Quote# 9240

[after someone pointed out the last time he said air was needed for gravity, and another time he said it's inertia that is needed for gravity]

No air no Inertia

WITNESS THE REAL, FSTDT Comments 13 Comments [1/30/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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No brain, no sense.

1/30/2006 3:19:59 PM


So, WITNESS THE REAL, with all this \"no air == no gravity\" stuff... if I left a bowling ball in a vacuum chamber on Earth, would it levitate?

1/30/2006 4:24:58 PM


Enough of this nonsense. Has this guy ever even been to middle school?

This is one of those times where I'd really like to know a little bit about the real person behind the screenname. Just out of curiosity.

1/30/2006 5:24:51 PM


Jeremy - you reallllllly don't want to open that can of worms.

1/30/2006 8:06:40 PM


Okay, this has to be a troll.

1/30/2006 9:17:58 PM

Blind Watchmaker

\"No air no Inertia\"

And the moonwalks were all faked, I knew that all along.

That's what happens when you learn physics watching Roadrunner cartoons.

1/30/2006 9:21:58 PM


\"So, WITNESS THE REAL, with all this \"no air == no gravity\" stuff... if I left a bowling ball in a vacuum chamber on Earth, would it levitate?\"
I'd like to put WITNESS THE REAL in a vacuum chamber and see if he would levitate.

1/30/2006 9:55:50 PM


I think I asked this last time - Does it have to be an 80/20 Nitrogen/Oxygen mix? Is there inertia on Jupiter for instance?

Can someone point this moron to a free download of \"Asteroids\".

1/31/2006 9:23:52 AM


No air - no intelligence

1/31/2006 9:24:14 AM


I'm usually opposed to calling people dumbasses, but go take a physics class, dumbass!

EDIT: No, actually, on second thought, calling people dumbasses is quite rewarding.

2/1/2006 1:19:40 AM


Inertial matter, measured by a value of mass, works to occupy, or generate, space. Force is applied by inertial matter in the process of occupying space. The momentum of an object of inertial matter is constant. All inertial space is mass.

As inertial matter exists, displacement of mass, or space occurs. Inertial matter applies a force that causes a volume of displacement and work is done as inertial matter exists. When an object of matter has a velocity relative to space (mass), displacement of the volume of space (mass) is reduced in the direction of motion due to an exchange of momentum, or a collision, in the direction of motion.

The displacement of air/space is inertia.

If you are not sure about physics don't go there with a physics teacher.

2/4/2006 5:18:47 AM


Did you just claim to be a physics teacher? You're the person who said \" There is no force of gravity when their is no air\".

Surely you should be able to obtain a vaccuum chamber if you're a physics teacher and make rocks float. Hell, you can sell that to NASA, make them stop wasting money on the vomit comet and giant water tanks.

\"displacement of mass, or space occurs\"

Mass can be displaced, since two atoms (or objects made of atoms) cannot occupy the same space at the same time but how does space get displaced? The three dimensions will have mass within them but they do not disappear, space still exists within mass and as a fundemental quality has not shrunk, expanded or disappeared.

\"The displacement of air/space is inertia.\"

Please describe how air, mass and space are interchangable. If you knew the definition of these words you would know that mass and space are related, but not the same, and the word air is something completely different.

2/4/2006 1:29:04 PM


I'm sure that will come as a big surprise to all those satan-powered astronauts who've made n moon-walks and repair walks.

2/10/2006 7:01:32 PM

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