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I doubt also that hydrogen makes it to space when it is liberated but combines with free oxygen molecules to reform into water
QuoteHydrogen appears to be married off with oxygen on earth. Whereas in space hydrogen appears to be happy all by itself!Could that just be because there is a lot of Oxygen around the planet so the Hydrogen atoms which find themselves here will combine with them? Did you see some particular significance in what you wrote?
Hydrogen appears to be married off with oxygen on earth. Whereas in space hydrogen appears to be happy all by itself!
Andrew please stop posting nonsense."You cannot destroy water molecules. You can however change them into something else!"
Water is the only substence that resists all difrent states.
"is thought to be a weak force because it is not understood and it is well known and publicised that gravity is not understood. "Bollocks again. Gravity is thought to be a weak force becaus it has been measured and found to be weak.If I pick up a book I can do so in spite of the fact that I am working against the gravity of an entire planet.That's a weak force. How well understood it is doesn't matter- if we come up with a better theory to explain it we won't suddenly weigh more.Again, I wonder why you write such tosh.
Even short term space flight poses very serious health complications for astronauts.