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Flat Earth Discussion Boards => Flat Earth General => Topic started by: Starman on March 10, 2014, 05:20:59 AM

Title: Difference of 0 G on earth and on the ISS?
Post by: Starman on March 10, 2014, 05:20:59 AM
Look at the difference.

In the vomit comet ( 0G ) there is always a tiny bit of gravity:
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People are not bouncing around because there is no gravity.
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Title: Re: Difference of 0 G on earth and on the ISS?
Post by: SirSpankalot on March 10, 2014, 05:29:56 AM
Starman, you could take anyone of these FE'ers, put them in the ISS and they would STILL think it's a hoax...

something's wrong with them..
Title: Re: Difference of 0 G on earth and on the ISS?
Post by: Starman on March 10, 2014, 05:37:29 AM
Starman, you could take anyone of these FE'ers, put them in the ISS and they would STILL think it's a hoax...

something's wrong with them..
True. They will claim they were drugged and brainwashed.
Title: Re: Difference of 0 G on earth and on the ISS?
Post by: Salviati on March 10, 2014, 09:26:54 AM
In the vomit comet ( 0G ) there is always a tiny bit of gravity:
In the vomit comet the gravity is exactly as it is on the earth surface, minus perhaps a mere 0.3% due to the heigth of the plane, let's say 10,000 meters.
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People are not bouncing around because there is no gravity.
On the ISS the gravity (meaning the gravitational field) is only about some 12% lower than on the earth's surface.

In both cases the apparent lack of gravity is due to free falling.
Title: Re: Difference of 0 G on earth and on the ISS?
Post by: Starman on March 10, 2014, 12:14:54 PM
You are right but it is to show that you can't fake 0 g on earth like the real 0 g on the ISS.
Title: Re: Difference of 0 G on earth and on the ISS?
Post by: Salviati on March 10, 2014, 12:45:34 PM
You are right but it is to show that you can't fake 0 g on earth like the real 0 g on the ISS.
I agree on that.
Title: Re: Difference of 0 G on earth and on the ISS?
Post by: Scintific Method on March 10, 2014, 01:41:52 PM
Look at the difference.

In the vomit comet ( 0G ) there is always a tiny bit of gravity:
(http://)

People are not bouncing around because there is no gravity.
(http://)

Yep, no matter how hard the pilot tries, he/she can never give as smooth a ride as the ISS.
Title: Re: Difference of 0 G on earth and on the ISS?
Post by: Vauxhall on March 10, 2014, 01:46:35 PM
Starman, you could take anyone of these FE'ers, put them in the ISS and they would STILL think it's a hoax...

something's wrong with them..
True. They will claim they were drugged and brainwashed.

Hey, I was drugged and brainwashed.