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    Posted on 01:42:19 - 28/11/21 (1 year ago)
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    There is no evidence to suggest the earth is expanding. This is the epitome of pseudoscience.

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    Posted on 12:42:24 - 01/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Obsess much?   


    What a loser.
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    Posted on 20:39:32 - 12/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Guess you are a David icke fan, the only thing that is sure in this universe is the he is one of earth's biggest nutjobs.

    Or you confuse planets with the universe. I'm sure the distance from where I live in Spain is still the same to my hometown in the Netherlands as it was 25 years ago.
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    Posted on 00:08:47 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Utter shite. You grasp of basic phyisics is a joke...

    How can a planet expand? Where is the additional matter coming from?

    The universe expands? Planets do not...

    Thick as shit...

    I will never lie to you. What I say is how I feel...

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    Posted on 17:13:33 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Ok I explained this elsewhere and I'll give the same example here.

    You've all seen a pizza guy making the pizza dough spinning it to stretch it out. And it turns into a nice flat disk cause gravity, ya know.

    Now if we are spinning that same dough in zero g it would want to form into a sphere , minimal outside impacts, just spinning our dough ball bigger and bigger.

    Now put that dough sphere in space and put the heat in the middle , and apply all the toppings on the outside and let it sit and spin and heat from the inside.

    Will the toppings shift over and under each other or will the spinning ball of dough heated from the inside expand?
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    Posted on 18:19:30 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Styledcurve [2493033]

    Ok I explained this elsewhere and I'll give the same example here.

    You've all seen a pizza guy making the pizza dough spinning it to stretch it out. And it turns into a nice flat disk cause gravity, ya know.

    Now if we are spinning that same dough in zero g it would want to form into a sphere , minimal outside impacts, just spinning our dough ball bigger and bigger.

    Now put that dough sphere in space and put the heat in the middle , and apply all the toppings on the outside and let it sit and spin and heat from the inside.

    Will the toppings shift over and under each other or will the spinning ball of dough heated from the inside expand?
    Don't pretend you know anything about this shit because of pizza, this is just plain idiot.
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    Posted on 18:23:15 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Capgros [2088627]

    Don't pretend you know anything about this shit because of pizza, this is just plain idiot.
    Dont think about it too hard. Wouldnt want you to hurt yourself.
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    Posted on 18:24:35 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Capgros [2088627]

    Don't pretend you know anything about this shit because of pizza, this is just plain idiot.

    Styledcurve [2493033]

    Dont think about it too hard. Wouldnt want you to hurt yourself.
    I guess your knowledge doesn't go far beyond Domino's lol
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    Posted on 19:34:40 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Styledcurve [2493033]

    Ok I explained this elsewhere and I'll give the same example here.

    You've all seen a pizza guy making the pizza dough spinning it to stretch it out. And it turns into a nice flat disk cause gravity, ya know.

    Now if we are spinning that same dough in zero g it would want to form into a sphere , minimal outside impacts, just spinning our dough ball bigger and bigger.

    Now put that dough sphere in space and put the heat in the middle , and apply all the toppings on the outside and let it sit and spin and heat from the inside.

    Will the toppings shift over and under each other or will the spinning ball of dough heated from the inside expand?
    Couple things here....

    1. Gravity isn't turning the pizza into a round disk when spun out. That would be centripetal force. In zero G it will behave the exact same way because what makes the earth round is gravity; not the spinning. That second part is really an oxymoron though given that earth doesn't exist in "zero G" because its mass is what generates its gravity.

    2. I feel like it goes without saying.... but the earth isn't made up of pizza dough. The composition is "oxygen 46.6 percent by weight; silicon, 27.7 percent; aluminum, 8.1 percent; iron, 5 percent; calcium, 3.6 percent; sodium, 2.8 percent, potassium, 2.6 percent, and magnesium, 2.1 percent." (Linky)
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    Posted on 20:11:22 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Zailemaos [936636]

    thats some pretty cool magic what movie is this?

    Megan [135372]

    Please dont derail the topic.

    Lewri [1762864]

    Alternatively the science subforum could be kept on topic by removing posts such as this...
    especially when the person who starts them has no real interest in any form of "science-oriented" discussion.

    EDIT: oh i just read the pizza part. well actually if you spin stuff like that at zero g it won't "want to form into a sphere", that's why galaxies have those shapes, why accretion disks exist, why Earth isn't a perfect sphere etc...

    you see, there is a lot you can get completely wrong if you just miss a simple detail. no offense, we are all ignorant until we learn.

    also, as someone else said already, Earth isn't pizza and nothing is "applying" heat to it. it actually loses heat progressively, so it is VERY different from what happens inside an oven.
    maybe it's more similar to a pizza you just took out from the oven which, if anything, can shrink a little, not grow.
    still, we aren't talking about pizzas here.

    you can make the experiment yourself ya know? bite a rock and tell me if it tastes like pizza.
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    Posted on 21:26:48 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Couple things here....

    1. Gravity isn't turning the pizza into a round disk when spun out. That would be centripetal force. In zero G it will behave the exact same way because what makes the earth round is gravity; not the spinning. That second part is really an oxymoron though given that earth doesn't exist in "zero G" because its mass is what generates its gravity.

    2. I feel like it goes without saying.... but the earth isn't made up of pizza dough. The composition is "oxygen 46.6 percent by weight; silicon, 27.7 percent; aluminum, 8.1 percent; iron, 5 percent; calcium, 3.6 percent; sodium, 2.8 percent, potassium, 2.6 percent, and magnesium, 2.1 percent." (Linky)
    Centripetal force under gravity,.


    You want to take gravity out of the equation.

    No


    The dough will spin and obey physics

    Take that same thing and spin it in ZERO G , from dough ball to sphere. Dont try to whack it hard like a teenager, just keep the mass spinning,

    What happenes?
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    Posted on 21:29:41 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Anarchia [2632824]

    especially when the person who starts them has no real interest in any form of "science-oriented" discussion.

    EDIT: oh i just read the pizza part. well actually if you spin stuff like that at zero g it won't "want to form into a sphere", that's why galaxies have those shapes, why accretion disks exist, why Earth isn't a perfect sphere etc...

    you see, there is a lot you can get completely wrong if you just miss a simple detail. no offense, we are all ignorant until we learn.

    also, as someone else said already, Earth isn't pizza and nothing is "applying" heat to it. it actually loses heat progressively, so it is VERY different from what happens inside an oven.
    maybe it's more similar to a pizza you just took out from the oven which, if anything, can shrink a little, not grow.
    still, we aren't talking about pizzas here.

    you can make the experiment yourself ya know? bite a rock and tell me if it tastes like pizza.
    happened? Hmmmm, is they a greater force of gravity in the universe , a celestial gravitational constant  bigger than all else HHHMMMMMMM,

    Not like the black hole cluster at the center of the u iversen is real or anythjng.
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    Posted on 21:50:30 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Styledcurve [2493033]

    happened? Hmmmm, is they a greater force of gravity in the universe , a celestial gravitational constant bigger than all else HHHMMMMMMM,

    Not like the black hole cluster at the center of the u iversen is real or anythjng.
    again, your understanding of how things work at that macroscopic level is too low to avoid misinterpretations.
    we've given you enough informations to disprove your ideas and to set you ready to go deeper in the topic if you do yuor own research on what we are talking about.

    if you want to arbitrary decide what forces are the biggest and have to prevail just because they appear to you in a wrong way, well there is nothing more to discuss in this thread.

    oh, another thing, here you can read more about gravity, the weakest of the fundamental forces of nature. have a good read.

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    Posted on 23:55:09 - 13/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Anarchia [2632824]

    especially when the person who starts them has no real interest in any form of "science-oriented" discussion.

    EDIT: oh i just read the pizza part. well actually if you spin stuff like that at zero g it won't "want to form into a sphere", that's why galaxies have those shapes, why accretion disks exist, why Earth isn't a perfect sphere etc...

    you see, there is a lot you can get completely wrong if you just miss a simple detail. no offense, we are all ignorant until we learn.

    also, as someone else said already, Earth isn't pizza and nothing is "applying" heat to it. it actually loses heat progressively, so it is VERY different from what happens inside an oven.
    maybe it's more similar to a pizza you just took out from the oven which, if anything, can shrink a little, not grow.
    still, we aren't talking about pizzas here.

    you can make the experiment yourself ya know? bite a rock and tell me if it tastes like pizza.

    Styledcurve [2493033]

    happened? Hmmmm, is they a greater force of gravity in the universe , a celestial gravitational constant bigger than all else HHHMMMMMMM,

    Not like the black hole cluster at the center of the u iversen is real or anythjng.
    It's not a cluster, just a single black hole, in our galaxy, not the universe...

    There are trillions of galaxies, but one universe in this reality...

    Really, try and learn before you vomit shit all over the forums...

    I will never lie to you. What I say is how I feel...

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    Posted on 01:37:56 - 14/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    angrysc0tsman12 [1099272]

    Couple things here....

    1. Gravity isn't turning the pizza into a round disk when spun out. That would be centripetal force. In zero G it will behave the exact same way because what makes the earth round is gravity; not the spinning. That second part is really an oxymoron though given that earth doesn't exist in "zero G" because its mass is what generates its gravity.

    2. I feel like it goes without saying.... but the earth isn't made up of pizza dough. The composition is "oxygen 46.6 percent by weight; silicon, 27.7 percent; aluminum, 8.1 percent; iron, 5 percent; calcium, 3.6 percent; sodium, 2.8 percent, potassium, 2.6 percent, and magnesium, 2.1 percent." (Linky)

    Styledcurve [2493033]

    Centripetal force under gravity,.


    You want to take gravity out of the equation.

    No


    The dough will spin and obey physics

    Take that same thing and spin it in ZERO G , from dough ball to sphere. Dont try to whack it hard like a teenager, just keep the mass spinning,

    What happenes?
    You keep wanting to take gravity out of the equation and yet that is literally impossible to do. The earth is round because of its own gravitational force. Spinning has literally nothing to do with this at all.

    But if you are interested, here is a paper on the physics of pizza tossing.

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    Posted on 02:47:17 - 14/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    this thread is stupid
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    Posted on 18:03:08 - 14/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Zailemaos [936636]

    this thread is stupid
    It's always funny to see a stupid person think he is a great thinker, at least it's good comedy.
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    Posted on 01:31:43 - 15/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Zailemaos [936636]

    this thread is stupid

    Capgros [2088627]

    It's always funny to see a stupid person think he is a great thinker, at least it's good comedy.
    go check out the paranormal section
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    Posted on 05:39:28 - 15/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Zailemaos [936636]

    this thread is stupid
    Bitch following me around like this , you cant even help yourself no more, you ain't a hater, you a Fan!

    Gal dang why do people give me so much headspace in their peabrains?
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    Posted on 22:47:39 - 15/12/21 (1 year ago)
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    Zailemaos [936636]

    this thread is stupid

    Styledcurve [2493033]

    Bitch following me around like this , you cant even help yourself no more, you ain't a hater, you a Fan!

    Gal dang why do people give me so much headspace in their peabrains?
    Why do we pay attention to you? 

    It's because you spout pure, brain-damaged bullshit, often on matters of public importance.

    Hounding you is 100% justified, to make sure that other non-scientific people don't swallow your bait hook line and sinker.

    Furthermore, you're an easy target, because you apparently have no idea how low-IQ you sound when you try to talk about science.

    Again, if you stop posting on matters far from your areas of competence, you will no doubt be left alone.

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