• Is nasa space center real?

    Do they actually go into space? Is our earth real round like a ball? I’ve been believe this all my life until somebody made me question it. They believe the earth is flat and nasa space are fake and they are Freemasons
    Do they actually go into space? Is our earth real round like a ball? I’ve been believe this all my life until somebody made me question it. They believe the earth is flat and nasa space are fake and they are Freemasons
    19 answers · 21 hours ago
  • What caused the big bang?

    30 answers · 1 day ago
  • How would the absence of space look like?

    Think as if you have reached the edge of space, for all people who believe the universe is finite, you reached a point in space where it ends. No more matter, no more 'space' itself, you are there at the very edge of space. Wat would you see out there? Infinite blackness? Could you enter this domain devoid... show more
    Think as if you have reached the edge of space, for all people who believe the universe is finite, you reached a point in space where it ends. No more matter, no more 'space' itself, you are there at the very edge of space. Wat would you see out there? Infinite blackness? Could you enter this domain devoid of even space? I don't think that's possible. If there is no space, you cannot enter it. But still, what would we you see if you look towards this infinite but undefined region of something that we did even give a name yet.
    22 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why doesn't a helicopter hovering for 12 hours land half way around the globe?

    If a helicopter hovers over the ground for 12 hours why doesn't it land half way around the world? I saw this on a meme that was poking fun at the flat earthers, and I believe in a round Earth. But the question seems legit. Why wouldn't a helicopter that is hovering for several hours not land miles away... show more
    If a helicopter hovers over the ground for 12 hours why doesn't it land half way around the world? I saw this on a meme that was poking fun at the flat earthers, and I believe in a round Earth. But the question seems legit. Why wouldn't a helicopter that is hovering for several hours not land miles away from where it started from?
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do people accept dark matter and energy so easily?

    Isn't it just some hypothetical or imaginary substance created to explain missing mass and rotation velocity to protect the Big Bang model? -- like when Fritz Zwicky was calculating mass of galaxies in the coma cluster he found that it was 160x the expected result. But more recently, Kenneth Nicholson... show more
    Isn't it just some hypothetical or imaginary substance created to explain missing mass and rotation velocity to protect the Big Bang model? -- like when Fritz Zwicky was calculating mass of galaxies in the coma cluster he found that it was 160x the expected result. But more recently, Kenneth Nicholson published a new method using Newton's law of gravitation to explain how the existing mass distribution of a galaxy without dark matter is sufficient to account for the rotation velocity profile. The method divides the galaxy into a series of rings subdivided into constant density segments. Each segment will cause an acceleration on a test mass at a given radius. The total a acceleration at a given radius by the interactions of the mass in the rings with their appropriate densities is then calculated. The method shows that galactic rotation naturally deviates from the virial theorem and flat the rotation profiles come out spontaneously without further assumptions such as dark matter or MOND (source: https://arxiv.org/ftp/astro-ph/papers/03... Gallo and Feng also published "Galactic Rotation Described by a Thin-Disk Gravitational Model without Dark Matter." Large Hadron collider hasn't provided any evidence either. It seems like there are too many hypothetical entities in this model -- dark matter, dark energy, inflation so why do scientists insist upon its existence? Does the model need revisions or an entirely new approach? What do you guys think?
    24 answers · 3 days ago
  • How many journeys around the sun has planet earth enjoyed since coming into being?

    Best answer: "coming into being" has to be defined first: The earliest little lump of dust The first large rock among smaller rocks The primitive dwarf planet, which was flying around the sun at a different distance and duration of orbit very long ago. The combined dwarf planet with another of almost the same size... show more
    Best answer: "coming into being" has to be defined first:
    The earliest little lump of dust
    The first large rock among smaller rocks
    The primitive dwarf planet, which was flying around the sun at a different distance and duration of orbit very long ago.
    The combined dwarf planet with another of almost the same size after a collision, also forming the moon.
    Gravitational influence of Jupiter moving around other planets like the infant Earth, finally pulling it into its present location and orbital period.
    So you see, it is not a straightforward "one year per trip around the sun" calculation. With no definite start of "being" and no firm idea how things were arranged in the earliest times, no accurate guess can be made on the number of journeys around the sun.
    And I don't think there has been any enjoyment in any of those trips. It is called "pathetic fallacy" to give human emotions to inanimate objects.
    18 answers · 4 days ago
  • How do planets orbit the sun perfectly level with each other and also is the same rotation around the sun as the photos and diagrams show?

    How do all the planets orbit the sun on the same axis and same rotation around the sun?
    How do all the planets orbit the sun on the same axis and same rotation around the sun?
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • What will happen to the oxygen on earth if the sun dies?

    Best answer: if the Sun just "went" out (ignoring how that would happen), we'd freeze to death long before we'd start to run out of oxygen.
    Best answer: if the Sun just "went" out (ignoring how that would happen), we'd freeze to death long before we'd start to run out of oxygen.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • What fields of science supports the heliocentric model?

    Or what kind of scientists work around the fact that the Earth is a globe?
    Or what kind of scientists work around the fact that the Earth is a globe?
    11 answers · 3 days ago
  • Will science ever be able to give us an answer "how did it all begin"?

    Before big bang. Or there is no answer? Then what are we? Real or what?
    Before big bang. Or there is no answer? Then what are we? Real or what?
    43 answers · 6 days ago
  • If rockets burns majority of their fuel escaping earths orbit why not send a temporary Earth satellite consisting of rocket fuel first?

    Best answer: Because what would you need the extra fuel for? The whole POINT is you need most of the fuel to escape Earth's gravity, after that the spacecraft continues moving and doesn't need any more fuel except to change direction or to slow down. So there would be absolutely no advantage in this. Remember... show more
    Best answer: Because what would you need the extra fuel for? The whole POINT is you need most of the fuel to escape Earth's gravity, after that the spacecraft continues moving and doesn't need any more fuel except to change direction or to slow down. So there would be absolutely no advantage in this.

    Remember Newton's first law of motion.
    13 answers · 4 days ago