No “Gravity” In Space Lie

“Gravity” Between The Earth and the Moon

space-station-gravityauthor-rd  We often see astro-nots performing in their “International Space Station” doing all kinds of gyrations for viewers. They show how things float in space and catching food in their mouths. These stunts are for us to believe that there is no gravity in space. Of course, we know that there is no such thing as gravity period, but just that objects fall; this is another topic. Anyhow, here is something I thought about that I haven’t read in other flat earth literature or seen on flat earth videos and that is: exactly where does “gravity” stop and weightlessness start?

We are told that when in space there is no gravity but we are never told and never shown where this so-called “gravity” stops and where its effect is zero.

I have not seen from NASA or other space agencies of astro-nots going up in space and some point on the way up they show that there is no gravity. This can be shown very easily – IF what we are told is the truth – by showing how much longer it takes for an object to drop to the floor. Why aren’t we shown this? We all know the answer but following along NASA’s line of of “no gravity in space,” let’s continue.

We read in Wikipedia:

The ISS maintains an orbit with an altitude of between 330 and 435 km (205 and 270 mi) by means of reboost manoeuvres using the engines of the Zvezda module or visiting spacecraft. It completes 15.54 orbits per day.

That means that somewhere between the earth and 205 miles up there is no gravity. OK but where does gravity lose its force? In other words, at what altitude does an object takes longer to fall? This should be able to be shown on a video. I haven’t seen any. Or, are we to believe that at a certain altitude up all of a sudden there is no gravity?

Now, even if NASA comes up with a video and information that goes with it, it’ll be fake. Even IF we are told something, then they have to answer another question, which is: At what point in travel to the moon that all of a sudden gravity kicks in again? For example, we are told that the moon has 1/6th the pull of earth. OK, at what altitude did our astronauts feel this? We were never told this.

Tangle Web of Lie

There is a tangle web of lies NASA and others are faced with once one lie is told. Some other questions are:

If the moon is suppose to pull the oceans of the world, and the moon does this from a distance of 237,000 miles, then how can astronauts not be effected by this pull? How can there be no gravity with this range? If the moon pulls on the oceans, this is a massive amount! So, how can there be a place within this force field where there is no gravity?

IF what we are told that heavenly bodies have an attractive force on the smaller bodies how is it that the moon, which is much smaller than the earth, pull trillions of tons of water? Then, once it has this pull, why does it release it?

If the oceans are pulled away from the land why does the ISS, and all satellites for that matter, be pulled further up in space? Why isn’t the ISS, for example, be pulled to the surface of the moon? Hey, we’d get a free ride there. But on the other hand, with such a pull, how in the world can a little rocket leave the surface and fly back to earth?

In short, this is another reason that tells us that “gravity” does not exist, and satellites don’t exist either.

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First and foremost I'm a Christian and believe that the Bible is the inspired word of Yahweh God. Introducing people to the Bible through the flat earth facts.
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