Message from UltimateLifeformGappy in The Ice Wall #flat-earth
Yeah we'd need some sort of atmosphere surrounding the earth for that
Atmosphere would be sucked away
Unless gravity exists, but it doesn't
Gravity is a myth
If there is a ceiling, and there is a vacuum on the other side, would poking a hole in the ceiling kill everyone?
Gravity wouldnt prevent the atmosphere from being sucked away
You think the little force of us being pulled to earth is enough to fight the vacuum of space
The globe model is a bunch of bs
Ok hun fair enough
So why does air get thinner as you gain altitude?
Also if the earth was flat, wouldn't we have a similar problem with the oxygen falling off the edge?
Or does gravity just go the other way on the other side?
That would make sense.
How would it get back, then
It's a mystery
But my model is a bunch of bs so I guess I shouldn't be talking.
You humor me
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.
I know what space is *suppose* to be
If earth was a ball the air would fall off the sides and bottom
Gravity doesn't just go one way
You never proved gravity
I thought you believed in it
So how can you explain the whole not floating away phenomenon?
Also I just figured there's an edge since it's flat
Not sure how it wouldn't have one.
It doesn't just go on forever, after all.
Thats true but the edge is non-existent until we find it which I doubt we will
There can't be a finite flat plane without an edge, hun.
The world isnt infinite to my knowledge
Where does all the oxygen come from, then?
Either an infinite supply is coming from somewhere or it finds its way back after falling off the world's edge.