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Originally posted by r2d246
So for the 100 billion that went missing you get a two bit basement job of a website that some 12 year old kid could built for free.
With a bunch of fake lunar landing videos on it that were doing in a studio?
You obviously dont care at all that 100 billion went missing for this 5 hours grainy movie you're getting which could easily have been done for a few million dollars.
Originally posted by LifeIsPeculiar
reply to post by XaniMatriX
All i am pointing out is, even if you are right in front of the sun in space, you would't burn up like a match stick, or freeze to death also if you are in the abyss of space
So, how does heat get from the sun to the Earth?
As a matter of proven fact, you will get VERY HOT in space just because the sun shines on you. Space suits are pure white just to reflect as much sunlight as they can. This is not theory at all; and, it was proven LONG before there were missions in space.
The sun gives off radient energy across a wide spectrum; and that reaches earth to warm it. If you were in space, that very same radiation (light, IR,gamma,etc) would impinge upon you, causing YOUR MOLECULES to vibrate at a higher rate, which is what happens in hot substances.
You are proposing that only molecules of a gas are subject to the heating affects of radiant energy. That is simply not the case; for, even solids get hot from radient heat. Case in point: Leave a black cast iron fry pan in the sun. After it soaks awhile, measure its temperature. It will be a great deal hotter than the ambient air ... so, where did its heat come from? Answer: The fry pan soaked up some of the radiant energy that was not absorbed by the atmosphere.
Case two: Do you get a sunburn from the air or the sunlight itself? Answer: The sunlight itself!
If that Iron pan is on this planet then yes, why do you think they cannot just take a thermometer out into space in order to measure the temperature? because it would have no effect on it what's so ever, directed at the sun or not. That is why i was proposing a test flight to deny or confirm these beliefs.
If the sun were to burn people in space, then the higher you get in altitude the hotter it should get no?
Also most of the heat comes from within the planet after the energy has made contact with the planet.
Would it not be possible to launch a small rocket from a balloon like mr baumgartner. Surely once you are up there it would take less power to achieve orbit.
There is a blatant cover up,
The computers they had at that time had so little computing power!!!!
The ball itself would be made out of a strong plexiglass like material. The egg itself would break away in the atmosphere (or on the ground, whatever) giving the ball free roam to roll around.