The Theory of Day and Night

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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #30 on: March 16, 2007, 05:59:50 PM »
Oh jesus. Do I really have to explain this with small words for you babies who haven't done high school yet?

Ther-mal ener-gy is mo-vement of par-ti-cles.
Space doesn't have en-ough par-ti-cles.


How is space not at absolute zero?
Because heat can be transferred through infrared light waves, and as long as there is light the temperature will never reach absolute zero. In addition there are particles in space, just very far apart. VERY far apart in places.
Since there is a different temperature gradient within the partical system (between earth, space, and the sun)  that means theres a change in temperature flow, thus thermal energy travels through space.
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #31 on: March 16, 2007, 06:00:23 PM »
It's all just EM waves.

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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #32 on: March 16, 2007, 06:27:59 PM »
Oh jesus. Do I really have to explain this with small words for you babies who haven't done high school yet?

Ther-mal ener-gy is mo-vement of par-ti-cles.
Space doesn't have en-ough par-ti-cles.


How is space not at absolute zero?

Are you serious?

Space does not have a temperature. Temperature is a function of PARTICLE MOVEMENT.

Read a science textbook or an encyclopedia or something, jesus...
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #33 on: March 16, 2007, 06:52:50 PM »
Oh jesus. Do I really have to explain this with small words for you babies who haven't done high school yet?

Ther-mal ener-gy is mo-vement of par-ti-cles.
Space doesn't have en-ough par-ti-cles.


How is space not at absolute zero?

Are you serious?

Space does not have a temperature. Temperature is a function of PARTICLE MOVEMENT.

Read a science textbook or an encyclopedia or something, jesus...

Guess what, space is not a perfect vacuum.  There are particles and they do move.
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #34 on: March 16, 2007, 06:53:53 PM »
Yes, there are particles in space, but not enough of them to give space a temperature. Even RE pseudo-science admits that space has no temperature.
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #35 on: March 16, 2007, 06:54:59 PM »
Yes, there are particles in space, but not enough of them to give space a temperature. Even RE pseudo-science admits that space has no temperature.

Actually, the deepest of space is around 2.7K due to background microwave radiation.
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #36 on: March 16, 2007, 06:56:28 PM »
Yes, there are particles in space, but not enough of them to give space a temperature. Even RE pseudo-science admits that space has no temperature.

Actually, the deepest of space is around 2.7K due to background microwave radiation.

Details, details.
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #37 on: March 16, 2007, 06:57:33 PM »
Yes, there are particles in space, but not enough of them to give space a temperature. Even RE pseudo-science admits that space has no temperature.

Actually, the deepest of space is around 2.7K due to background microwave radiation.

Details, details.

details are not something FE would know much about.

Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #38 on: March 16, 2007, 07:16:02 PM »
Yes, there are particles in space, but not enough of them to give space a temperature. Even RE pseudo-science admits that space has no temperature.

Actually, the deepest of space is around 2.7K due to background microwave radiation.

Details, details.

If you want details, just look it up.
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #39 on: March 16, 2007, 07:18:41 PM »
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If you want details, just look it up.

The deepest of space is the Big Bang. Of course that part of it will be, or rather was, hot.

Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #40 on: March 16, 2007, 09:27:48 PM »
Your hypothesis is interesting but not totally accurate. The suns (yes, "suns") are actually very small and set into what FE explorers call Earth Pockets. They set at different places and times, creating the illusion of a One Sun.
Suns????

Correct. What we call "the Sun" is actually a group of seven suns, each having its own Earth Pocket. And this is only for our local area. Different lands have different sources of illumination- some lands have none of their own, which makes them unbearably cold and dark, unless they are small enough to be located near the path of a sun from another land.

Light creates heat?


How exactly did you think planets closer to a sun get more heat than those farther away from a sun? Round Earthist Magic?



Because the sun is a big burning ball of gas and makes heat energy as well as light energy.

Thermal energy (not "heat" energy) is based on the motion of particles. There aren't enough particles in space to transmit thermal energy. Go back to high school.
Photons.
Go back to highschool.

The coldest point in space is approximately 3 K.

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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #41 on: March 16, 2007, 10:13:21 PM »
Your hypothesis is interesting but not totally accurate. The suns (yes, "suns") are actually very small and set into what FE explorers call Earth Pockets. They set at different places and times, creating the illusion of a One Sun.
Suns????

Correct. What we call "the Sun" is actually a group of seven suns, each having its own Earth Pocket. And this is only for our local area. Different lands have different sources of illumination- some lands have none of their own, which makes them unbearably cold and dark, unless they are small enough to be located near the path of a sun from another land.

Light creates heat?


How exactly did you think planets closer to a sun get more heat than those farther away from a sun? Round Earthist Magic?



Because the sun is a big burning ball of gas and makes heat energy as well as light energy.

Thermal energy (not "heat" energy) is based on the motion of particles. There aren't enough particles in space to transmit thermal energy. Go back to high school.
Photons.
Go back to highschool.

The coldest point in space is approximately 3 K.

Hey retard, I am the one who talked about photons in the first place. Wake up.
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #42 on: March 16, 2007, 10:46:38 PM »
ok.. i came up with this theory about day and night.. (and i do believe the earth is flat)

so basically its like this

Huge mountains on one side of the flat earth,, maybe an extension of the ice wall (and the earth maybe larger than we think!!).. and that might explain why we dont see the ice wall as well. So as the earth spins.. the mountains block the sun light resulting night! simple as that ;]


and thats how we dont see those mountains in my opinion (based on 1 years and a half of studies)

thoughts?

he comes up with a theory, and the picture includes "Big mountains.. OR something"

Bravo. Not to mention, your theory of the rotating mountains has the world either in total darkness, or total sunlight. GG.
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #43 on: March 16, 2007, 10:53:34 PM »
Hey retard, I am the one who talked about photons in the first place. Wake up.
(Again with the insulting and offenses?)
Photons explain the travel of energy through space.
Duh. Therefore, because of the presence of photons... there are enough particles in space to transmit energy to Earth.

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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #44 on: March 16, 2007, 10:59:04 PM »
Your hypothesis is interesting but not totally accurate. The suns (yes, "suns") are actually very small and set into what FE explorers call Earth Pockets. They set at different places and times, creating the illusion of a One Sun.
And you know this for a fact?
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #45 on: March 17, 2007, 12:12:48 AM »
Your hypothesis is interesting but not totally accurate. The suns (yes, "suns") are actually very small and set into what FE explorers call Earth Pockets. They set at different places and times, creating the illusion of a One Sun.
And you know this for a fact?

Yes.
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #46 on: March 17, 2007, 10:40:54 AM »
I'm sorry, but that is the least likely theory i've heard yet...

Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #47 on: March 17, 2007, 10:46:14 AM »
Your hypothesis is interesting but not totally accurate. The suns (yes, "suns") are actually very small and set into what FE explorers call Earth Pockets. They set at different places and times, creating the illusion of a One Sun.
And you know this for a fact?

Yes.

Proof, besides yours and others word on here, I want proof that there are earth pockets.  Because, by my eyes, unless the gov. put's a sheet over the earth at night, I can plainly see 100's of stars(believe it or not, that would be a sun).

Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #48 on: March 17, 2007, 01:02:15 PM »
Your hypothesis is interesting but not totally accurate. The suns (yes, "suns") are actually very small and set into what FE explorers call Earth Pockets. They set at different places and times, creating the illusion of a One Sun.
And you know this for a fact?

Yes.
How do you know it to be one, a fact, that is?


Note: [Using the following answers only proves you to be an idiot, devoid of capability of thought, because these following answers are only blind followings not requiring any actually knowledge:
"Because the Earth is flat."
"Because it is that way."
"Because I know there are that many suns (or insert any restatement of the original sentences)."]
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Re: The Theory of Day and Night
« Reply #49 on: March 08, 2018, 08:31:40 AM »
How does this prove there is day and night. And in FAQ doesn’t it say that there is nothing on the other side of the “flat earth”