36 PM
Who said that the earth's spinning affects the moon's gravity (gravitation)?  RET says that because of tidal locking, the earth's spinning affects the moon's orbit, but not the moon's gravity (gravitation).

I dont know. Im ignoring narc, regardless of thread. He is immature, a troll, and have way to much time on his hands.
Title: Re: On RE g varies
Post by: narcberry on August 27, 2008, 05:29:57 PM
Translation: Narc is right, and I have no way to fight him.

Another victory for FE!!!