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Forum: Off topic 2013-02-05, 19:47
Replies: 17
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Posted By J McKalling
Yes. Well, I don't know much about pianos,...

Yes.

Well, I don't know much about pianos, but as far as I know, wherever a hammer's involved in a mechanic, it doesn't work without gravity. Nonmechanical systems use pistons instead of hammers....
Forum: Off topic 2013-02-05, 10:28
Replies: 17
Views: 1,128
Posted By J McKalling
So you can't play the piano in space either?...

So you can't play the piano in space either? :eek:

I knew that, but we were talking about this normal guitar, not about some other kind that might also have strings :p
Some mechanics do require...
Forum: Off topic 2013-02-05, 00:15
Replies: 17
Views: 1,128
Posted By J McKalling
But the strings and music in general has nothing...

But the strings and music in general has nothing to do with gravity, it has with air (or a different medium) though. It is the vibration that makes music, not gravity. In space there's no real...
Forum: Off topic 2013-02-04, 22:30
Replies: 17
Views: 1,128
Posted By J McKalling
I'm urged to ask you whether you know what would...

I'm urged to ask you whether you know what would happen if he had put on his suit and went outside for playing on his guitar?

That would be fun.
Forum: Off topic 2013-02-04, 19:40
Replies: 17
Views: 1,128
Posted By J McKalling
It's not weird how they move, as the objects are...

It's not weird how they move, as the objects are weightless. Any touch at all can cause them to move, and there is only microgravity, which is too weak to get the objects to fall (read: less than the...
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