Author
Angelo
Pettolino
LIGO
ozone
SKY LAB AND APOLLO
GRAVITY
ACCRETION
VOYAGER 1
SOLAR WIND
HELIOPAUSE
HELIOSPHERIC GASES
ICE AGE
THE AP THEORY
Eugene Parker
BOLTZMANN
mv2 = 3/2 kT
F = ma
Maxwell’s laws
Michael Faraday
CLIMATE CHANGE
GLOBAL WARMING
JOSEPH PRIESTLY
PROTEROZOIC, ACHAEAN, PHANEROZOIC,
EQUINOX
International Space Station
21st CENTURY ASTRONOMY
 
 
EXPERIMENT 2
An experiment to prove air pressure exists is to take a 1-gallon screw-top can and add 100 millilitres of water to it. Place the can on a stove burner and turn on the heat. When steam comes out of the screw-top opening, screw the cap on to the can and remove it from the heat. As the can cools, the outside air pressure will crush the can, proving our atmosphere is surrounded by 14.7 pounds per square inch of crushing and compressing Heliospheric force.

Venus’s atmospheric pressure of interplanetary gases that have light atomic weights has an air pressure force 100 times greater than Earth’s.  Venus’s  atmospheric air pressure crushed two Russian spaceships and is a hundred times more extreme than Earth’s. A law of gas behaviour in nature is that an  atmospheric gas that has a heavy atomic weight, such as oxygen, cannot rise beyond and pass through a gas that has a lighter atomic weight, such as Helium.

Japanese lanterns work on the same principle. As the Oxygen in the inner shell of the lantern is consumed, the nitrogen gas raises the lantern upward intospace. Scuba gear and space suits are pressurized to keep the occupants from being crushed underwater or exploding in space.
Nitrogen blanketing is a term used in the chemical industry all around the world. It’s a process where  nitrogen gas is introduced into the headspace of a partly full container of hydrocarbons (with heavy atomic weights) or other expensive ingredients. Nitrogen blanketing is administered in order to keep out the Oxygen from our atmosphere and prevent oxidization and evaporation of the valuable hydrocarbons (with higher atomic weights), spirits, and other expensive ingredients.

A recent example of ‘blanketing’ was used in the Pike River (New Zealand) coal mine disaster. Nitrogen gas was pumped into the mine to push out the heavy poisonous gases. These natural and industrial examples prove our atmosphere is not being held to Earth by gravity but by gases of lighter atomic weights which are surrounding the heavier gases.
These examples are played out in industries every day and in nature; the examples are many and can be easily proven. Every time we take a deep breath and fill our lungs with air until we cannot add any more to our lungs, we are proving that gas has volume, weight and mass but it also has an escape velocity. When we fill our SCUBA tanks, we prove air has weight.

Here’s another example in nature that proves that gravity removes the solid carbon from CO and CO2, eliminating the long-term threat of irreversible air pollution. The recent eruption of a Greenland volcano  polluted the environment for thousands of square miles. The pollution situation was so bad that air traffic had to be diverted from the area for weeks. Prior to the volcanic eruption the surrounding air quality in the vicinity was excellent. A few months after the volcanic eruption the air quality of Greenland was again excellent as it was before the volcano. The cooling solid  carbon in the mixtures of CO and CO2 caused by the volcano was gravitationally attracted to Earth. This process allowed the expanding Oxygen gas to escape into the atmosphere when cooled.

Those who continue to try to own the game by contradicting this or any other proven fact that doesn’t suit their agenda are being overwhelmed by convincing examples in nature and successful laboratory experiments which are proving them wrong.

Despite their many futile and unsuccessful attempts, no one has ever successfully proven that gas can be attracted, held, or compressed by  Earth’s gravity. Nor has anyone offered one successful experiment or example in nature to prove that our atmosphere is being held to Earth by its  gravity.

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