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“For ONE, the earth/ moon system would fall into the Sun without any counter-balance- we need that external pull to help keep us in place.
Obviously you don’t have much of a physics background. And obviously all you have are “why” questions that 5 year olds ask. ” and then reaffirmed with “Yup and no one can prove otherwise” on your blog.
You also said:
“What happens when you stretch out a piece of fabric, say a bed sheet, and then put one heavy bowling ball on it and then try to get two much smaller marbles to stay a specified distance- relatively close- away from the bowling bowl?
You need a way to keep the bowling bowl from making too big of a dent, which is difficult to do wrt ONE heavy object. If the fabric is too tight the bowling ball will go all over the place.” and reaffirmed “I stand by that also”
The external pull is expansion. It's as if you are proud of your ignorance.
What part of GMm / r^2 = mv^2 / r is incorrect, Joe?
I don't understand- are you saying expansion is not keeping the universe from collapsing on itself? Or are you just an ass?
I'm saying planetary orbits are stable regardless of any expansion*, caekboy. You claimed they're not, and that without expansion Earth would fall into the sun. Let's see your evidence. You could start with showing what's wrong with GMm / r^2 = mv^2 / r .
*Utterly negligible at solar-system scales anyway. There's a reason the Hubble-constant is usually expressed per megaparsec.
So a universal collapse would not effect our solar system. Are you really that fucking ignorant?
And no, I never made the claim you ascribe to me. My claim pertained to Richie's imaginary universe under the assumption it played by the same rules ours does.
So grow up fuck-breath
Here you go, Joe. I've helped.
Just to make sure you understand, because, to be honest, understanding isn't your strength: the words in dark letters like this are the claim which you're now denying having made.
If you're willing to accept that it's not true that Earth would fall into the Sun without an external pull, that's fine. You will have learned something (Feels good, doesn't it? Maybe you should try it again one day) and I will have one less thing to laugh at.
Asshole. That comment pertained to Richie's imaginary universe.
Grow up already.
That doesn't help you. You talk about 'to keep us in place" - not for stellar formation. You are funny / pathetic when cornered, chubs.
What? That doesn't help YOU, Richie. I didn't say anything about stellar formation, dick-breath. You are always pathetic, cupcake.
It's easy- a universe with only one star, our Sun, with the earth/ moon system would have stopped expanding and would have started collapsing. And the collapse wouldn't take that long in such a small universe. The expansion would have stopped due to the lack of mass to keep it going.
That is preciously stupid. How big is the universe, Joe? How do you know you've hit the end ?
The universe can only be as big as the mass it contains. That means your universe wouldn't be much bigger than the system it contains.
Talk about preciously stupid and Richie cupcake responds.
So, if we have a single star with a single planet (or a planet with a satellite, it matters not) in orbit around it, what causes it to collapse, Joe? Unicorns? Magic ticks? Caek?
The same thing that would cause our universe to collapse, JohnW.
Chromosomes. are. all. connected. It is one long polymer. Called the DNA. - oleg t
simple English (hint: "equal" and "interchangeable" aren't synonyms)- JohnW
Ignored by those who can't provide evidence for their claims. (don't know why Ogre has that, but it fits IDists)