Message from Hamburger Guy in The Ice Wall #lounge

2019-04-14 17:38:07 UTC  

that first one is literally producing thrust on ignition

2019-04-14 17:38:20 UTC  

can't test rocket in container though

2019-04-14 17:38:21 UTC  

I mean, you actually can touch light. Otherwise you wouldn’t feel heat.

2019-04-14 17:38:23 UTC  


2019-04-14 17:38:31 UTC  

so it's invalid, @Superiorna_Artiljerija

2019-04-14 17:38:32 UTC  

yeah and it does not move cause it is stuck lol

2019-04-14 17:38:38 UTC  

artificial gravitational wave is amplified

2019-04-14 17:38:55 UTC  

it can then be directed towards a target

2019-04-14 17:39:05 UTC  


2019-04-14 17:39:08 UTC  

those first 2 gifs

2019-04-14 17:39:10 UTC  

combine them

2019-04-14 17:39:14 UTC  

You've got no proof of gravity

2019-04-14 17:39:15 UTC  

vacuum a rocket

2019-04-14 17:39:58 UTC  

@Human Sheeple I asked around flat earth communities and they say the Cavendish experiment is not even an experiment and that I'm wasting my time.

2019-04-14 17:40:03 UTC  

Am I?

2019-04-14 17:40:14 UTC  


2019-04-14 17:40:24 UTC  

@Hamburger Guy Dude they measure an ant's fart, it's probably static

2019-04-14 17:40:43 UTC

2019-04-14 17:40:45 UTC  

what does static electricity have to do with this

2019-04-14 17:40:51 UTC  

Look it even has metal balls suspended in mid air

2019-04-14 17:40:56 UTC  

@Superiorna_Artiljerija because the balls are lead

2019-04-14 17:40:59 UTC

2019-04-14 17:41:04 UTC  

Look the voltage increases with elevation

2019-04-14 17:41:08 UTC  

So there's charge

2019-04-14 17:41:13 UTC  


2019-04-14 17:41:14 UTC  

A tiny charge, a tiny acceleration

2019-04-14 17:41:17 UTC  

nothing to do with mass

2019-04-14 17:41:21 UTC  

i think g is related to electric charge yeah

2019-04-14 17:41:25 UTC  

To prove otherwise I have to use balls not affected by static electricity with similar results

2019-04-14 17:41:48 UTC here are some free energy devices for you to make

2019-04-14 17:41:50 UTC  

The scale of the experiment would be huge then, Hamburger

2019-04-14 17:42:05 UTC  

To get similar mass without using lead is fairly difficult

2019-04-14 17:42:14 UTC  

Yeah use hexane, it seems to be unaffected by charge

2019-04-14 17:42:30 UTC  

@Ætos or I could use the same size balls and wait 5 times as long

2019-04-14 17:42:34 UTC  

sheeple, can you prove the video i posted wrong?

2019-04-14 17:42:50 UTC  

The force between the balls is crazy small at that density, though

2019-04-14 17:42:57 UTC  

So how deep is the flat earth? and what is underneath it?

2019-04-14 17:43:05 UTC  

turtles all the way down!

2019-04-14 17:43:06 UTC  


2019-04-14 17:43:24 UTC  

That's why I am making them bigger