My point about NASA and satellites could potentially be very complex, but it ultimately comes down to a few very simple ones that are impossible to argue with:Xexos wrote: ↑2 months agoThat makes sense Afro, but unfortunately the power of indoctrination and brainwashing is just too much. The psychology of humans is very complex, but also very vulnerable especially during growing up or when we start learning and questioning things, the television is like a brainwashing machine and the school is like a factory for indoctrinating children. You'd be surprised of how you could convince some people of doing extreme things if you know how to brainwash them well. The most recent example i can think is the game of Blue Whale that pushed many teenagers to suicide without even the guy meeting them just by understanding the right way to manipulate them.
Also say the lie often and it shall become the truth.
Gravity is not the only thing by the way, i've seen many things like that before and when i see the overwhelming evidence that proves something different from what the masses believe, i find people either insulting, making fun of it, just ignoring it and thinking about anything else. As a human when you have beliefs and you find someone "attacking" those beliefs you feel personally insulted due to man's ego and pride. And you either have to swallow the pill and admit that you've been wrong and you should change your opinions or you just insult or make fun of them as a defense mechanism to comfort yourself and try to "win" the argument and defend your beliefs.
Humans are just very weak.
Look, about the moon thing and astronauts and satellites and space in general, this is a very touchy and uncomfortable thing to talk about because it might sounds so weird and "crazy conspiracy", but i'll talk with you about it with you anyway and i'll present my evidence as i trust that you're open-minded and intelligent enough and that's why i like debating and having discussions with you.
About the question though, we don't really know if people made experiments back then or not, but personally i have seen many experiences like this one for example
Also the reason why those experiments never make it mainstream is because censorship is very common when it comes to "taboo" things like those due to the power of scientism and how people have been made to see scientists as prophets or priests and how science is the solution to everything and shouldn't be questioned. Also no one wants to be mocked or insulted just for using their brains and asking questions because people are just too gullible to do the same and they don't want someone questioning their beliefs as i mentioned earlier. And i would also say that no one would really care enough about questioning such things unless they're weird enough to do so.
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Funny thing is, all the channels i'm subscribed to and discuss such things are channels of Christians. I've also seen that most people who believe in the flat earth or density thing are Christians.
That's not an attack on Christians though, i respect those guys greatly for thinking for themselves and having the balls to say the truth, but i'm just trying to calm down your burning assholes about Muslims.
1) The GPS on your cell phone works extremely well. That requires a network of satellites in space whose positions are very well understood. The positions of the satellites need to be at least as accurate as the position that the satellites give you (think about it), which is quite an impressive feat of engineering and science.
The exception is when the company Uber is using the GPS network. In that case, the estimate of your position might be inaccurate by 10 meters or more
2) We have lots of other satellites in space, and we can track their trajectories extremely well. As an example, look up the orbit of the TESS satellite:
You don't have to be a sheep and just accept these things. You're free to think about them.
The video that you posted has an experiment involving a cup of water and a lid. The reason that the lid doesn't fall off is because of the electromagnetic force. It's being suctioned to the cup, which is enough to hold it in place. It's the same reason why you can take bottle of pepsi, hold it upside down, and not have the pepsi fall out -- the lid prevents the pepsi from falling down.
If you think about it, the water would also not fall out if the cup of water were held standing up -- because the cup has a bottom. The water cannot pass through the bottom of the glass cup, and the glass cup is attached to itself, via the electromagnetic force.
There are four known forces in the universes:
Weak nuclear force
Strong nuclear force
Gravity is the weakest of the four forces. However, unlike the electromagnetic force, there are no positive and negative charges that cancel out, there is only positive mass, which adds up.