hat tip to Themoderngnostic.com
(remember, the first Admin. for NASA in 1958 was T. Glennan, whose previous experience was working for the Navy in Underwter Labs and then CEO of Paramount movies and the Rocket Admin, was Werhner Von Braun, who ran the Nazi V-2 Rocket program killing tens of thousands of allies during WWII)
Here are the basics why rocket and space travel is impossible. The very first reason is the EVP (escape velocity paradox). Escape velocity is said to be 40,270 km/h (25,020 mph). This means a rocket has to reach that velocity to escape earths gravity. They tell us that the vacuum of space is the Karman Line which is 62 miles off the surface of earth. The physicists at Penn State say that GRAVITY DEPENDS ON MASS AND DISTANCE AND NOTHING ELSE. Since the launchpad is closest to the earths mass, it would need to be at escape velocity just to lift an inch off the launchpad.
Furthermore, since the gravity is decreasing as the rocket is rising why would you need to be accelerating to escape velocity in a decreasing gravitational field?. Or is this escape velocity what’s needed to smash through the imaginary vacuum of space into weightlessness? It’s none of these, the rocket goes up, the air density decreases to the point where there is no gas (air) to push against and the rocket’s temporary buoyancy is gone. At this point, the rocket returns to earth because it cannot maintain buoyancy in one of NASA’s “states of matter”, in this case it’s gas (air).
There is no magical line that can be crossed where you suddenly become weightless. What goes up always comes down and whatever pseudoscience bullcrap NASA want’s to spin to counteract this fact go ahead, this rocket launch is D.O.A.
So if the rockets don’t go into the vacuum of space where do they go? A better question would be why are launchpads always on the edge of the ocean? The answer is surprisingly simple and can be articulated with a few simple images.