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Old 06-17-2019, 07:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Gambeir View Post
Well it wouldn't be pressure, it would be a vacuum Vidbid, we are talking about a vehicle that levitates like a balloon but which uses a vacuum instead of a gas.
I see.

The it in your statement above is referring to a vacuum that would exists inside of an imagined vacuum vehicle.

What would keep the vacuum from collapsing the containers?

For example:

It seems to me that a helium balloon would be far more efficient at lifting a vehicle rather than a vacuum vehicle.


The it that I was referring to is, "Is there any evidence of gas pressure existing without the necessary antecedent of a container for the gas to press upon?"


Can you have gas pressure without the necessary antecedent of a container?



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