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Created by rod_bunny 2 months ago, 20 Dec 2018
rod_bunny
WA, 1048 posts
20 Dec 2018 10:09AM
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Discussing how a party balloon floats in air with my 9yo suddenly got very very dark... thanks Google.

Understanding Physics is hard and all... but not hard enough to give up completely.


rod_bunny
WA, 1048 posts
20 Dec 2018 10:11AM
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... and this today, nice algorithm at work there for the ads... lotta work in that.



nicephotog
NSW, 186 posts
20 Dec 2018 4:42PM
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That's up to you to enforce materials "levels allowed" , the pages may well have had headers telling the calling machines that there are filter notations available to use, get net nanny or something like that to help tap into your browser.

rod_bunny
WA, 1048 posts
20 Dec 2018 7:43PM
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nicephotog said..
That's up to you to enforce materials "levels allowed" , the pages may well have had headers telling the calling machines that there are filter notations available to use, get net nanny or something like that to help tap into your browser.


For the first one, Its my phone.... my 9yo didn't see that - but just WTF has the question posed got to do with the 1st response proposed by the mighty G?



As for the second one... I was on a VPN... normally it looks like this - courtesy of the router blocking ads





Rails
QLD, 1133 posts
21 Dec 2018 3:17AM
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Strange that helium + exit = suicide
must be trending

quora is the place for your science questions, not google

www.quora.com/Why-wouldnt-Earths-atmosphere-escape-into-space

As for helium, it is lighter than air

rod_bunny
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21 Dec 2018 11:27AM
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Rails said..
Strange that helium + exit = suicide
must be trending


As for helium, it is lighter than air


Yeah that's what I though... very bizarre correlation there...


As for "lighter", OK, but why ?
(Short explanation of how religion probably came about...)

I explained that the balloon "floats" in the air in the same way a ball of air would "float" in water. (Density)

OK, but why dad?

Thus explaining that Helium is "lighter" than Air (Mix of Nitrogen, Oxygen and others) due to its molecular weight being lighter (Intro to elements, periodic table etc, stratification of elements in the atmosphere)
The sun creates the elements. Hydrogen, Helium, etc

So if the helium is the second lightest, why doesn't the balloon float in to space?

The balloon will eventually pop.

Why?

Pressure. As you go higher there is less pressure and the balloon will expand to try to equalise it.

So don't put as much helium in the balloon.

You couldn't put a small enough amount of He in a balloon at sea level for it to expand and not break in the vacuum of space AND overcome the weight of the balloon to get to space. Therefore it will pop eventually.

So then the helium will be free to disappear into space?

Ummmm no, it stays in the atmosphere... I think..., wait... lets GTS son.

...and if the Sun creates all the elements, then the elements must be able to float in space to get to become the planets?

God did it.
What?
God did it, in umm, seven days. Now eat your breakfast.







He's a very curious and logical boy

Rails
QLD, 1133 posts
21 Dec 2018 4:15PM
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nicephotog
NSW, 186 posts
23 Dec 2018 10:17AM
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nicephotog said..
That's up to you to enforce materials "levels allowed" , the pages may well have had headers telling the calling machines that there are filter notations available to use, get net nanny or something like that to help tap into your browser.






For the first one, Its my phone.... my 9yo didn't see that - but just WTF has the question posed got to do with the 1st response proposed by the mighty G?



As for the second one... I was on a VPN... normally it looks like this - courtesy of the router blocking ads







Ultimately as i said, it's up to you to enforce levels on your machine,
HOWEVER, to comprehend googles pick of pages you need to know how search engines work !
Two main facets outside of "payment for search position - to relevance " is the lookup registration of what is called "page meta data" that is placed in section called a "markup page" header.
The two main meta tags for a markup page search crawler are "meta-keywords" and "meta-phrases",
However,, when no such tags exist the "search crawler" when it finds a page will read the page and count up the number of words the same and list the top numbered words which in this instance is in fact as many as 24 references to "helium" , 22 to "exit" and "space" 4 !
Quite a heavy hit for a meta quantity.



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