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place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,

 
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place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
I luv science. Just keeping it real.

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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
huh

what about "gravity"?
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
This will not work.
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
Dumbass
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
wtf? floating is due to an absence of gravity not air!
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
You're kidding right?

Everyone knows you need to put 8 jelly beans in the jar to make them float.

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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
LoL!

How do keep the vacuum from sucking out the jelly beans?
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
This will not work.
 Quoting: dereistic

It works in Space.

wtf? floating is due to an absence of gravity not air!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 891624

Our milky-way Galaxy isn't excepted from the Sun's gravity.

It is the absence of air (vacuum) that creates the floatiness of the Planets.

I luv science. Just keeping it real.

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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
got hungry, ate Pluto, it is small you will not miss it!
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
wtf? floating is due to an absence of gravity not air!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 891624

My bagless vacuum cleaner from Wal-mart sucks the gravity off the carpet, that's what makes the dust bunnies levitate and swirl around inside the cannister.
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
This will not work.

It works in Space.


wtf? floating is due to an absence of gravity not air!

Our milky-way Galaxy isn't excepted from the Sun's gravity.

It is the absence of air (vacuum) that creates the floatiness of the Planets.

I luv science. Just keeping it real.

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Oh Caaaaana-duhhhhh.

lol

So, all those astronauts floating in their capsules are now dead and blue from asphyxiation?
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
an inflated ballon will float in the ocean. Using that as the standard definition; Does matter really float in space?
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
an inflated ballon will float in the ocean. Using that as the standard definition; Does matter really float in space?
 Quoting: all_the_kings_horses 918315


The ballon is said to float ON the ocean, not IN the ocean
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
Kudos, Bill Nye 'the science guy'. My child almost choked to death after inhaling jelly beans whilst trying to create this vacuum you speak of.
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
I luv science. Just keeping it real.

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So, what you are really saying, is that the Canadian education
system produces on a per capita basis the same number of Dumbasses as the American education system.
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
GTFO!
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
So, what you are really saying, is that the Canadian education
system produces on a per capita basis the same number of Dumbasses as the American education system.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 917413

Only we do it in a vacuum, we Canadians feel the bitter cold of space right here on earth. :)

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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
There's no such thing as 'floating' in space. It's a perpetual fall. That is all.

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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
I luv science. Just keeping it real.

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So, what you are really saying, is that the Canadian education
system produces on a per capita basis the same number of Dumbasses as the American education system.
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That's funny!

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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
There's no such thing as 'floating' in space. It's a perpetual fall. That is all.

cheers
 Quoting: Maguyver

Cheers bro, but your education is lacking.

Nothing falls forever. Objects fall to the center of gravity, drop something and you'll see the law of gravity in action. Nothing falls around and around the center of gravity, nothing.

I luv science. Just keeping it real.

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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
This is Punisher I'm guessing?
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
There's no such thing as 'floating' in space. It's a perpetual fall. That is all.

cheers

Cheers bro, but your education is lacking.

Nothing falls forever. Objects fall to the center of gravity, drop something and you'll see the law of gravity in action. Nothing falls around and around the center of gravity, nothing.

I luv science. Just keeping it real.

Canadian F
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Perhaps I should be more clear. Floating in space, like those people in orbit around our planet, is an illusion. The object, take the ISS, has enough velocity perpendicular to the earth that as gravity tugs at it, the forward velocity causes the arc of the path at it falls at 32 ft/sec2 to resemble the curvature of the earth, therefore continuing that path, ad infinitum, in orbit around the earth. A perpetual fall. This is a rather simple expanation leaving out the centrifugal forces at work that give a terminal velocity to the fall.

Clear as mud?

I love science, too. Just keeping you honest!

cheers
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
take the ISS, has enough velocity perpendicular to the earth that as gravity tugs at it, the forward velocity causes the arc of the path at it falls at 32 ft/sec2 to resemble the curvature of the earth, therefore continuing that path, ad infinitum, in orbit around the earth. A perpetual fall. This is a rather simple expanation leaving out the centrifugal forces at work that give a terminal velocity to the fall.
 Quoting: Maguyver

"as gravity tugs at it"

Gravity is a constant force, so, then, this constant force "tugging" at the ISS would cause the ISS to spiral closer and closer to where Gravity is, the Surface of the Earth.

I luv science. Just keeping it real.

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OP is a clueless maroon...not to mention, a dumbass as well!!!!!

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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
Keep it real bud!!!

Do not forget to put the lemonhead in there, gotta have a sun after all.
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
take the ISS, has enough velocity perpendicular to the earth that as gravity tugs at it, the forward velocity causes the arc of the path at it falls at 32 ft/sec2 to resemble the curvature of the earth, therefore continuing that path, ad infinitum, in orbit around the earth. A perpetual fall. This is a rather simple expanation leaving out the centrifugal forces at work that give a terminal velocity to the fall.

"as gravity tugs at it"

Gravity is a constant force, so, then, this constant force "tugging" at the ISS would cause the ISS to spiral closer and closer to where Gravity is, the Surface of the Earth.

I luv science. Just keeping it real.

Canadian F
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The velocity and momentum along with centrifugal force oppose gravity creating a nice balance so those nifty satellites that tell your Garmin Nuvi when you should turn stay up in space and do not crash into your roof.

The ISS is staying in orbit how you say?

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punisher, is that you?
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
I think the Jar would break before you could pull that much vacuum
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Re: place 9 jelly-beans in a glass jar, suck the air out creating a vacuum, seal it tight, and watch the jelly-beans float like the Planets in space,
The velocity and momentum along with centrifugal force oppose gravity
 Quoting: Maguyver

Gravity is always a constant, no velocity or momentum will ever oppose gravity, if it does, its moving in a straight and direct path away from earth. For the ISS to remain around earth means that gravity is "tugging" at the ISS, causing the ISS to spiral closer and closer to where Gravity is, the Surface of the Earth.

I luv science. Just keeping it real.

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