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Is there a room without gravity?


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There is a house in the state of Oregon in the United States called oregon vortex

It's such a crooked house that the laws of physics are screwed up, for example a ball is put and instead of falling it rolled up

There are videos on the web

There is no such thing.

There are all kinds of visual illusions and perception of senses, but there is also a science museum in Haifa and there is something similar in Jerusalem.Published at: 15.09.2009 at 13: 40: 02


About when you become a grandfather.

No. Not even in a million years. [Br]Published at: 15.09.2009 at 13: 40: 54


In short, what is the problem of minimizing the entire business and putting it in vehicles ?? Technology already exists.

When will it be released to the market?

The problem is that technology does not exist. [Br]Published at: 15.09.2009 at 13: 41: 39


There was a program on the 8 channel for a few years ago. It showed that one of the 70 amateur physicists who managed to do something similar does not know exactly what he did but he managed to create a room without any gravity at all. A time full of water, and the water just got out of the glass and floated like in space, they actually saw the bubble of water growing in his basement.

No, there was no such thing. If he would give a link. (Hint: you will not find, because there is not.) [Br]Published at: 15.09.2009 at 13: 43: 06


Is there such a thing as a room without gravity to hover in?

If so how does it work?

There is no such thing.

Gravity is in the form of potential field. This can not be undone unless it creates potential against me. In our case it is to attach another planet from the other side so that it will reset the field values ​​in the same room. If you did that you would feel the results all over the planet, not just that one.

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Some things:

1. With a strong enough magnetic field you can cause almost any material to hover. A lot of materials have magnetic properties, not just iron, which depends on the orbit of the external electrons.

To water for that matter the molecule with magnetic poles, then with a strong enough field they will float.

2. If you enter the elevator and it will fall unchecked, the elevator will produce a gravitational effect.

It will not prevent you from squashing.

3. In NASA training, or in simulations, we use the centrifugal force, which is w ^ 2 * r, angular speed and radius of distance from the center, to counter gravity acceleration.

In Hebrew, if an airplane enters a semicircular orbit, up and down, in a very accurate and precise speed as well, it is possible to produce a lack of gravity in an aircraft for astronaut training.

Although it is not yet possible to create gravitational loss, it can be compared to times in the order of 10 minutes. That's a lot.

In this effect mountain trains are also used, and with small hills and high speed you can make the girls' hair float, or your meal to hover its way out.

I hope I was of help.

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incidentally,

You have to remember that even when they're on a spacecraft outside the Earth, it works on the astronauts

Earth's gravity, but because of the movement in which they are located (a circular orbit

Around the Earth) then the gravity that works on them is nullified with the existing inertia

Of the spacecraft (and theirs) and then it is as though they have no gravity, although of course there is

The moon revolves around the earth because of the gravitational force, and it rotates farther than

Spacecraft, remember?

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You are wrong.

The plane mentioned here is the only way you can be in an environment that simulates "lack of gravity" as in space (a lift also falls, but it is hard to survive).

There are also places where a high-altitude air blast is activated, and an environment that simulates skydiving is created.

I actually think he's right.

There is a room like this, very small, where you practice undergravity.

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As has been said more than once, there are enough ways to resist gravity (all modern aviation, for example, and the examples brought here about the vertical wind tunnel), but the only way to "cancel" the sense of gravity is to simply surrender to it - free fall.

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All of you have not noticed anything quite important:

Even in a spaceship orbiting the earth, there is about as much gravity as on earth on Earth.

The reason to float in the spacecraft is that it is constantly in the process of skydiving into the Earth but because its orbit is not falling.

So there's a feeling of lack of gravity, like skydiving and so on Earth you can imagine it, and that's what they do in NASA with the plane that dives.

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Not only do you jump into a three-week discussion,

You do not even bother to read the reactions in it:

incidentally,

You have to remember that even when they're on a spacecraft outside the Earth, it works on the astronauts

Earth's gravity, but because of the movement in which they are located (a circular orbit

Around the Earth) then the gravity that works on them is nullified with the existing inertia

Of the spacecraft (and theirs) and then it is as though they have no gravity, although of course there is

The moon revolves around the earth because of the gravitational force, and it rotates farther than

Spacecraft, remember?

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And if we have already jumped then .... The concept of anti-gravity refers to the change (or cancellation) of gravity. It is not enough for a body to "float" because it is also what airplanes and helicopters do but they manage to rise above gravity by the air's thrust.

All of these methods for training astronauts and / or creating bodies floating in the air are triggered by different principles, none of which deal with gravity change.

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