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Another "space station" flop.

 
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Another "space station" flop.
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Cant wait to hear the cognitive dissonance. Annnnd begin!
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Re: Another "space station" flop.

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Re: Another "space station" flop.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
Please explain.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
Water in zero grab would move around but that’s assuming that is water
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
It's green screen water...it behaves different than blue screen water

Do you even Einstein bro?
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
This is not the glass of water you are looking for. Experimental jar and experimental water. Zero G

It’s all good
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
It's heavy water the kind they use in nuclear reactors
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
Water in zero grab would move around but that’s assuming that is water
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A stationary object will remain stationary until acted upon by an outside force.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
Water in zero grab would move around but that’s assuming that is water
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A stationary object will remain stationary until acted upon by an outside force.
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No lid on jar...no gravity...no globs of water floating in the air

ISS Astronauts are always showing us circus tricks by drinking globs of water floating in air
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
Water in zero grab would move around but that’s assuming that is water
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A stationary object will remain stationary until acted upon by an outside force.
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Then what force settled it to level on the table?
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
perhaps something to do with the same gravity that holds a space station in orbit.
microgravity
would be good to have seen more of the clip, obviously some kind of educational video.
maybe it is used during the rest of the clip.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
perhaps something to do with the same gravity that holds a space station in orbit.
microgravity
would be good to have seen more of the clip, obviously some kind of educational video.
maybe it is used during the rest of the clip.
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Nice try space moggy.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
It's heavy water the kind they use in nuclear reactors
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right that's heavy water... light water would settle like in this video of NASA.



Heavy water remains in the glas... LOL.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
microgravity and surface tension, makes sense to me.
maybe folk should watch more of the video, instead of that tiny clip.
all will be explained.
thanks for playing though.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
Water in zero grab would move around but that’s assuming that is water
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80823226


A stationary object will remain stationary until acted upon by an outside force.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
It's heavy water the kind they use in nuclear reactors
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right that's heavy water... light water would settle like in this video of NASA.



Heavy water remains in the glas... LOL.
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It's Super Duper Heavy Water that stays in a jar with no lid on it...Space is Fun!
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
space is funnest when people think it doesn't exist.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
That zero gravity resistant water is amazing!

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Cant wait to hear the cognitive dissonance. Annnnd begin!
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Chinese fucking up another knockoff.

They cannot do anything for themselves.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
microgravity and surface tension, makes sense to me.
maybe folk should watch more of the video, instead of that tiny clip.
all will be explained.
thanks for playing though.
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Keep coping, it's cute.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
The gravity in that jar is 9.8 m/s 2
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
I want to take a dump in space
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
I want to take a dump in space
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That would be awesome, just imagine if you did and it floated through space for thousandsands of years until one day it entered the atomshere of some alien planet and a couple was out looking at the stars and your turd lit up the sky for a breif moment and the made a wish when they seen it.

hf
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
Water in zero grab would move around but that’s assuming that is water
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80823226


A stationary object will remain stationary until acted upon by an outside force.
 Quoting: Robotanimal


Then what force settled it to level on the table?
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Gravity fool!

they aren’t in a space
station! they on the earth with a little
green
screen trickery. ancient chinese secret huh?
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
velcro holds the glass to the table and the water in the glass.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
It's heavy water the kind they use in nuclear reactors
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80283644


right that's heavy water... light water would settle like in this video of NASA.



Heavy water remains in the glas... LOL.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83758363


Hope she can swallow as graceful as he did.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
velcro holds the glass to the table and the water in the glass.
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vecro stablized the water? you know the water had to be in motion for it to be placed on the table, what force stoped the water from moving and what force is leveling the water?
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
velcro holds the glass to the table and the water in the glass.
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vecro stablized the water? you know the water had to be in motion for it to be placed on the table, what force stoped the water from moving and what force is leveling the water?
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I was joking.
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Re: Another "space station" flop.
velcro holds the glass to the table and the water in the glass.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 80289823


vecro stablized the water? you know the water had to be in motion for it to be placed on the table, what force stoped the water from moving and what force is leveling the water?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 83706268


I was joking.
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I caught that..from asshat. He Will be on here soon to let people know that he explained how foods are held on the table in ISS with velcro and gray tape, not just velcro, and that I'm a lying little shithead who selectively ignores the bits I don't want to hear and then lies about what Astro said so that I can try to call him out because I'm fucking jealous of his intelligence.

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Re: Another "space station" flop.
Water in zero grab would move around but that’s assuming that is water
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A stationary object will remain stationary until acted upon by an outside force.
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Newton's laws of motion are three basic laws of classical mechanics that describe the relationship between the motion of an object and the forces acting on it. These laws can be paraphrased as follows:[2]: 49 

Law 1. A body remains at rest, or in motion at a constant speed in a straight line, unless acted upon by a force.

Law 2. When a body is acted upon by a force, the time rate of change of its momentum equals the force.

Law 3. If two bodies exert forces on each other, these forces have the same magnitude but opposite directions.

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Last Edited by Robotanimal on 06/27/2022 02:14 AM





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