Published on Dec 10, 2015
In the beginning GOD Created EARTH That's it !
there's only One Sky, going up in the sky for someone on the south pole, is the opposite of what a
person on the North Pole believe. Basically, going up on the North Pole mean going down.
Moreover, Place two persons around a circle at 90 degree, for one up is on the left or right of the
This Does Not Make Sense. It's TOTAL CONFUSION !
EARTH IS FLAT! Revelation 1, verse 7 Behold, he cometh with clouds; and every eye shall see him, and they also which pierced him: and all kindreds of the earth shall wail because of him. Even so, Amen.
How is that possible if Earth is a ball ?
HOW DO OBJECTS STAY IN ORBIT?
An object in motion will stay in motion unless something pushes or pulls on it. This statement is
called Newton's first law of motion. Without gravity, an Earth-orbiting satellite would go off into
space along a straight line. With gravity, it is pulled back toward Earth. A constant tug-of-war takes
place between the satellite's tendency to move in a straight line, or momentum, and the tug of
gravity pulling the satellite back.
An object's momentum and the force of gravity have to be balanced for an orbit to happen. If the
forward momentum of one object is too great, it will speed past and not enter into orbit. If
momentum is too small, the object will be pulled down and crash. When these forces are balanced,
the object is always falling toward the planet, but because it's moving sideways fast enough, it
never hits the planet. Orbital velocity is the speed needed to stay in orbit. At an altitude of 150 miles
(242 kilometers) above Earth, orbital velocity is about 17,000 miles per hour. Satellites that have
higher orbits have slower orbital velocities.
SOURCE NASA WEBSITE: http://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstude...