Message from The pizza in The Ice Wall #civil-debate


2019-04-06 17:48:47 UTC  

Not straight up like air bubbles

2019-04-06 17:49:01 UTC  

Basically yes

2019-04-06 17:49:15 UTC  

So either they are faking it in the huge simulation pool

2019-04-06 17:49:19 UTC  

Or space is water

2019-04-06 17:49:36 UTC  

Or GRAVITY IS OBSOLETE IN SPACE

2019-04-06 17:49:50 UTC  

Also have you heard about that astronaut on the ISS who almost drowned?

2019-04-06 17:49:55 UTC  

And now they all have snorkels

2019-04-06 17:50:04 UTC  

Hmm give me a link can you?

2019-04-06 17:50:09 UTC  

There is still a little bit of gravity at the iss but it is very little so stuff should still move towards earth

2019-04-06 17:50:34 UTC  

Yeah again no gravity in space would not make stuff go straight up as if rising in water

2019-04-06 17:50:48 UTC  

That would be reverse gravity not no gravity

2019-04-06 17:50:53 UTC  

There is no up and down in space

2019-04-06 17:50:55 UTC  

In no gravity it would just float in place

2019-04-06 17:51:01 UTC  

Exactly

2019-04-06 17:51:19 UTC  

That's why the bubbles going fast up is not consistent with zero g space

2019-04-06 17:51:26 UTC  

But consider with underwater

2019-04-06 17:51:33 UTC  

Yes pizza I'll find you a link

2019-04-06 17:51:40 UTC  

It's an absurd story

2019-04-06 17:51:57 UTC  

Depends where the person stands and speed of the object

2019-04-06 17:52:11 UTC  

Might be a leak in his drinking bag?

2019-04-06 17:52:29 UTC  

When he almost drowned?

2019-04-06 17:53:35 UTC  

Heard that could happen

2019-04-06 17:54:13 UTC  

Drowning is possible in space for many reasons

2019-04-06 17:54:14 UTC  

The other thing is he was supposed to be in space and his family got a call saying hurry he is in the hospital almost drowned

2019-04-06 17:54:32 UTC  

And the family was like wtf he's supposed to be on the ISS

2019-04-06 17:54:38 UTC  

So how did he get to the hospital

2019-04-06 17:55:29 UTC  

Link? NASA Has underwater testing facilities in Houston Which they send astronauts to swim with the water and do tests or whatever @Green Knight

2019-04-06 17:56:03 UTC  

its called the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory

2019-04-06 17:58:22 UTC  

Yes many people suspect the ISS is faked in that laboratory

2019-04-06 17:58:37 UTC  

Can't find the story version I read before

2019-04-06 17:59:23 UTC  

"harrowing spacewalk on July 16, 2013, in which water flooded the spacesuit helmet of Italian astronaut Luca Parmitano"

2019-04-06 18:01:29 UTC  

If you read all of it it says it was a water leak was a clogged filter

2019-04-06 18:01:36 UTC  

That was because there was water in the suit and it happened to caused water to leak

2019-04-06 18:01:52 UTC  

Yea a water leak from a filter

2019-04-06 18:01:57 UTC  

Yep

2019-04-06 18:04:31 UTC  

@Green Knight Have you given up finally?

2019-04-06 18:05:56 UTC  

Yeah I know they say the leak was from within his suit

2019-04-06 18:05:59 UTC  

And I'm sure it was

2019-04-06 18:06:08 UTC  

I'm not necessarily sold on space as water

2019-04-06 18:07:04 UTC  

I just find an interesting chain of evidence. 1. The Bible says above the sky is water 2. New science says space could be liquid 3. ISS videos appear to show air bubbles rising as if underwater 4. Astronaut almost drowns in space