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the reason why thrust cant work is simplethrust equals = weight in order to have weight we need gravity.
look when water comes out of a hosepipe with high pressure it is simply chucking outweight, and thrust is weight ..
yes the forces are different but lets get back to the thrust in space issue . could a water rocket under high pressure when forcing out its charge into space move forward, would it be said that the rocket would push itself away from its own charge rather than pushing against the void of space in order to move because on earth the charge of water would have weight behind it but would the charge of water in space have weight too!. like on earth a hosepipe will take off under thrust if not held down because its chucking out weight in the form of pounds of thrust . The more weight it chucks out the faster it wants to go up. Can this weight ratio apply in space where weightlessness dominates .
In space, objects have no weight but still have the same mass.
thing is man never went to the moon in the first place alone other planets. For a start when you enter into space the radiation is so strong nothing could survive the trip and live to tell the tale.
thrust equals = weight
thing is man never went to the moon in the first place alone other planets. For a start when you enter into space the radiation is so strong nothing could survive the trip and live to tell the tale. Watch this folks even if you think its not true its still good from a science fiction point of view enjoy. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Ra40cCm-BQ