# Message from UltimateLifeformGappy in The Ice Wall#flat-earth

2018-12-22 21:19:27 UTC

Is there just a ceiling, then?

2018-12-22 21:19:33 UTC

Dunno

2018-12-22 21:19:37 UTC

Ah

2018-12-22 21:19:44 UTC

Must be to keep us contained i suppose

2018-12-22 21:19:53 UTC

Of course

2018-12-22 21:20:36 UTC

The second law of thermodynamics

2018-12-22 21:20:48 UTC

You cant inflate a tire without a tire

2018-12-22 21:21:07 UTC

You need a barrier to keep everything in

2018-12-22 21:21:11 UTC

Just tires specifically or...

2018-12-22 21:21:44 UTC

Im saying i dont believe we are next to a vacuum with no solid barrier

2018-12-22 21:22:09 UTC

Everything would be sucked away

2018-12-22 21:22:52 UTC

Yeah we'd need some sort of atmosphere surrounding the earth for that

2018-12-22 21:23:09 UTC

Atmosphere would be sucked away

2018-12-22 21:23:31 UTC

Unless gravity exists, but it doesn't

2018-12-22 21:23:41 UTC

Gravity is a myth

2018-12-22 21:26:25 UTC

If there is a ceiling, and there is a vacuum on the other side, would poking a hole in the ceiling kill everyone?

2018-12-22 21:26:53 UTC

No

2018-12-22 21:27:22 UTC

Gravity wouldnt prevent the atmosphere from being sucked away

2018-12-22 21:28:47 UTC

You think the little force of us being pulled to earth is enough to fight the vacuum of space

2018-12-22 21:29:11 UTC

The globe model is a bunch of bs

2018-12-22 21:32:33 UTC

Ok hun fair enough

2018-12-22 21:33:06 UTC

So why does air get thinner as you gain altitude?

2018-12-22 21:35:24 UTC

Also if the earth was flat, wouldn't we have a similar problem with the oxygen falling off the edge?

2018-12-22 21:36:16 UTC

Or does gravity just go the other way on the other side?

2018-12-22 21:47:01 UTC

That would make sense.

2018-12-22 21:47:33 UTC

How would it get back, then

2018-12-22 21:49:46 UTC

ðŸ¤·

2018-12-22 21:50:24 UTC

It's a mystery

2018-12-22 21:50:52 UTC

But my model is a bunch of bs so I guess I shouldn't be talking.

2018-12-22 22:44:15 UTC

<:lul:484994724118134784>

2018-12-22 22:44:47 UTC

You humor me

2018-12-22 22:45:51 UTC

To be clear though space itself isn't a vacuum. Spacecrafts and the like are pressurized and filled with air. Space is relatively empty, which makes for extremely low pressure. This is what causes space to act like a vacuum. It's not constantly sucking.

2018-12-22 22:46:29 UTC

What edge?

2018-12-22 22:46:43 UTC

I know what space is *suppose* to be

2018-12-22 22:47:18 UTC

If earth was a ball the air would fall off the sides and bottom

2018-12-22 22:47:28 UTC

Lol

2018-12-22 22:47:37 UTC

What lol

2018-12-22 22:47:50 UTC

Gravity doesn't just go one way

2018-12-22 22:48:05 UTC

You never proved gravity

2018-12-22 22:48:27 UTC

I thought you believed in it

2018-12-22 22:49:57 UTC