Maybe it's been covered on the other big thread but I don't want to search through the 120+ pages to find it.
I have two questions:
1. If gravity has to be so powerful to keep the water on Earth from falling off, how does it not crush us?
2. How do planes land on a north/south runway when the Earth is spinning/rotating at 1000 +/-mph? It seems it would be hard enough to land the plane going with the rotation, but it seems it would be way harder to do it against the rotation.
I've seen bits of the "air moves with the Earth argument" but don't fully get it.
Very good quesion, indeed. It is nice to see someone using their brain and not just calling FE "tards."
The very explanation from the religion of the scientists ("scientism") as to how graviy works makes it impossible.
We know from the Bible and from experiment (the Michelson/Morley experiment) that the earth DOES NOT MOVE.
But scientism says that gravity is caused by the rotation of the earth itself, as well as the rotation of the so-called molten iron core inside the earth - even though we have never drilled deeper than about 8-10 miles down.
Scientism also says the mass and rotation of the sun cause the gravity which makes the earth rotate about it.
You can see the obvious contradiction of both of these claims: the Bible says the earth does not move, and this was proven experimentally by observation in the Michelson/Morley experiment.
Therefore, both cannot be true.
If there is no movement whatsoever of the earth, there is no gravity.
Also, if you think about it, gravity is sure a magical, omniscient "force" isn't it? It somehow "knows" to keep people on the ground, but yet it allows planes to take off and butterflies to fly? Quite absurd, when you think about it.
In the FE model, there is no such thing, no such magical force, as "gravity." There is only mass and density, or buoyancy. An object falls from any given height because it weighs more than the air - there is no force "pulling" it. A balloon filled with helium rises because it has a buoyancy that is lighter than the air. It's pretty simple and much more elegant that the pretzel-logic that the priests of scientism have tried to foist upon the world.