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On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?

 
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On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
They weren't free-falling around anything?

And were certainly not going 17000mph which would create more G-force.

Earth's gravity is tugging all the way to the moon because the moon's gravity reaches earth during ocean high tides which also bulges the water in my glass during full moon phases only, so why were these NASA astronauts floating?
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09/08/2012 07:42 PM
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
Right here dawg

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09/08/2012 07:48 PM
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
Ever rode in a car OP? I assume you have. Therefore, you must know that when you are cruising along at 70 mph you are certainly not pushed against your seat back. Only acceleration/deceleration causes a force to be exerted on you. The astronauts experienced almost all of their acceleration during liftoff from the earth. After that, it was mostly a constant velocity cruise to the moon.
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
it's all about the cosmic rays, cosmic winds, and generally all things....

....cosmic
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
Ever rode in a car OP? I assume you have. Therefore, you must know that when you are cruising along at 70 mph you are certainly not pushed against your seat back. Only acceleration/deceleration causes a force to be exerted on you. The astronauts experienced almost all of their acceleration during liftoff from the earth. After that, it was mostly a constant velocity cruise to the moon.
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Ah, and I guess that's what makes them float then, wait, why don't I float flying in an airplane after almost all of the acceleration during liftoff from the earth is gone and is mostly a constant velocity cruise to the Florida?

Oh right right, on earth we are subjected to real physics, in space there's no physics right? According to your science? huh!
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
it's all about the cosmic rays, cosmic winds, and generally all things....

....cosmic
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Cosmic winds?

There's wind in the vacuum of space?

How interesting and cosmic wind makes you float?

In what direction? Where the wind blows? How does that work?
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09/08/2012 08:14 PM
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
nobody went to the moon. the SS officiers who ran nasa's apollo program made sure of that.
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
nobody went to the moon. the SS officiers who ran nasa's apollo program made sure of that.
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Speak friend, he was a traitor to his German-land and therefore a traitor to his people and why not be a traitor to mankind while at it?
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
nobody went to the moon. the SS officiers who ran nasa's apollo program made sure of that.
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Speak friend, he was a traitor to his German-land and therefore a traitor to his people and why not be a traitor to mankind while at it?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1973082


when one is a member of the SS, one is automatically a traitor to mankind.
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
ugh. Go to school.
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
SJC is that you?
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
punisher- run out of new material- flat earth, glass sky etc.
should marry dgn or nuju russ.
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
The gravitational forces on the surface of the moon is stronger on the surface than its pull between the earth and the moon.
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
It's called we've been had. There is no moon or space or planets it's all fake or images. These "astronauts" are just actors. Look up the buzz aldridge interview when he talks about the angels of the lord or 1000 pts of light. You will know what is all about.
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
They weren't free-falling around anything?

And were certainly not going 17000mph which would create more G-force.

Earth's gravity is tugging all the way to the moon because the moon's gravity reaches earth during ocean high tides which also bulges the water in my glass during full moon phases only, so why were these NASA astronauts floating?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1973082


The spacecraft they're on isn't firing its engines. Both that and the astronauts are subject to the same forces, so they're both in freefall - there's nothing to push the astronauts against the sides of the spacecraft.

Being on an airplane is different because the plane is constantly generating lift with its engines and wings. You're only going to feel weightlessness on a plane if it stops doing that.
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
They weren't free-falling around anything?

And were certainly not going 17000mph which would create more G-force.

Earth's gravity is tugging all the way to the moon because the moon's gravity reaches earth during ocean high tides which also bulges the water in my glass during full moon phases only, so why were these NASA astronauts floating?
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It's because of the angle.
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
They weren't free-falling around anything?

And were certainly not going 17000mph which would create more G-force.

Earth's gravity is tugging all the way to the moon because the moon's gravity reaches earth during ocean high tides which also bulges the water in my glass during full moon phases only, so why were these NASA astronauts floating?
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Do you know what "free fall" means?
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Re: On the way to the MOON the astronauts were floating anti-gravity but weren't free-falling? How does that work?
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