AstroNOT Scott Kelly Gets Asked about Bubbles in Space

11 thoughts on “AstroNOT Scott Kelly Gets Asked about Bubbles in Space

  1. BoB November 6, 2017 at 1:28 am Reply

    What a liar. How does he sleep at night ?

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    • FactYouAll November 7, 2017 at 5:45 am Reply

      I agree, the audience member has no evidence and no credibility.

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      • poolman November 7, 2017 at 1:00 pm

        I’m certain you know he meant Kelly the liar. The evidence is all over the internet. The audience member’s ‘evidence’ is his charge for anyone to go ogle ‘bubbles in space’, which will bring up a multitude of ‘space walks’ showing bubbles escaping and proving they are actually underwater. There are even reflections of scuba divers in their ‘space helmet’ face masks. The vacuum of space is a lie. Outer space is a lie. Nasa is a place for liars to congregate and dispel falsities in the name of science.

        You have been here long enough to discover the real truth of our flat earth plane, yet you insist on being that spinning globe defender. You cannot prove your world with factual evidence, but insist we flat earthers prove ours. And when we do successfully prove a FE fact, you quickly deny it.

        Maybe FactDenyAll would be a more accurate handle…

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      • FactYouAll November 7, 2017 at 2:50 pm

        Poolman, at best what you can see are “particles” in space, reflecting sun light. They don’t behave like bubbles as we know them.

        BTW; perhaps you might want to research/google “dispel falsities” to understand what that would mean. 🙂

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  2. garethwatkinson@hotmail.co.uk November 10, 2017 at 10:53 pm Reply

    FactYouAll is clearly a shilly troll bot.

    Just ignore the dishonest POS, poolman.

    Best wishes,

    Copper

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    • FactYouAll November 14, 2017 at 4:24 am Reply

      Empty claims about me proves you can just as easily make empty claims about the nature of earth. These comments are unrelated to reality and lack seriousness.

      Since your post has nothing to say about the matters presented and discussed here, it wouldn’t be any type of loss if it were to disappear.

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      • jwlpeace November 14, 2017 at 6:29 pm

        FYou All,
        it’s time you disappear
        this site is not about you
        and you offer no contribution of relevance
        to the FE conversation

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  3. copper November 15, 2017 at 10:36 pm Reply

    FU all.

    As jwl indicates, this site is for those that already realise that, “NASA’s fakin’ everythin’ that you have ever seen, and as for flyin’ to the moon – well they ain’t never been”.

    Your feeble explanation of the bubbles being, “particles reflecting sun light” is most unsatisfactory. Furthermore, this is ONE of MANY videos exposing bubbles on NASA’s (clearly fake) space films. Anyone reading this can go judge for themselves through a quick search on YT.

    I would imagine you’ll find your kindred spirits over at Mick West’s metabunk site. In fact, I would think you and Mick West are very similar in you opinions of the world (as well as having many other similarities such as your employer).

    Regards,

    Copper

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    • FactYouAll November 21, 2017 at 6:15 pm Reply

      copper – Are you sure you know what this site is for? To quote an/the initial post:
      “So let’s go chase some rabbits down the hole with open minds and insatiable curiosity for truth and higher consciousness …..”

      Hmm – “open minds” , “insatiable curiosity for truth” : is this what you’re doing???

      What is the evidence of “bubbles” over “particles”? My evidence was “They don’t behave like bubbles”. DO you claim they do? Did you closely observe their motion?

      Rather than spout hidden swearing (a sign of a losing the argument), make your case for this video.

      BTW, I already follow your advice of judging for myself.

      Cheers.

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      • coppersterling November 22, 2017 at 12:02 am

        FUall, in all the videos showing bubbles in space, the bubbles do indeed look and act like bubbles. Anyone can check for themselves with a quick search.

        Your claim, “they don’t behave like bubbles” preceded by, “My evidence was” is so feeble, I could hardly believe you wrote that sentence. You’ll be collecting your P45 soon for incompetence 🙂

        I suppose eye witness testaments are “evidence” (referring to your claim that YOU do not perceive the ‘bubbles’ to act like bubbles), but as evidence goes, it pretty weak once numerous other people can provide eye witness ‘evidence’ stating they do indeed look at act like air bubbles in water.

        Furthermore, any little experiment would clearly show that air bubbles rise upwards in water. As the vast majority of people know, this is due to air being less dense than water. All the NASA space bubble videos show a ‘bubble’ that to most people looks and acts like a bubble. Furthermore, as basic science shows quite clearly that air is less dense than water, then the ‘bubble’ also acts as would be predicted by science if it indeed an air bubble in water.

        So……………

        Evidence one: FUall’s eye-witness written testimony on a web blog stating that the alleged air bubbles don’t behave like air bubbles in water FROM HIS/HER/IT’s point of view/

        Evidence two: Countless honest and genuine people stating the alleged bubbles look and act like an air bubble water, strengthened by basic science which predicts that this is how an air bubble behaves in water due to density.

        “Rather than spout hidden swearing (a sign of a losing the argument), make your case for this video.”

        This video doesn’t even contain footage of air bubbles (did you even watch it, FUall?). This video was about watching a liar squirm when confronted with some truths.

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    • poolman November 21, 2017 at 10:42 pm Reply

      Particles… lol. I’ve been in the pool business 42 years. I know bubbles when I see them. I KNOW how they act. Hands on experience beats conjecture every time. My 2 cents…

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