Tuesday, July 28, 2015

NERD ACCIDENTALLY PROVES ROCKETS DON'T WORK IN SPACE! (kills NASA)



Published on May 31, 2015 http://weneverwenttothemoon.com

HERE IS THE LINK TO THE ORIGINAL VIDEO BY THE NERD WHO DID MY PROPOSED EXPERIMENT

OTHERS HAVE ALSO COME UP WITH THE SAME IDEA INDEPENDENTLY

EXCELLENT COMMENT FROM AN EXCELLENT VIDEO BY A MECHANICAL ENGINEER EXPLAINING WHY ROCKETS DON'T WORK IN SPACE Tim Parz Rockets burn fuel and the exhaust is pressurized. When the exhaust is released its coming out at a high rate slamming into the atmosphere. It can't move the atmosphere out of the way because there is too much of it so it moves the rocket instead. In the vacuum of space the exhaust is free to escape so there is no force applied to the rocket and the rocket will not propel. Its the same thing as a balloon rocket. The air coming out of it is pushing against the air outside of it creating a force. If you put it on wheels the balloon rocket will roll/propel across the floor or table. If you catch the air coming out of the balloon with a vacuum hose the car will not propel. NASA claims it should propel because it doesn't need to push off of anything. They say its the " unbalanced force inside the balloon that makes it move but the experiment proves them wrong. Rocket DO NOT work in space.

MY REPLY TO MOONHUGGER WHO FAILED TO TRICK PEOPLE WITH HIS VIDEO:

The key observation is that the spray nozzle attached to the hose MOVES IN *THE SAME DIRECTION* as the flow of water. There is no thrust, it is a trick. This video is supposed to be a rebuttal against a video that shows rockets must push off of the atmosphere to move: (THE VIDEO ABOVE)

SAME MOONHUGGER PROVIDES A LINK AND I USE THE FOLLOWING QUOTE IN MY REPLY

EXCELLENT! You proved my point once and for all! Now I can finally stop talking to you. "Pressure supplies the energy to push the water along the pipe. *Each bit of pipe resists the flow."* So, as I was saying, each bit of pipe resists the flow. No flow, no resistance. When there is flow, each bit of pipe resists the flow, the hose tightens and the nozzle attached at the end rises, in the same direction as the flow in the hose tries to straighten out the hose.. *R.I.P. neonjoe529's brain!* (washed too many times with industrial strength propaganda)

EXCELLENT REPLY DESTROYS TROLL

scott merrow +ProjectsBlack Yup and when "satellites" or any matter get hit by light THEY HEAT UP. The same thing that heats the individual molecules (that are too far apart to transmit heat to a satellite LOL) would heat the "satellite" (if it existed) for the same reason...to 2500 degrees CENTIGRADE. electronics wouldn't work too well in that environment dufus troll

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