ConspiracyConvince me Space is real
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Space doesn't exist, we're living in a simulation
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By that logic nothing is real so why would you care. On the other hand

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But also by that logic, space is as real as us

And I feel existent but I can't confirm
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Nagisa wrote Space doesn't exist, we're living in a simulation


No
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Sedg wrote
Nagisa wrote Space doesn't exist, we're living in a simulation


No


Have you been to space?
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Convince me it's not real?
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Craig wrote Convince me it's not real?


I and you don't know anyone that's personally been to space. I can't prove it does exist but neither can you
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I'm going to have do some napkin math and assumptions for this, but stick with me. Helium, a noble gas, is able to achieve flight by displacing a certain amount of air. Due to this noble gases extremely low weight, when the combined weight of helium and the material that makes up it's container is lighter than this displaced air, it causes the object to float.

So, lets work with a single liter (L) of helium. At atomspheric pressure, a single L of air is 1.225 x 10^-2 N, or 0.01225 Newtons. The weight of 1 liter of Helium at similar pressure is 0.166 x 10^-2 N, or 0.00166 Newtons. This results in an upward force of 1.059 x 10^-2 N being applied. This would allow a single liter of Helium to lift, roughly, 1.0798 Grams. Let's call it 1 Gram for simplicities sake.

Google tells me the average helium balloon holds about 14 liters of gas. Lets also assume the average latino-native american male in the united states is 5'10 and weighs about 81 Kilo.

Using these assumptions, it would take about 5786 Helium balloons to lift this hypothetical test subject.

I'm going to tie these balloons to your waist and send you to space you window licker
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Scizor wrote I'm going to have do some napkin math and assumptions for this, but stick with me. Helium, a noble gas, is able to achieve flight by displacing a certain amount of air. Due to this noble gases extremely low weight, when the combined weight of helium and the material that makes up it's container is lighter than this displaced air, it causes the object to float.

So, lets work with a single liter (L) of helium. At atomspheric pressure, a single L of air is 1.225 x 10^-2 N, or 0.01225 Newtons. The weight of 1 liter of Helium at similar pressure is 0.166 x 10^-2 N, or 0.00166 Newtons. This results in an upward force of 1.059 x 10^-2 N being applied. This would allow a single liter of Helium to lift, roughly, 1.0798 Grams. Let's call it 1 Gram for simplicities sake.

Google tells me the average helium balloon holds about 14 liters of gas. Lets also assume the average latino-native american male in the united states is 5'10 and weighs about 81 Kilo.

Using these assumptions, it would take about 5786 Helium balloons to lift this hypothetical test subject.

I'm going to tie these balloons to your waist and send you to space you window licker



This doesn't prove space is real, you just described how helium
Operates. Helium balloons burst at around 38K ft from initial ground level. A weather balloon can float until it hits 98K ft before bursting.

Thus this means this test subject wouldn't be able to reach this so-called 'space'
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so like in school they showed me pictures one time that looked real
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