159) “If there were progressively faster and faster spinning atmosphere the higher the altitude that would mean it would have to abruptly end at some key altitude where the fastest layer of gravitized spinning atmosphere meets the supposed non-gravitized non-spinning non-atmosphere of infinite vacuum space! NASA has never mentioned what altitude this impossible feat allegedly happens, but it is easily philosophically refuted by the simple fact that vacuums cannot exist connected to non-vacuums while maintaining the properties of a vacuum – not to mention, the effect such a transition would have on a rocket “space ship” would be disastrous.”
Mr Dubay just makes up what he thinks “should” happen, with giving any reason – again.
He says “that vacuums cannot exist connected to non-vacuums while maintaining the properties of a vacuum”. Which is nonsense.
True, if you have a jar with no gas in it (“full of vacuum”) and you take off the lid, the air rushes in a fills the vacuum. Fine. But should the same thing happen at the edge of the vacuum of space? Of course not.
The atmosphere simply becomes thinner and thinner as we go higher, until it fades out into vacuum.
That’s why aircraft can fly higher if the fly fast. Check out airliner’s flight profiles and fuel consumption if you doubt this.
And you know that we need oxygen masks at high altitudes, where the air is thin. We can even float pressure gauges on balloons and measure the declining air pressure as the air thins – you could do that yourself.
And why should the atmosphere float away into empty space? It’s held down by it’s own weight. The lower it goes, the more air is piled on top, and so the air pressure is higher at ground level.