Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory

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Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« on: March 12, 2014, 06:11:36 AM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #1 on: March 12, 2014, 06:20:18 AM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Have you ever seen a level with a small bubble in a green liquid. There is no air pressure in the sealed unit. Gravity will always keep the bubble up.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #2 on: March 12, 2014, 06:33:23 AM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Have you ever seen a level with a small bubble in a green liquid. There is no air pressure in the sealed unit. Gravity will always keep the bubble up.
LIES!!!!!  The liquid is yellow!!!!! ;D

Anyways, there is air pressure inside the unit.  Otherwise there wouldn't be a bubble now would there?

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #3 on: March 12, 2014, 06:33:45 AM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Air bubbles aren't completely perfectly spherical.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #4 on: March 12, 2014, 06:38:14 AM »
Doesn't look spherical to me.


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« Reply #5 on: March 12, 2014, 06:41:00 AM »
Doesn't look spherical to me.


And why do you think that is?
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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #6 on: March 12, 2014, 06:43:17 AM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Air bubbles aren't completely perfectly spherical.
True but in space it is perfectly spherical. " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #7 on: March 12, 2014, 06:44:08 AM »
You see, an air bubble can only be classes as perfectly spherical IF it can be suspended with no motion and not attached to anything. Can anyone name a situation where this could happen? I can't.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #8 on: March 12, 2014, 06:45:00 AM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Air bubbles aren't completely perfectly spherical.
True but in space it is perfectly spherical. " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">
Yes fair enough but in all fairness, you know what I think about space, don't you?

Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #9 on: March 12, 2014, 06:46:14 AM »
Knowing what you think, and caring what you think are quite separate.
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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #10 on: March 12, 2014, 07:04:03 AM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Air bubbles aren't completely perfectly spherical.
True but in space it is perfectly spherical. " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">
Yes fair enough but in all fairness, you know what I think about space, don't you?
Yes and you will never understand anything about space. It is sad to how many things you miss about the 21th century.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #11 on: March 12, 2014, 07:12:00 AM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Air bubbles aren't completely perfectly spherical.
True but in space it is perfectly spherical. " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">
Yes fair enough but in all fairness, you know what I think about space, don't you?
Yes and you will never understand anything about space. It is sad to how many things you miss about the 21th century.
I gree with you. I will never understand something that I do not believe to exist in the way we have been told and that's my prerogative, just as it is yours to believe that it does.
Either way we are both only going off thoughts and not any actual PHYSICAL evidence. I know you can cite rocket launches and telescopes and radar,laser and video, plus picture evidence whilst also hinging a lot of physicists, which appears to have all the evidence stacked in your court for you to believe all that and fair enough. It just doesn't wash with me with what they show and tell me. I have my own thoughts on what this Earth is and what's beyond it.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #12 on: March 12, 2014, 07:23:28 AM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Air bubbles aren't completely perfectly spherical.
True but in space it is perfectly spherical. " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">
Yes fair enough but in all fairness, you know what I think about space, don't you?
Yes and you will never understand anything about space. It is sad to how many things you miss about the 21th century.
I gree with you. I will never understand something that I do not believe to exist in the way we have been told and that's my prerogative, just as it is yours to believe that it does.
Either way we are both only going off thoughts and not any actual PHYSICAL evidence. I know you can cite rocket launches and telescopes and radar,laser and video, plus picture evidence whilst also hinging a lot of physicists, which appears to have all the evidence stacked in your court for you to believe all that and fair enough. It just doesn't wash with me with what they show and tell me. I have my own thoughts on what this Earth is and what's beyond it.
Nothing wrong with what you said.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #13 on: March 12, 2014, 07:32:45 AM »
You see, an air bubble can only be classes as perfectly spherical IF it can be suspended with no motion and not attached to anything. Can anyone name a situation where this could happen? I can't.
« Last Edit: March 12, 2014, 07:34:51 AM by glokta »
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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #14 on: March 12, 2014, 07:35:57 AM »
Why can't it be in motion?
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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #15 on: March 12, 2014, 07:36:27 AM »
You see, an air bubble can only be classes as perfectly spherical IF it can be suspended with no motion and not attached to anything. Can anyone name a situation where this could happen? I can't.

The problem still exists.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #16 on: March 12, 2014, 11:28:19 AM »
I'm afraid sceptimatic is below the age kids start playing with bubbles in the air, so he can't understand this.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #17 on: March 12, 2014, 04:52:07 PM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Air bubbles aren't completely perfectly spherical.
True but in space it is perfectly spherical. " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">
Yes fair enough but in all fairness, you know what I think about space, don't you?
Yes and you will never understand anything about space. It is sad to how many things you miss about the 21th century.
I gree with you. I will never understand something that I do not believe to exist in the way we have been told and that's my prerogative, just as it is yours to believe that it does.
Either way we are both only going off thoughts and not any actual PHYSICAL evidence. I know you can cite rocket launches and telescopes and radar,laser and video, plus picture evidence whilst also hinging a lot of physicists, which appears to have all the evidence stacked in your court for you to believe all that and fair enough. It just doesn't wash with me with what they show and tell me. I have my own thoughts on what this Earth is and what's beyond it.

Fair enough, "the good thing about science is that it's true whether or not you believe in it." Your just missing out on a universe stranger and more interesting than whatever you could possibly have in your head. You should by a telescope and see the universe yourself, consider all evidence with an open mind and not only debate what you don't believe in but what you do. If you truly opened your mind to our world I suspect you might change your mind.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #18 on: March 12, 2014, 04:58:57 PM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Air bubbles aren't completely perfectly spherical.
True but in space it is perfectly spherical. " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">
Yes fair enough but in all fairness, you know what I think about space, don't you?
Yes and you will never understand anything about space. It is sad to how many things you miss about the 21th century.

Successfully derailed. Can I repeat the question:

So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #19 on: March 12, 2014, 05:01:18 PM »
Doesn't look spherical to me.



Lol. jroa, please think before you post.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #20 on: March 12, 2014, 05:04:20 PM »
To keep the questions from cluttering up other threads I have some questions regarding sceptimatic's claim that gravity is a myth, air pressure is in fact responsible for everything we attribute to gravity. So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Air bubbles aren't completely perfectly spherical.
True but in space it is perfectly spherical. " class="bbc_link" target="_blank">
Yes fair enough but in all fairness, you know what I think about space, don't you?
Yes and you will never understand anything about space. It is sad to how many things you miss about the 21th century.

Successfully derailed. Can I repeat the question:

So first off, please respond to the fact that bubbles are spherical as a result of air pressure acting equally from all directions at once.
Who is this directed to?

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #21 on: March 12, 2014, 05:07:37 PM »
I would say: you, scepticmatic. But I would like an answer, so anyone who is willing to actually answer the question, without an implicit evasion.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #22 on: March 12, 2014, 05:08:08 PM »
Doesn't look spherical to me.



Lol. jroa, please think before you post.
If you had this level in 0 gravity it would look different. The bubble would look like a sphere.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #23 on: March 12, 2014, 05:12:16 PM »
Doesn't look spherical to me.



Lol. jroa, please think before you post.
If you had this level in 0 gravity it would look different. The bubble would look like a sphere.

Are you responding to me or jroa, both?

It is an irrelevant example anyway.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #24 on: March 12, 2014, 05:23:47 PM »
I would say: you, scepticmatic. But I would like an answer, so anyone who is willing to actually answer the question, without an implicit evasion.
Air acts evenly all around the bubble after the bubble has been formed by air entering a liquid and envelopes it. I don't really know how exactly you want me to answer this question any other way.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #25 on: March 12, 2014, 05:30:10 PM »
I would say: you, scepticmatic. But I would like an answer, so anyone who is willing to actually answer the question, without an implicit evasion.
Air acts evenly all around the bubble after the bubble has been formed by air entering a liquid and envelopes it. I don't really know how exactly you want me to answer this question any other way.
If you replace the air bubble with wood it will always flat on top. There is no air pressure in the level. If you had this level in 0 gravity it would be all over the place.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #26 on: March 12, 2014, 05:30:50 PM »
Air acts evenly all around the bubble after the bubble has been formed by air entering a liquid and envelopes it.

Thanks.

I don't really know how exactly you want me to answer this question any other way.

You seemed to do a pretty good job. Well done  ;D


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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #27 on: March 13, 2014, 12:57:32 AM »
Air acts evenly all around the bubble after the bubble has been formed by air entering a liquid and envelopes it.

Thanks.

I don't really know how exactly you want me to answer this question any other way.

You seemed to do a pretty good job. Well done  ;D
So to conclude, air pressure acts equally from all directions.
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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #28 on: March 13, 2014, 01:14:44 AM »
Air acts evenly all around the bubble after the bubble has been formed by air entering a liquid and envelopes it.

Thanks.

I don't really know how exactly you want me to answer this question any other way.

You seemed to do a pretty good job. Well done  ;D
So to conclude, air pressure acts equally from all directions.
Yes, in perfect conditions.

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Re: Questions regarding the Sceptimatic "Air pressure" Theory
« Reply #29 on: March 13, 2014, 01:30:47 AM »
Air acts evenly all around the bubble after the bubble has been formed by air entering a liquid and envelopes it.

Thanks.

I don't really know how exactly you want me to answer this question any other way.

You seemed to do a pretty good job. Well done  ;D
So to conclude, air pressure acts equally from all directions.
Yes, in perfect conditions.
So in your theory air pressure pushes down on things in place of gravity - except for the times it can be proved it doesn't?
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Use your brain. There is no sun in space. You are simply duped.