dryson":2pgaprxr said:I am only open minded to what I can read and learn for myself based on science and not what someone else wants me to believe.
But you have yet to show me a single thing you've read and learned Everything here you seem to have come up with completely on your own. I can show you lots of support for what I'm saying... perhaps an introductory physics textbook?
It doesn't take a genius to figure that the circulatory system is controlled by the core's rotation and the gravity that is generated.
Then surely you'll have plenty of articles by geniuses and non-geniuses alike that say this very thing, right? Please show me these.
If gravity was not the same as magnetism then why do astronaughts have problems in space with their muscles and other body parts? The farther that you get away from a planet the less gravity is present or magentism, why else do you think that astronaughts seem to float the farther that they get away from Earth? It is because there is less magnetic fields of force to effect the iron in the humans blood, thus allowing them to float. It's not that there is less gravity it is because there is lesser amount of magnetism generating from the Earth which is gravity.
Right. So I (along with the rest of the scientific community) have this idea that astronauts float in space because there is less gravity pulling on their entire bodies. You have this idea that it has only to do with the iron in astronauts' blood. My question to you (as I've asked plenty, and you seem to ignore) is why it is that objects without magnetic properties feel gravity the same way. Non-magnetic objects float in space the same way people do. As a matter of fact, if gravity were the same as magnetism, non-magnetic objects would float on Earth, too!
Please read that article and find me one place where it says that gravity is the same as magnetism Otherwise why are you linking to it?