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A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...

 
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A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
Don't it? DON'T IT!!!!!!
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
No. The density of the Dead Sea's water is challenging the density of the human body. And is winning.
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
No. The density of the Dead Sea's water is challenging the density of the human body. And is winning.
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Density, now that is a measurable concept... unlike gravity.

How do birds fly when "GRAVITY" keeps that big ole moon in the most unexplainable "orbit" as we just fly all over the universe????

How is density the explanation for a fat guy floating but is not considered "cosmically"?
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
Your avatar picture suits your question.
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OP you need to go do your homework.
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
I shake my head.

OP, how do you think the water stays in the lake? Shouldn't it be floating around the sky?

A fat guy floating in a super duper salty lake and you think its from not having gravity? Ugh.
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
No. The density of the Dead Sea's water is challenging the density of the human body. And is winning.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79756233


Density, now that is a measurable concept... unlike gravity.

How do birds fly when "GRAVITY" keeps that big ole moon in the most unexplainable "orbit" as we just fly all over the universe????

How is density the explanation for a fat guy floating but is not considered "cosmically"?
 Quoting: Blan Halen


Fuck you’re dumb.

Gravity IS measurable. F = G*((m sub 1*m sub 2)/r^2), where F is the force of attraction between the two bodies, G is the universal gravitational constant, m sub 1 is the mass of the first object, m sub 2 is the mass of the second object and r is the distance between the centers of each object.

Density lets a fat man float in water because of the interactions between the atoms / molecules. Space is a vacuum, so the density is virtually 0, therefore gravity is the dominating force.

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Don't it? DON'T IT!!!!!!
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If anything it proves gravity is real, the effect of different densities that manifests as buoyancy can only happen within a gravitational field.
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fat floats
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
It is still called the THEORY of gravity; why a theory?

Density explains way more than "gravity".
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Don't it? DON'T IT!!!!!!
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No, it doesn't... Not at all.

So you have no fucking idea what gravity is then?

I'll give you a hint, you need GRAVITY to calculate BUOYANCY.

It's right in the fucking equation you dipshit.

Without gravity buoyancy as you know it wouldn't work and wouldn't be calculable.

P.s. fat people float better not worse you stupid fuck
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
It is still called the THEORY of gravity; why a theory?

Density explains way more than "gravity".
 Quoting: Blan Halen


Ah so you don't know what a theory is either... Gotcha.

How come you have less education than me in 3rd grade?

How the fuck do you reach adulthood this stupid?

You are a medical and psychological marvel you're so fucking stupid
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
It is still called the THEORY of gravity; why a theory?

Density explains way more than "gravity".
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Density doesn't explain shit retard.

Especially in your dead sea example which is about BUOYANCY.

Sweet fuck how can you be this fucking dumb
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
It is still called the THEORY of gravity; why a theory?

Density explains way more than "gravity".
 Quoting: Blan Halen


P.s. if DENSITY works the way you think why can a metal boat float you utter fucking piece of shit waste of human life and perfectly good oxygen calories and every other resource ever put into getting you to adulthood being this fucking stupid
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millennials..

more stupid than useful

more stupid than animal

more stupid than a cucumber


what are we going to do with these idiots
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
Fat Americans float. Fat is less dense than water. Simple concept. Speaking about density, you're denser than a black hole.
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
This is why the rating system should be changed to 1-10.

In this case it should be 0 to negative infinity.
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
How does a helium balloon float?

How does a butterfly fly?

Gravity is still just a theory.

Is this why race cars get so close?
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
How does a helium balloon float?

How does a butterfly fly?

Gravity is still just a theory.

Is this why race cars get so close?
 Quoting: Blan Halen


Just a theory, is like when the black knight says it's only a flesh wound in monty Python.

You're too stupid to be fucking taught.

Butterflies and bees fly the same way everything else does using aerodynamic lift which requires gravity to function...

The only people, that are older than 8, who don't understand the things you asked about are flerfs.

They are dead ass simple, easily explained, and far from mysterious.

How about this you stupid flerf fuck...

You tell us how density explains everything better, why down is down and up is up, and how aircraft work if gravity isn't real.
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
Actually gravity doesnt exist.

Spacetime itself wraps around large
objects.

Gravity is an illusion.
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
Actually gravity doesnt exist.

Spacetime itself wraps around large
objects.

Gravity is an illusion.
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Which means the earth is moving in all directions at one time when you are close to it but to a distant observer it moves in 1 dorection.
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
No, actually it doesn’t. At all.
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Don't it? DON'T IT!!!!!!
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Are you clueless about buoyancy?
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Gravity isn't a force. The earth is moving through spacetime and colliding with you.
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Re: A human, even a fat American, being able to effortlessly float in the Dead Sea really challenges the concept of GRAVITY...
No. The density of the Dead Sea's water is challenging the density of the human body. And is winning.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 79756233


Density, now that is a measurable concept... unlike gravity.

How do birds fly when "GRAVITY" keeps that big ole moon in the most unexplainable "orbit" as we just fly all over the universe????

How is density the explanation for a fat guy floating but is not considered "cosmically"?
 Quoting: Blan Halen



Nice PHOTO, OP. You look good.
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Don't it? DON'T IT!!!!!!
 Quoting: Blan Halen


Helicopters as well.

Even Birds defy so called gravity. Sometimes even penises.
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OP is correct.

Video proves it.
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Don't it? DON'T IT!!!!!!
 Quoting: Blan Halen


No, it doesn't... Not at all.

So you have no fucking idea what gravity is then?

I'll give you a hint, you need GRAVITY to calculate BUOYANCY.

It's right in the fucking equation you dipshit.

Without gravity buoyancy as you know it wouldn't work and wouldn't be calculable.

P.s. fat people float better not worse you stupid fuck
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Imagine having this guy as a teacher or boss.. Jeeez..





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