peter Posted October 5, 2020 Share Posted October 5, 2020 (edited) 17 hours ago, amy G said: Do not panic, we are just discussing what the moon is. Is the distance not important to you? Is its material not important to you? Do you find it the least bit odd that the character or the moon's light and the sun's light is so different? Why is it hotter in direct sunlight than it is in the shade? Easy answer, yes? Well, why is it colder in direct moonlight than it is in the shade? I'm not sure if you even knew that that was fact, nor that the experiment has been replicated several times, but now you know. so where is the link to the experiment by scientists ,not some joker on utube ,I can think of a hand full of variables off the top of my head that would effect the results It is colder in direct moonlight than it is in the shade , you mean cloud cover ,(the use of the word shade is somewhat deliberately misleading) however that statement is not surprising when you think about it .When there is cloud cover it helps trap the heat that has been able to build up in the rocks, concrete, soil and atmosphere etc etc during the day so therefore it will dissipate in the cool of the night at a lesser rate , however when there in no cloud cover to trap the heat more will dissipate over the course of the night and since we are able to see the so called moon light it would appear that it is cooler than shade ( to anyone with no logical train of thought that is) Edited October 5, 2020 by peter 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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