Everyone alive knows that the atmosphere doesn’t get sucked into space because of gravity.This magical force we can’t see keeps us alive and kicking…and breathing.But, is it gravity that keeps us breathing?
First, let’s have a look at air pressure.Air pressure is the quantity of air molecules contained in a cubic unit of volume, be it centimeters or inches, or meters or feet.Since we flat earthers are uneducated backward idiots, we went to see what science says about air pressure.So, we found out a thing of two.Actually more than two,
One of the most important is that air is actually a bunch of gaseous chemical elements : Nitrogen (ca. 78%), Oxygen (ca. 21%), Argon (ca. 0.9%).Another important thing is that the atmosphere also have thickness.And pressure.And different temperatures.
Gravity is this magical force, that is exerted by the Earth’s mass.It is always present and everything on Earth and in close proximity is under its influence.Gravity is not exactly the same everywhere on Earth, but is pretty much the same.Will get back to that in a bit.
Why do I talk about air pressure and gravity? Because I have found something very interesting about the relation between the two. Everyone like graphs. They are easy to understand by almost anyone, as long as they are not complicated.
Bellow is a graph that represents the air pressure with altitude :
At sea level, the air pressure is 1013.2 millibars.Around 55 kilometers altitude, the air pressure drops to 0.At 10 km altitude, the air pressure drops to 265 millibars.In percentages, the air pressure losses roughly 73.8% of it’s value between sea level and 10 kilometers altitude.These are the values we need to know for a comparison.
Bellow is a graph that represents the gravity with altitude :
It’s not perfect, but for a comparison, it doesn’t need to be perfect.Gravity varies, but insignificantly, with both altitude and longitude.An object at the Equator will weight 0.3% less than an object at the Poles because of Earth’s centrifugal force and the bulge at the Equator.I am not saying it’s bullshit (but it is) because I am working with what science tells us.Not my values, not my graphs…they all belong to science.
The gravitational acceleration at sea level is 9.8 m/sec².At an altitude of 10 km, the gravity losses 0.32% of it’s value.
Houston, we have a problem.
Gravity losses 0.32% of it’s value between sea level and 10 kilometers altitude, while the air pressure losses 73.8% of it’s value between sea level and 10 kilometers altitude.Now, there are explanations for either why the air pressure varies and how, with altitude, or either why the gravity varies and how, with altitude.However, I could not find a good explanation WHY, if the gravity, which is a constant force, that keeps the atmosphere on a spinning ball Earth, is unable to keep the air pressure of the same atmosphere almost the same between sea level and 10 kilometers altitude.
What is the reasons, or reasons why the gravity is unable to keep the air pressure variations at equal, or almost equal values with altitude, it doesn’t really matter.The fact is that gravity losses 0.32% of its value between 0 and 10 km altitude, while the air pressure losses 73.8% of its value between 0 and 10 km altitude, which means that whatever causes this massive discrepancy, the gravity cannot counter.
Not only that gravity is unable to counter such a sharp air pressure drop, it is also unable to counter MINIMAL air pressure drops.I am talking about winds.Or just a simple breeze.
Winds, be it a breeze, a tornado or a hurricane, are basically masses of air, with different air pressures, that MUST balance themselves.And the air always tries to do that.Just a small difference in pressure and we have a breeze.A 300-400 mb air pressure difference and we got ourselves a tornado or a hurricane.Gravity, for whatever reasons, is unable to counter a minimal air pressure drop.
This is a fact.A breeze is a fact.A tornado is a fact.A hurricane is a fact.
If gravity is UNABLE to counter a minimal air pressure drop, and we all feel the air moving because of these air pressure drops…how on Earth is gravity able to counter the vacuum of space? Gradient or not, it doesn’t matter.The air MOVES when the slightest air pressure appears.The heighest, lowest pressure, (but still higher pressure than the vacuum of space) layer of the atmosphere should “breeze” into space, because gravity cannot stop it.The next layer will also “breeze” into space.And the next, and the next, until NO AIR IS LEFT on Earth.
It is not the gravity that keeps us breathing.It is not the gravity that holds the atmosphere around the globe Earth.There is a barrier between our atmosphere and whatever is beyond that barrier, be it water, be it empty space, be it another dimension.
In such conditions, gravity is an impossibility.There is no such thing as gravity.
Flat Earth Education.