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@I-VaPE-ChEMtrAiLS that leaked video with hillary clinton and the other woman doing all the satanic shit isn't it?
@Citizen Z could you change my fe role to undecided please?
i finished my diy cavendish and it worked so im not really sure about things atm
I wouldn't say it's more accurate, i used to be FE but i'm not really any more because it started to really bother me how the fe model cant really make predictions about anything
>So the friction in the air should provide plenty of free electricity
didnt you just say mass * velocity squared
It turns out the "eratosthenes works on a flat earth with a local sun" doesn't fly at all when you actually test it with more than 2 sticks
no other kind of jam is acceptable on a sponge cake tho lets be honest
They literally give the benefit of the doubt and assume a flat earth to demonstrate that it doesnt work
@Goldsteel i did it too, i was off by like 2%
who cares whether or not he did it, you can do it now with much greater accuracy and it works
can't people literally book trips to antarctica though?
they have, i think you just reject it
i don't think they care about what info comes out tbh
EMDrive? or something else
whole article is what one psychologist says
if he invented gravity why was i successfully able to measure it in my own home
youtube channel has my name etc on it so i'd rather not sorry
Got the exact same result as all the other youtube videos i've seen tho
you don't have to take my word for it, i didn't say you should
have you tried that experiment?
i measured a tiny force between masses
got the exact same force with different materials, i did it with lead, a bag of concrete and bowling balls
i didn't use a scale so no
it's literally a plank suspended by fishing line
there's basically no force to resist it so you can use it to measure tiny forces
i also tried it with a bunch of different types of wire and got the same result with all of them
what i measured was an attractive force proportional to the mass, isn't that what gravity is?
maybe that's the case but what i measured here wasn't downward
it appears to be 2 masses attracting each other
but doesn't seem to depend on the material or anything, only the mass
that's why i did it with several different masses
needs a control test surely, on an identical night but without the moon up
how do you know it's the moon doing the cooling
i don't know what it is, but i wouldn't assert that it's the moon before i've tested it without the moon to see
there's basically no liquid water in antarctica is there?
i did a cavendish experiment in a spare room
Because i saw a force between two masses
i didn't believe they would though, thats why i tested it
says it hasn't been replicated but it has, i've done it
It's done in a sealed room and you leave it for literally hours to let it settle
And i tested it before with no masses and got a different result
>hasn't been repeated
why do you post powerpoint presentations that lie to you
And yet i've done the experiment using a bunch of different materials and i got the same result, why is that?
you should get a job with the fbi or something
yes actually i used balls made of every globe earther's favourite material, magnetium
i thought we were talking about the cavendish experiment, i don't see how mirages are relevant
so far the only evidence against it that's been posted is one person who deliberately did it in such a way that they could dismiss it all
you can literally do a cavendish experiment for $10
how much energy does it take to glue some weights to a plank and leave it for a while?
>flat earthers running tests that might prove them wrong
@^Kevin^ how many dimensions do you exist in
i think if you want to figure it out, the easiest way would be to construct a 3d model of the 3 bodies
I can see how we've all been lied to but i'm not sure about the flat earth version either
to hide the truth about the Lord and his creation
I don't have time to go into it right now sorry
<@&484512215764828162> can you update my roles? idk why i have mainstream and globe
-No curvature observed
-Clear editing in space footage
-Hot spots from the sun
@The Gwench is 4G dangerous? they set up a mast not far from my house recently
I've been having headaches and stuff recently, idk if it's caused by that though
Pretty much the entire backbone of the internet is done through fiber cables
could you rephrase that? i don't understand what you meant 😂
@Citizen Z what's the highlighted part mean? i don't understand
Wasn't there that chatbot that started spouting racist stuff when it came into contact with the internet
Don't forget that new technology usually also means new ways to help people
If you're not a pensioner chances are you don't use it
concave earth is a thing to be fair
if its literally in the middle of setting its fine
Looks like a transformer blew itself up
Pretty sure someone on tumblr probably said that there's 62 at some point
I don't get the problem can you explain?
How do you know? just curious how you worked that out
nah i meant how do you know that that's impossible on a globe
i think it's due to more atmosphere for light to pass through when its low in the sky
yeah doesn't everyone agree on that?
wifi routers don't use the same frequency that microwave ovens do
Microwave ovens are 2.45GHz, wifi networks don't use that frequency
yeah but not the frequency that's actually harmful
I don't have any vendetta against you lmao
I just looked on my router, says it puts out 50mW
100-500W according to a quick google
Out of curiosity where do you work?
@The Gwench radiology dept?
i've never seen a long range stabbing, just saying 😂
surely the people in charge of implementing 5g would be exposed to it as well
i had a quick read of the pdf z posted, i'm no scientist but it looks like it's saying that the irradiated rats had a higher survival rate? https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/451782774349627394/531919874960785448/unknown.png
Why would someone lie on the internet?
Do you want to hear an even better joke
Maybe we should take all the good guys with guns and put them on standby
And have some kind of phone number that you can call to get them to come help you
Wait z did you say europe was communist? or did i interpret that wrong
I live here, that's news to me 😂
Can't you use p = f*v and disregard the mass term
Isn't that just drag, how does that relate to gravity
Sounds like you should just ask them to explain it better
It's possible to do it that way, but that's far from the only way
`2. Determine mass with force and acceleration`
Most of it is fairly simple to get your head around
Primarily it's just weight and buoyancy iirc
All the other ones don't have much of an effect in most cases
@jeremy Have you ever asked for evidence of that?
Why do you not consider the cavendish experiment to be evidence?
I've seen people post lots of different ones
The balls on the spandex sheet is a different thing entirely
Perhaps you should just watch the experiments, look at the results and see if they are consistent with the masses attracting
Or you could look and see if there are anomalies in the results
afaik properly done lab experiments generally aren't presented on youtube
So the logical thing would be to repeat the experiment yourself and see what result you get right?
Then I guess all you can do is look at other people's results
I'm just presenting some evidence that i've seen
It appears that when you do a test with sufficient precision, they do attract each other
There are plenty of people who are willing to explain it to you
If you knew about the things that determine weight, couldn't you account for them?
It's about what a system of 3 orbiting bodies will look like at any point in the future, based on their starting position
There's no analytical solution for it right now
Weight is just the force things experience towards the ground
Yes, the trick is to make some assumptions that simplify it
It turns out that if one of the bodies is really small, like a satellite compared to a moon, you can consider the gravity of the satellite to be zero
And it becomes practically identical to a 2-body problem
Remember that the oceans have much bigger masses than satellites, so they experience a much bigger force
For all i know the sun and moon do distort the orbit by a few meters, I don't know
Seems like the best thing you can do is test it yourself
If there's something you don't like about what other people have done, you can fix it
Well it's mass attracting mass remember
The more mass you have, the stronger the attraction
Where have you tried to observe it and failed @Rudi?
You need good precision to be able to do it properly
@jeremy It comes from measuring the angle between the sun and moon at certain times of the month and doing trig with that
Where have you specifically tried to observe it?
The force is weak and would be overpowered by friction after all
It's important to look at what we should expect to see before declaring that it's not there
Unless you get the precision you need to see it
Not seeing something in a place where you don't have the precision to measure it doesn't really prove anything
Oh are you talking about just measuring its angular size?
Could you explain what you're talking about a little bit more?
`but the process he used you would have gotten the same distance to the moon`
i guess the only way you can know that is if you take a second person and try and apply it to the moon
The atmosphere doesn't get that cold as you go up though
Kinda hard to talk with a pile of gifs being spammed
Helium still has weight, a filled helium tank weighs more than an empty one
Weight is the downward force, but it becomes slightly harder to measure if there's a big upward force acting on it as well
Well the balloon filled with helium has both the mass of the balloon and helium
But filling it with helium means that the upward force of buoyancy acts on it too, so it becomes hard to measure the weight
It still has weight acting downwards, there's just a bigger force pushing it up
Well a scale just measures the force pushing down on it, if there's another force present then you won't get a good measurement
Because we don't feel speed, just acceleration
But the acceleration is actually quite small
If you try and figure it out it's actually quite reasonable
No, only the maths that has been shown to represent reality gets used
The whole idea of maths is that it's just a way of describing reality
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