the science of gravity turned on its head

WHY DON’T WE FLOAT ?

WHAT IS THE FORCE KEEPING US ON THE GROUND?

Well i am here writing this to tell you it is NOT gravity

What i am about to suggest  will turn the scientific world upside down, nothing will be the same again, yet this information could have HUGE benefits for all sectors.

gravity-turned-on-its-headIn order for you to understand this, you must first understand the rout of LEAST RESISTANCE is always taken and the POWER and STRENGTH of a simple thing, this thing being AIR, yes air.Now i can see many scratching their heads here thinking, what is this Nutter talking about and i would have been the same, so i understand your thinking at this point. but bear with me on this one.

So lets  show one example of the superior strength of a TINY air pocket ?. We often see shipwrecks on the TV and deep-sea divers, they will go so far until they need to be enclosed in some sort of armour to go further down into the oceans, the further they go the thicker the steel surrounding them ?

A TINY pocket of AIR called a bubble can resist the pressures of the deepest oceans and its HUGE MASS yet technology simple can not  ?.We know the immense pressure of the oceans can not be explored as the pressure is just too much for us mere mortals, yet a TINY LITTLE BUBBLE can withstand these pressures and rise to the surface ?.

Let’s just take a few seconds to understand the importance of this, a bubble can be popped with the touch of a finger on land, yet can withstand thousands of tons of pressure. So why is this ? and what does this have to do with gravity ?.Well we are about to find out folks.

What if i told you gravity was simply the pressure/balance of air? and all including tides could be explained by understanding this one simple subject, again you would think i am nuts.

So here goes first of all we need to look at the effect of air and its relation to things around us.I will show many examples in order to give a sensible understanding of is SUPERIOR POWER, so let’s take a car tire for example, a car weighing in some cases in excess of three tons and in the case of articulated trucks carrying many tons, what is it EXACTLY that keeps them off the ground ?, it is AIR, yes folks a few inches of air, the tyres are filled with this stuff and off it goes, carrying around 24 TONS OF WEIGHT, just think about this folks, 24 TONS OR MORE suspended inches from the ground by AIR ?.

Then we take a look at AIR JACKS they use these in some tyre changing garages, popped under a car they filled with air a RUBBER BAG lifts up a car,yes that’s right a rubber bag not that dissimilar to a whoopee cushion lifts a huge weight.

Then we have shipwrecks, how do the raise them from the ocean floor ? again AIR, they place huge bags inside the wreck, fill them with air and sure enough, up it comes?.

The jet engine, how does it work ?, it sucks in AIR and repels it thus the thrust gives the plane motion/momentum?. But is it DRAGGED or PUSHED ?, this is the question, i would say DRAGGED with a push. Now many will be screaming no it is thrust ?, so let’s walk through this action ?, the turbines spin, they drag huge amounts of AIR into the inlet, then through a means of combustion create a pressure of propulsion ?, so let us now take away the air INTAKE ?, it would no longer work ?. so the jet engine merely takes the air in front and manipulates it into a smaller outlet causing thrust ?.So is it sucking its way through the air or is it pushing ?, a question to ponder i think?.

Think of the combustion engine, without AIR it simply wouldn’t work ?, it takes in air, this is mixed with fuel and ignited, this is then turned into power and this power is transferred to the wheels, that are also RELIANT on air to propel it into motion ?.

Think of a submarine , it is reliant on AIR distribution ?, it uses air to rise through a function of air pockets to navigate through the oceans.

I could go on with examples of air, but i wish to inform not to regurgitate as most do in one way or another.

So air on earth works in a similar way to Einstein’s relativity theory, yes i know it sounds nuts, just bear with me.Let us take into consideration the ionosphere and what it actually does, imagine an air bed, not pumped up to bursting point, but pumped up enough to withstand a weight or mass.then put a small weight or child at one end, then place a larger weight the other end and see what happens, the AIR forced by the larger weight will lift the smaller weight or the child .

Well a similar thing happens on earth, imagine having a FEATHER placed upon your head ?, a tiny force of no significance ?, now let’s place a billion feathers upon your head ?.I understand this is hard to grasp, so let’s do it with PAPER?, a sheet of paper weighs virtually nothing ?, but a A4 pack bought from the shop weighs much more ?. So imagine this with AIR, as we walk through it, it has little NOTICEABLE effect, a bit like a plastic ball has little effect?, yet in a BALL POOL you will feel the effect of these tiny balls as you try to walk you will feel resistance as the balls are pushed and rearrange themselves as your movement displaces them ?. Now this is within a VERY small scale when compared to the MASS OF AIR above you on earth ?

Maybe the penny is starting to drop now, but i will carry on regardless, let us UNDERSTAND how air works, as i feel most don’t truly understand and to be honest don’t  actually care ?.So let’s picture a SINKING SHIP, what actually happens here ?, the ship suffers some sort of intake of water and the WATER fills EVERY TINY GAP ?, even the people aboard intake the water instead of air ?, and they drown ?, so AIR is replaced with WATER ?, and water being heavier than air the ship sinks ?. BUT before the ship sank, it had AIR trapped inside ?, the force of the sea CRUSHED the air out of it ?>>> yet a TINY BUBBLE FLOATS to the surface from the depths of the sea ??:)).This tiny bubble holds the answer to life and earth.

Why Can a tiny bubble survive, yet STEEL succumb to the oceans ? Explain this one folks ?> many will say buoyancy ? and i can understand their logic, but it simply isn’t the case. Think of AIR, what does it ALWAYS do ? it RETURNS TO SENDER ?,it will always return to the surface and REFORM into a huge mass of air.

Air can not be eradicated, it may be turned into a new KIND OF AIR>>> CO2 ?? but it is STILL AIR ??? it may be sucked through an engine > BUT IT IS STILL AIR ?

Then earth own natural ecosystem evaluates this toxic air through trees and grass and acts as a laundry service, cleaning all the wast and returning it as clean air once again, but this is a whole new story.Then we have FIRE ???. let suppose we are WRONG? as to how it actually grows, let’s suppose the HEAT of fire is pushing against cold air and displacing it ?, we could have a WHOLE NEW BATTLEGROUND on fire ??. Just actually take time to THINK ???.Let us take the experiment with a naked flame, we place a dome over it and starve it of air?, but do we?, could it be we have merely stopped the air around the fire being displaced ? why can ASTRONAUTS live in space for MONTHS in EXTREME heat ?> yet fireman, can only have SECONDS in a burning building ?.

Before i carry on> just remember FIREMEN can only stay in buildings on fire for minutes ? yet SPACE STATIONS stay in orbit for YEARS ???> and not a TINY bit of distortion appears on ANY STICKER OR PAINTING ?> all nasa and US/UK signage stay BRAND NEW ??> what paint can WITHSTAND 3000 degrees ???

 Anyway getting back to the point, it is hard to explain, but imagine a crisp packet, blow it up and it feels FAIRLY solid ? if we sealed it, it seems to be fairly solid ?,this is because the air around it has little resistance. yet get that same crisp packet and try to sink it in a barrel of water, it won’t sink until it fills with water ? as the air is trying to return to sender, it is trying to maintain earth’s natural air pressure and balance.

Take a cartoned drink, they type you get with a straw and pop it through the seal in order to drink it, now BEFORE you pop the seal it has some sort of strength in its packaging, the liquid inside gives it rigidity, yet once the seal is pierced it loses its strength, then as we suck the straw consuming the tasty beverage within, we see the packaging being sucked in and it becomes harder to suck out the juice, but one we stop sucking we hear AIR rushing into the carton replacing the liquid and the carton reforms in shape to a point. as the BALANCE OF AIR is resumed.

Some would say, so what about a vacuum, well the same principles apply, this can be easily shown with a balloon, place a balloon within a clear tube , then gradually remove the air within it, what happens to the balloon ?, it stretches to the length of the tube, as the air in the balloon is trying to fill the void and maintain earth’s natural pressure.If we kept pumping all the air out of the tube, eventually we would reach a point when the air pressure outside the tube would be so immense, it would crush the tube in order to fill the void, so why is this ?, it is because we have artificially removed air from within the tube, we have disturbed the balance of air pressure in and around  the tube.

Now let’s take the same experiment and use a steel ball, we will see no reaction upon the ball, this is because the steel retains virtually no air, the vacuum would be faster as there is less air inside the chamber. again if we kept pumping out the air, the chamber would eventually succumb to the mass force of air around it.

Let us further understand airs significance and strength, Any mechanic will tell you when air gets into a hydraulic breaking system it is a huge problem, basically brakes work by a system that places immense pressure through brake pipes, this then squeezes the brake pads onto the disc causing it to stop the car, yet a TINY bit of air stops the full thing working, as the air can not be compressed within the brake fluid, and the ir must be removed to regain the pressure needed to regain strength. So a tiny air bubble brings the force of HYDRAULICS to a worthless effort,  now remember the strength of hydraulics, they are used in all sorts of very powerful devices, from a JCB to robotic machines used in factories and their power is immense, yet a TINY air bubble will render it useless.

Take two bricks, both the same size, yet one is far lighter, why is this?, again it is AIR, the lighter brick will have more air on it, thus making it lighter.as the air constant around it differs due to the pockets of air with.

So how would AIR explain so-called gravity?, and differences is gravitational pull around the earth?. One main factor effecting air is TEMPERATURE. This can be easily witnessed through steam radiators in your home as well as fumes coming from chimneys and car exhausts.We can clearly see the heat displacing the cold air around it, this is a force, that will explain why some places on earth seem to have less gravitational pull.

First we have MOUNT NEVADO Huascarán in Peru having a lesser gravitational pull than in the Arctic ocean, now what is the OBVIOUS factor here ?,apart from HEIGHT, it is a vast difference in temperature, the warmer land and air temperature of Peru causes the air around MOUNT NEVADA to be pushed away, acting as a bubble if you like, lifting the air above it making it less dense, the air above and around it is being constantly repelled, so anyone entering this atmosphere will have the feeling of reduced gravity , and the opposite in the Arctic. A bit like being in the swimming baths and you pass over the vent that circulates the water, you get a sort of slight floating sensation.

So let’s look at the ARCTIC OCEAN where there seems to be a stronger gravitational pull, well for a start this ocean is the shallowest of all oceans? and as we all know has very low temperatures, plus the fact it is considerably lower in height than Mount Nevado Huascarán  surrounded by a mass of land, so the cold temperatures make the air dense and as there is very little heat source around it is heavier, so as a human producing heat you would be creating a slight force upon the air around you giving the illusion of being slightly heavier or as many think gravity being stronger.

So to further illustrate my point, let’s take a huge void like the Grand Canyon, it is a HUGE crater, now there also seems to be a stronger gravitational pull in the Grand Canyon?, but it is simply a huge mass of air concentrated into a smaller area, so the air above you and surrounding you compressed slightly but as the air is warm it is not as dense as over the ANtarctic ocean, so it will not place as much pressure.

Let me try to put the air density into perspective, let’s say you walk through a pool of water 3 foot deep, you will have to place effort in order to walk through it, then do the same in a mood pool, it will take more effort to walk as the substance you are pushing against has more density.I will put it another way imagine you are diving under water, let’s say you go 10 ft down, you will feel force as you try to rise to the surface, even though you are naturally rising, you are trying to beat the natural flow,you are dispersing the water above you which then replaces the water benefit you as the water tries to retain its constant structure. Imagine if somehow you managed to dive to the bottom of the ocean, you would not rise as the sheer mass of water above you and your own weight would vastly overcome the air within your body, you would be crushed to death and the air in your lungs would float to the surface.

So just as we see with water it always tries to fill a void and maintain its structure, the very same thing happens with air on earth only on a smaller scale.It is the force of air and its pressure that keep our bodies working and together, as if we had a vacuum we would simply implode/explode, depending on how you view it. put a melon in a vacuum keep pumping and you will see this happen as air pressure is essential to our survival.

To understand this a bit better, take a packet of crisps, then squeeze the bag, the crisps will not break even though  the pressure is increased with the external force of you squeezing the bag, this is because even though the pressure has increased, it is still uniformed within the packet, so the air on one side of the crisp is equal to the other side thus supporting it equally, the crisps will only break if you are able to manipulate the bag so a contact force is made.

Understanding this is simple once we get our head around air and temperature, let’s take something frozen, we will see it weighs less ?, then take something hot like a steel ball heated to high temperature, it is heavier.But nothing has changed within the steel ?, it will after cooling return to its original weight. So why does it get heavier ?, well as it is subjected to heat it repels air around it, the heat from the steel ball is trying to push away the air surrounding it, but the air is abundant and simple keeps pressing down onto the ball, so the heat coming from the ball acts as a pushing force, imagine you are in a room with a low ceiling, you stand on the scales and weigh 50 kilos, then you add a force pushing your hands on the ceiling would make the scales move suggesting a weight gain?, but it is simply the act of forced from pushing against the ceiling.The very same effect is happening with the hot steel ball, the heat is pushing against the surrounding cold air causing a force.

Many things depend on air and its pressure, take the weather as an example, if we have low air pressure, then we usually have bad weather, yet high pressure brings better weather and higher temperatures?, then we could take an airplane flying and it his turbulence, what is turbulence?,  it is basically a difference of air pressure the airplane is basically popping air bubbles as it flies through turbulence, this is why the plane bounces around, as it basically loses height and thrust and is bouncing around on air that is of a different pressure/density causing the plane to drop until it reaches more air.

There are many projects out there that MANIPULATE the weather and air streams/pressures, one is called HA A R P, please look it up folks, this works using a mass of pylons in huge fields all linked together, they concentrate all the power of this into a small point and this is fired through the sky into the ionosphere , the ionosphere is then heated to vast temperatures creating a void/crater within it, the air beneath it then fills the void and is moved around at will creating vast changes to the atmosphere around it.Storms/hurricanes/tsunamis are just a few of the results that can be created/manipulated through this system., but this is for another article, i just added it to give an understanding of the power of air pressure.

Tides, how does air pressure effect tides i hear you scream ?, well it is NOT the moon’s gravitational pull, as we have two tides per day, so the moon theory is shaky at best. So the way i see it is the sun rises and the air closest to the ionosphere is rapidly heated now as this air can no longer rise it simply forces the cold air down as it expands with the heat, the cold air is far denser and this is forced down upon the ocean beneath the sun, this forces the sea to lower at this point thus displacing the water outwards creating an inward tide, then as the cooler air is forced sideways it finds the point of least resistance this being more cold air, this acts in a circular motion within earth’s atmosphere so eventually the colder air returns to the top by reticulation and is reheated again thus having the same effect of being used as compression on the cold air beneath, a continues cycle of circulating warm and cold air. The reason for low and high tides being, during early sun rise, the full air system needs to be heated up, but as the air circulates it needs less heat from the sun, a bit like boiling a kettle, if it is full of cold water it will take time, after it has been boiled, it takes less time even if a small amount of cold water has been added. You could reproduce this procedure with two sealed water containers capable of withstanding great temperatures, simply attach a pipe at the bottom leading from one to another, fill them around a quarter full with water, place a heat element in one and bring it up to temperature, the pressure contained within the heated container will force the water  in the other container to rise, giving the effect of tide ?.

Anyway i hope this article has opened up your thinking and at very least put a different aspect forward to the one we currently accept with little to no proof.

As always, thank you for taking the time to read this

please feel free to comment, good or bad, i will do my best to reply

Many thanks to all

Gav 🙂

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2 Comments

  1. Marvellous Gav. Who’d have thought, air pressure, the key to earth’s natural systemic mechanics. Well researched and thought out then explained in layman’s terms to make understanding easier (not saying I fully understand haha, but get the gist). As with your other articles Gav, a work of sheet genius that demands recognition. Will be posting to my FB as well as Twitter. A very enjoyable read thankyou, keep up the good work buddy😎

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    • Thank you for the kind words mate they are much appreciated. I always try and explain and make things a simple as possible as science seems to make the simply complicated. It is always easier to follow the crowd and not question what they accept as fact, but this is not my nature,i feel the need to find answers and explanations, not to simply ASSUME as is usually the case.
      Glad you like my articles and like my thinking, again thank you for the kind words and for pushing it out there for me.

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