Fake Weightlessness In Space

Weightlessness in space proves there is no such thing as gravity

fake weightlessness

We have all seen the pictures and videos of astronauts in their space walk and those on the ISS as they float along doing their “work.” We are told that there is weightlessness in space. If this is true, by their own words they contradict themselves.

Consider this from what we are told. That the moon attracts the tides of the ocean; that the mass of the moon has enough influence to pull up zillions of tons of water and release it; that all planets, by their mass attract one another, and that the sun does, too.

OK, with that in mind, how can there be no attraction power when astro-nots are closer to the moon than on earth and they are just floating merrily along the way? This is all part of the illusion to help maintain the heliocentric model of the universe.

In reality, we can’t get in space – if space actually exists. There is the earth, its atmosphere, Heaven above, and what is beyond that – I don’t want to guess. Perhaps this is the “outer darkness” that God speaks about. But what it consists of exactly, I know that it’s not stars and planets. Earth is man’s possession and this is where I’m happy to be.

What makes things fall?

In short, what makes things fall is DENSITY. Things that are heavier than air fall – it’s as simple as that! It’s no need for this convoluted thinking to create a thing called “gravity.”

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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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