12 February 2020 /Flat Earth
In the physical world, in order to have gas pressure, the gas must be in a container. The atmosphere is a gas. Under the heliocentric model, the atmosphere is not contained but is abutted by the vacuum of outer space. How can there be atmospheric pressure on earth under the heliocentric model when the atmosphere is not in a container?
The existence of atmospheric pressure is evidence of a firmament containing the atmosphere. Perhaps we should call it an atmosplane.
"Pressure is a force exerted by the substance per unit area on another substance. The pressure of a gas is the force that the gas exerts on the walls of its container. When you blow air into a balloon, the balloon expands because the pressure of air molecules is greater on the inside of the balloon than the outside." http://chemistry.elmhurst.edu/vchembook/180pressure.html