Water on a spinning ball?

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Um, that ball does not have enough gravity to keep the water at it's surface. The earth pulls it away with IT'S gravity.
Nice try though lol.
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And where does this "gravity" come from? An Iron core? A nickel core? Super-heated?, and do you know what the "Curie temperature" for these elements are?... yeah, You have no idea what you are talking about, nice try though.
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I have every idea what I'm talking about.
First, you do understand that if you are going to disclaim gravity, you're disclaiming the idea that humans can even stand on earth. Because that's what holds things down to the earth's surface. Gravity.

Second, gravity is the attraction between two masses relative to size and distance from each other. A large object exerts more gravity than a smaller object when the force from the two are applied to the same particle. Hence why the water travels off the ball towards the earth; the earth exerts a large amount or gravity proportionally to the ball (whose gravity is so small it's unnoticeable). But don't take my word on this definition! let's look at the Merriam Webster:
"a fundamental physical force that is responsible for interactions which occur because of mass between particles, between aggregations of matter (such as stars and planets), and between particles (such as photons) and aggregations of matter, that is [10 raised to the -39th power] times the strength of the strong force, and that extends over infinite distances but is dominant over macroscopic distances especially between aggregations of matter"
--https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/gravity

Third, the fact you'd even mention Curie temperature shows that YOU are the one who has no idea what they're talking about, because Curie temperature has NOTHING to do with gravity. It has to do with magnetism, which is a completely different type of force that deals with electrical charges.

So please explain how I'M the one who has no idea what they're talking about here.
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Because you have no idea what Unified Field means, you prolly don't even know about Ether. So yeah, posting hearsay from a dictionary does not make you "in the know". LoL, bigger balls attract smaller balls<-- ROFL,
, you understand nothing of where you exist. Go debate some FE'ers on a forum, this is a meme-site. There is no curvature, deal with it.
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Judging by the timing of your replies, I'm guessing that you're an international troll that like to undermine human society. But since I like to watch you flounder, I'm going to play along.

First off, I'm looking at Unified Field theory right now, and it takes into account the idea of gravity. So I don't knw what the heck you are trying to prove by bringing it up, but once again, it has no bearing on this argument, since it's just a theory trying to explain how the four fundamental interactions of particles, of which gravity is included, are related to each other.

Second, I fail to see how stating a scientific term defining a fact that we are debating is wrong. Certainly it does not make me "in the know," but applying it to everyday world scenarios to try and explain your error is far better than what you're doing, which is spouting our random technical terms in an attempt to look smart.

Third, NEVER anywhere did I say that "bigger balls attract smaller balls." That's just trying to dumb down what I said to make me look stupid.

Fourth, I obviously understand this better than you do, since you're the one throwing random scientific terms at me in an attempt to look smart.
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I like how you totally ignored "ETHER". Here, I'll try again, Can you read this word: "ETHER"- that is the Unified field, or Field, other words used to describe this word that you totally ignored could be: Prana, Dark Matter/Dark Fluid, Orgone, Vitriol, Chi, etc. And yes, a simple denotation of "bigger balls attract smaller balls" is EXACTLY what you have been fed. It is not 'dumbed-down', it is simplified. LoL, "International troll"? Anyways, go visit a Flat-Earth forum, I don't have time for hearsay bs on here, I'm on here to have fun and make some memes.
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First off, bigger balls attract smaller balls is not what I have been "fed." Physics shows that ALL MATTER attracts OTHER MATTER, but LARGER AMOUNTS of matter exert a greater force than SMALLER AMOUNTS of matter, which creates the effect of gravity you see around you.

All you have done is try and talk me down and bring pointless term to this discussion (what the HECK does CHI have to do with GRAVITY). It is extremely obvious that you have no idea what you're talking about.
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Theoretical physics, key word "Theoretical". You exist in a magical Disney fantasy with Moonlandings and spinnning water balls that have penguins upside-down in Antarctica. Nothing to see here.
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See here is some more just belittling everything I say and not actually proving any points. If you're so sure of you're position, why don't you actually give me some reasons why the earth is flat?
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And you ignored "Ether" again, good job. Rofl
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Because the existence of either disproves nothing he says.
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Gravity keeps it on.
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