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A number of diseases including bone degeneration and segregation can occur abord your spacecraft however knowing the width of an oxygen molecule you can leave gaps in the carbon nanotubes just a bit wider so they slip through, the more that slip through the greater the wind pressure, also the craft would need to continuously produce oxygen, https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sciencealert.com/physicists-claim-they-ve-finally-observed-matter-being-made-out-of-colliding-light/amp

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I really don't understand this.  You title this "artificial gravity" but talk about producing an "artificial wind" that has nothing to do with gravity or with the "bone degeneration" you mention.  And then you have a link to a site on light energy converting to matter so has nothing to do with artificial wind or gravity.

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7 hours ago, HallsofIvy said:

I really don't understand this.  You title this "artificial gravity" but talk about producing an "artificial wind" that has nothing to do with gravity or with the "bone degeneration" you mention.  And then you have a link to a site on light energy converting to matter so has nothing to do with artificial wind or gravity.

Wind pressure and gravity are effectively the same, given that pressure is uniform, evenly distributed, and constant. Generating atoms from energy is key in constantly making more oxygen slipping out of the floor though the cracks.

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On 10/12/2021 at 8:50 AM, HallsofIvy said:

No, wind pressure and gravity are NOT "effectively the same".  Wind pressure acts on the surface of the skin while gravity acts throughout the body.  In order for wind pressure to apply the same force to the body as gravity the pressure on the skin would have to be enormous- and painful!

Ionized airpressure is evenly dispersed throughout the surface of the skin and within the bone marrow (because of electromagnetism).

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On 10/12/2021 at 8:50 AM, HallsofIvy said:

No, wind pressure and gravity are NOT "effectively the same".  Wind pressure acts on the surface of the skin while gravity acts throughout the body.  In order for wind pressure to apply the same force to the body as gravity the pressure on the skin would have to be enormous- and painful!

Not if it's an ionic wind getting sucked into space through the floor - that's being the air-vent in the ceiling has ion particles (oxygen can be ionized). Then the vacuum pressure is evenly dispersed throughout your skin to inside your bone marrow.

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