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my theory on this is proved in freshwater areas-eg lakes etc.they don't have tides.they do have things that are called geotides(I think),but funny it doesn't have tides.The moon orbits us due to sodium molecules attracting each other.the moon also has an atmosphere,so which is made of sodium.so the solar system is balanced maybe by different gases repeling/attaracting each otherTHERE IS NO SUCH THING AS GRAVITONS PEOPLE!!!!im a chef,not a scientist.
the perfect example is the weight thrown into a round flexible trampoline(blue typically,and the planets(marbles) spinning round like pennies in a round funnel.ludacris.
My theory about gravity on earth is that all the gases above our heads is what pushes us down.Would you like me to explain?
why is it that no-one can define what keeps us forced to the earths surface.
..,but all based on what you've been taught.
if someone like me who has no knowledge of physics and chemistry(basic I mean)can explain this and prove it,what does that say about what we are taught.theyre just theories.the perfect example is the weight thrown into a round flexible trampoline(blue typically,and the planets(marbles) spinning round like pennies in a round funnel.ludacris.
Ive read about buoyancy force.That would be the subject here.
If a large air tight ball was pulled to the bottom of the ocean,there would be a negative gravity force at work pushing it back to the surface.water resistance would slow it down ofcourse.But its upward force would be fast I guess.
I think the attraction of all objects is like the water droplet fusing with the one next to it.as if natures common elements feel the need to attract one another.
Question-1If we were on a atmosphereless planet in the solar system,wouldnt we weigh nothing?My answer is yes as there is no atmosphere.
I can only speculate that all things on earth were made at ground air pressure(high pressure),so were all pushed to the high pressure areas-eg-the ground.everything on earth is a compressed mixture of O2,Hydrogen and many more elements.I asked why 1" cube of metal weighed more than a 1" cube of water.The main differences were,that there were 4 oxygen atoms in iron,and only 1 oxygen atom in water.
Oxygen only makes up 21% of our atmosphere,so the oxygen layer of earth could be within the earth?Just like trees turn bad air into good.
What about the trick of finding water using a stick-interesting.Like element at work here maybe.