Originally Posted by Dave242
Pretty cool that you were at Bose. They are in several of the buildings vacated when the company I worked for out of college (Prime Computer) went belly up.
I wonder what your AP Physics teacher and MIT professors would think of the concepts put forth in this paragraph:
I'm not arguing that gyro doesn't resist oat here on earth, but in outer space it's another story. All that video shows is that the imparted gyro effect is greater than the relative gravity. Gyro is a counterbalance and actually requires a reference to ground to work it's little parlor trick. Drag amplifies the gyro effect on a disc. Gravity is not really even a force, it's an observed effect or pseudo force at best.
I'm fairly sure Einstein would agree.