a reply to: D8Tee
not at all, sorry i was quite vague, spurr of the moment response,
i dont usually do any forum talking, just read. didnt think anyone was going to respond .
i suppose the point i was trying to make was that, from what little i had researched into flat earth, had led me to some youtube videos, which have
nothing to do with the OP other than relating to any scientific arguments made by flat earth theories ,specifically which was the argument that if
space is a vacuum, how do astronauts or even the ships can survive in a vacuum. there was a video about some scientific tests done by the military if
i remember correctly where they put a person into a vacuum, and on a smaller scale in a different video, the guy was putting water and bubble wrap in
a vacuum. a fairly simple test in respect to the bubble wrap and water , as it was a small scale, but still very applicable in concept to the idea of
a pressurized space suit or a human or ship, being in a vacuum. as we are mostly comprised of water, and bubble wrap is basically a suit or ship that
has air in it. when in a vacuum there is no pressure, which is what would hold in the air in the bubble wrap, but in the vacuum it wants to spread out
to fill the space because its empty, i could be mistaken in my science, which is why i am in a weird way asking if this makes sense.
basically, if we have been to space(playing devils advocate), walks and ships, which are pressurized objects in a vacuum,would they actually hold up
to the vacuum ? (im probably missing something about the engineering making it possible, but pulling on the base concept and trying to go from there,
being that in a vacuum things want to expand, that are pressurized, so how would a person or space suit hold up, )
sorry i had too much coffee today, hah
hope this all makes some sort of sense everyone.
edit to say i think im mixing up my topics, this is in a way relatable, more so saying the arguments from all the flatearth stuff about fake space
videos and our actual capabilities of getting into space, all the fake moon landing stuff, and the science of a vacuum and space being a vacuum and
the response of a human in a vacuum, so if they are doing space walks whats stopping the suit and ship and person from exploding ina vacuum, or
boiling from the air leaving the liquids in the body to fill the vacuum, the suit i guess, but how strong would that actually have to be to sustain in
a vacuum? and is what we are told the suits are made of actually strong enough to with stand?
edit on 10-5-2017 by ZosimoS22 because: (no reason given)