Message from Flowzart in The Ice Wall #civil-debate


2019-08-15 14:29:34 UTC  

I’ve been smoking for 40 yea#rs

2019-08-15 14:29:37 UTC  

Years+

2019-08-15 14:29:40 UTC  

Years*

2019-08-15 14:29:59 UTC  

I can prove it with my voice on vc

2019-08-15 16:38:56 UTC  

Yes

2019-08-15 17:45:58 UTC  
2019-08-15 23:30:17 UTC  
2019-08-15 23:30:26 UTC  

Wtf do tou even say

2019-08-16 03:26:12 UTC  

@SirVagabondNYC I remember yesterday you were wondering why the rockets curve instead of going straight up. I think I have an answer. The rocket might be trying to get into orbit until it is ready to go about its business. Not really wanting to debate rn, just wanted to throw that out there

2019-08-16 03:46:39 UTC  

Why do rockets curve when they fly into space instead of going straight up? A: If a rocket just flew straight up, then it would fall right back down to Earth when it ran out of fuel! Rockets have to tilt to the side as they travel into the sky in order to reach orbit, or a circular path of motion around the Earth.

2019-08-16 03:47:09 UTC  

This steering technique is known as a gravity turn, which uses Earth's gravity to help conserve rocket fuel and minimize stress and strain on the spacecraft.This works by rotating the spacecraft until its heavier side is facing down to help curve its flight into orbit.

2019-08-16 03:47:20 UTC  

The technique is also useful when launching from a planet with a thick atmosphere, such as the Earth. Because gravity turns the flight path during free flight, the rocket can use a smaller initial pitchover angle, giving it higher vertical velocity, and taking it out of the atmosphere more quickly.

2019-08-16 03:48:01 UTC  

While flying through the sky, a rocket loses a great deal of its energy as a result of air resistance, and it needs to make sure that it attains a high enough altitude when most of its fuel is used up. That’s why a rocket initially flies straight up very fast, as it needs to cross the thickest part of the atmosphere in the least possible distance.

2019-08-16 03:48:28 UTC  

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/538929818834698260/611768214241804318/Rocket-launch-in-space-diagram1.png

2019-08-16 03:49:34 UTC  

mineyful#4764 the link you posted is too long!

2019-08-16 03:51:20 UTC  
2019-08-16 03:53:01 UTC  

@mineyful also I see one of ur liks were too long use bitly to shorten it

2019-08-16 03:54:00 UTC  

thanks for letting me know, next time i'll shorten them

2019-08-16 05:39:59 UTC  

Makes sense

2019-08-16 05:40:17 UTC  

Gotta use gravity to save fuel

2019-08-16 06:39:02 UTC  

Nice.

2019-08-16 09:03:35 UTC  

Flat earthers are scared of this:
https://youtu.be/o_W280R_Jt8

2019-08-16 09:05:14 UTC  
2019-08-16 09:05:37 UTC  

Flat earthers call everything fake that doesn't suit their beliefs

2019-08-16 09:43:10 UTC  

*like gravity*

2019-08-16 10:38:04 UTC  

Hello, can a flat earther please explain to me how stars work?

2019-08-16 10:38:04 UTC  

Welcome to the Ice Wall!

2019-08-16 10:38:08 UTC  

thanks yeti

2019-08-16 10:50:28 UTC  

Actually, I am curious as to what the Aether is regarded as. Can someone explain please?

2019-08-16 12:25:04 UTC  

no

2019-08-16 15:39:33 UTC  

@Shadow✓ Heyo shadow

2019-08-16 15:39:43 UTC  

Welcome to the ice wall

2019-08-16 15:39:54 UTC  

Where your wildest dreams come true

2019-08-16 15:40:34 UTC  

Lol

2019-08-16 15:44:57 UTC  

Ik u been wanting a good debate

2019-08-16 15:45:21 UTC  

Try sheeple. Indio is here too if you wanna destroy him again

2019-08-16 19:58:55 UTC  

Do not try sheeple lol

2019-08-16 20:54:21 UTC  

@demonwarrior2266 Indio is mostly in 24/7

2019-08-16 20:56:14 UTC  

Hmmm.