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When staying indoors, can missing gravity be replaced with blowing air?

The only problem I see is body orientation. As the indoor skydiving videos show, the instructor remains grounded, while the student assumes a "Superman" position. So, the amount energy ...
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When staying indoors, can missing gravity be replaced with blowing air?

While not strong enough to produce "artificial gravity" in a microgravity environment such as an orbital space station (eg ISS), it should still be noted that air circulation, and ...
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