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Propelling to and fro off of nothingness???


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#1 Illogicallylogical

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Posted 7 January 2017 - 09:50 PM

If a pressure is built and contained. That container is awaiting the transfer of it's built up energy, right?

Well does the container contain a pressure inside it as the pressure changes on its outside?

And supposing that pressure were released into nothing, no matterial anything, and devoid of a resistance of any kind. Would that energy transfer to its contain without a resistant conduit in which to transfer. It seems that Newt's 3rd needs a possitive/resistant bearing source to act as the fulcrum needed to propell the container in the equal and opposite direction of release. Why does this not make sense?

Another question( and feel free to move this pne whee it belongs) is why does centrifugal force applied at a certain pitch and speed give a gravitational effect when applied with the subjects at the center of the centrifuge?

A subject situated on the outside of a centrifuge would not feel the gravitational effect, but multiple times the opposite.

Yet flipping the outcome again is the very same thing the earth is applying to we subjects at tje outset of its centrifuge. Yet we feel the opposite effect. Is it possible that a force as weak as gravity is that much more powerful than the force applied by a centrifuge with earth's size and rotation?
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#2 swansont

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Posted 7 January 2017 - 09:59 PM

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