Just Some Questions To Think About
If we live in a non-vaulted atmosphere with a vacuum state outside our atmosphere, why doesn't the vacuum tear up our atmosphere? Can a non-vaulted atmosphere coexist with a vacuum be recreated in a lab?
Can we ever bend water in it's leveled state? How is it that water bends on the so called, sphere of the earth? Can we bend leveled water in a lab?
If the earth's water can stick to a globe earth by way of gravity, can we recreate that in a lab? Has anyone recreated a sphere with it's own gravity so that water can stick to it?
If we are spinning at a rate of a thousand miles an hour at the equator, why is not all the water at the equator?
If the moon is a sphere and is spinning like the earth, why is it that we only see one side of the moon?
Also if the moon light is a reflection of the sunlight, why is the light of the moon cooler in it's light than in it's shade?
If these questions are too hard for the scientists and can not be recreated in the lab, shouldn't we question that which we have been taught?
Maybe we should look into ancient writings like in the scriptures that seems to be ignored by today's scientists and see if those can be recreated in the labs?
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