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Offline Kreuzritter

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Re: God's Flat Earth in Scripture
« Reply #105 on: December 07, 2017, 06:15:06 AM »
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  • How is it that Newton's theory of gravitational force, being a "lie", provides precise predictions of the motions of celestial objects as well as the motion of objects on Earth, e.g. free fall or projectile motion, and also of statics upon which enginerring of structures depends?


    Offline happenby

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    Re: God's Flat Earth in Scripture
    « Reply #106 on: December 07, 2017, 09:01:09 AM »
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  • Why do objects in vaccuum enclosures still fall?
    Define "weight".

    Why does this piece of fuzz fall in a vaccuum?
    Weight is dependent on density, not gravity.

    https://whyfiles.org/071questions/5.html
    Why does a can of Coke sink while a can of Diet Coke floats?
    [size=+1]Floating occurs because floating objects displace, or push aside, a certain amount of liquid. If an object displaces more than its weight in liquid, it floats; otherwise it sinks.[/size]
    [size=+1]Density (the mass per unit of volume) determines how much liquid is displaced. Density is usually compared to water, which is assigned a density of 1. Materials sink if (like regular Coke) they are more dense than water, while less-dense materials, like Diet Coke, float.[/size]
    [size=-1]Actual photograph of the experiment as performed in the Why Files lab! Note the Diet Coke breaking the surface on the left.[/size]
    [size=+1]We didn't ask the Coca Cola Co. for their recipe, but we assume that it's the sugar in real Coke that makes it dense enough to sink. We also assume that it's the artificial sweetener in that diet version that's less dense, allowing those cans to float.[/size]
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    [size=+1]If you measure the volume of water displaced by a floating object and compute the weight of that water, it equals the weight of the object.[/size]


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    Re: God's Flat Earth in Scripture
    « Reply #107 on: December 07, 2017, 09:18:08 AM »
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  • How is it that Newton's theory of gravitational force, being a "lie", provides precise predictions of the motions of celestial objects as well as the motion of objects on Earth, e.g. free fall or projectile motion, and also of statics upon which enginerring of structures depends?

    Certainly the equations work.  Nobody really understands what it is though.  In any case, I don't buy that the oceans would sit still on the earth when it's moving as quickly as they claim.  Unrelated to flat earth, but rather to motionless earth.

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    Re: God's Flat Earth in Scripture
    « Reply #108 on: December 07, 2017, 09:25:29 AM »
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  • Certainly the equations work.  Nobody really understands what it is though.  In any case, I don't buy that the oceans would sit still on the earth when it's moving as quickly as they claim.  Unrelated to flat earth, but rather to motionless earth.

    If I put water on a bowling ball in a vacuum, would it stay there, especially when the ball started rotating and then moving?  I don't believe that it would, that the force of gravity would be sufficient to overcome both the centrifugal and external gravitational forces at work.

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    Re: God's Flat Earth in Scripture
    « Reply #109 on: December 07, 2017, 09:28:12 AM »
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  • Certainly the equations work.  Nobody really understands what it is though.  In any case, I don't buy that the oceans would sit still on the earth when it's moving as quickly as they claim.  Unrelated to flat earth, but rather to motionless earth.
    They've had five hundred years to work out the math to make sure it works well enough to pass. But they can't fix things like water surface always being level or water sticking to the outside of a ball, so they divert with pendulums, make up new laws like gravity, and point to the movement of the stars and say, "look over here" or "look over there", in order to change the subject. The globe doesn't work in the real world.


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    Re: God's Flat Earth in Scripture
    « Reply #110 on: December 07, 2017, 10:47:57 AM »
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  • Required reading before making stupid comments about the rate at which things fall.

    Please spare me any Wikipedia or NASA articles or an other pagan opinions. I do not go to satan to learn God's truth. Idiot.
    Catholic Encyclopedia – Heresy, 1913: The Pope himself, if notoriously guilty of heresy, would cease to be Pope because he would cease to be a member of the Church.

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    Re: God's Flat Earth in Scripture
    « Reply #111 on: December 07, 2017, 10:50:11 AM »
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  • How is it that Newton's theory of gravitational force, being a "lie", provides precise predictions of the motions of celestial objects as well as the motion of objects on Earth, e.g. free fall or projectile motion, and also of statics upon which enginerring of structures depends?

    Like I really give a crap about what Newton thinks? What do the Scriptures say? I could care less what some pagan thinks about what God has already revealed.
    Catholic Encyclopedia – Heresy, 1913: The Pope himself, if notoriously guilty of heresy, would cease to be Pope because he would cease to be a member of the Church.

     

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