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Room 10 and gravity


I was thinking about gravity in room 10. If the doors are normal position gravity works normal, but what if the dors were laying down?

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First image, normal position of doors.

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Second image, doors are laying down, gravit is directed same way as outside of the room.

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Third image, doors are laying down, gravity in room is directed perpendicularly to gravity outside of the room.

What do Yoy think, what would happend to gravity while doors are laying? Im thinking that it would be like in third situation causes it's other reality in room 10 right?

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Re: Room 10 and gravity


It never ceases to amaze me the issues people bring up.

Obviously not every door is in the same plane, so there inevitably is some effect similar to what you are describing. Maybe there is a threshold for how differently doors can be oriented with gravity. Maybe a door inclined at 2 degrees would open but a door inclined at 3 degrees or more would not.

I am guessing that it is like you describe in situation 3 with a limit to how much the outside door can be inclined.
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That is a great question. I would go with your third example because it makes the most sense according to the best other theories i have heard.

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I would agree with the third example, too. It reminds me of a couple of episodes of Doctor Who in which the interior of the tardis (an object with the appearance of a box that is bigger on the inside than the outside) still retained its floor-down orientation even when the outside of the device was oriented horizontally.

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