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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)

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17 hours ago, amy G said:

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.

 

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Every single thing this bloke posts is connected some daft conspiracy video or bonkers website.

 

https://www.physicscentral.com/buzz/blog/index.cfm?postid=1590436706491009951

 

Why is the Moon upside down in Australia?

 

Why do you keep ignoring Earth-Moon-Earth radio bounces that take 2.5 light seconds to return?

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38 minutes ago, peter said:

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)

Sorry, are you saying that it is expected that shaded moonlight would be warmer than direct moonlight?

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54 minutes ago, Comedy Time said:

Why is the Moon upside down in Australia?

 

Why do you keep ignoring Earth-Moon-Earth radio bounces that take 2.5 light seconds to return?

 

lndeed.
Why ?
 

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1 hour ago, amy G said:

Sorry, are you saying that it is expected that shaded moonlight would be warmer than direct moonlight?

The heat sync of the earth rock and seas overrides anything you would experience at ground level from reflected light off the moon

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1 hour ago, amy G said:

Sorry, are you saying that it is expected that shaded moonlight would be warmer than direct moonlight?

 

It's probably best if you just stop now. Before ......you could sneak your constant evasion and crazy claims under the radar. Now it is getting absurdly obvious.

 

Come on scaredy  cat ....why is the moon upside down in Australia and why do you keep avoiding radio club EME activity. 

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17 minutes ago, kj35 said:

The heat sync of the earth rock and seas overrides anything you would experience at ground level from reflected light off the moon

Ok, thanks, and I am sorry about and in contact with moderation on the flat earth trolling here. You requested that that did not happen and am sticking with my word.

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58 minutes ago, amy G said:

Ok, thanks, and I am sorry about and in contact with moderation on the flat earth trolling here. You requested that that did not happen and am sticking with my word.

Appreciate that . thank you.  

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On 10/6/2020 at 12:48 AM, oddsnsods said:

Flatulence.

Who's direction would that be aimed at, or are you going for a more decentralized effect, so as to encapsulate one or two other victims

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8 hours ago, peter said:

Who's direction would that be aimed at, or are you going for a more decentralized effect, so as to encapsulate one or two other victims

 

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no other moon we've been able to observe is as perfectly spherical as the Earth's moon.

Not even close. most moons are potato shaped and look more like very large asteroids.

 

It's pretty clearly not a natural object, but that implies that whatever created it also had a hand in seeding life on Earth, as the moon has such close ties to the biology of the planet. it governs the tides for example, which govern the life cycles of sea creatures. 

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56 minutes ago, cosmicporpoise1.618 said:

What about the fact that it appears the same size in the sky as the sun?

I guess that's natural too?

 

 

Well it doesn't always. It has an elliptical orbit and it changes size. 

 

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When it's smallest it produces annular eclipses ....

 

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28 minutes ago, Comedy Time said:

 

 

Well it doesn't always. It has an elliptical orbit and it changes size. 

 

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When it's smallest it produces annular eclipses ....

 

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Not much of a change, and most of the time, it's the same size.

Even with that very, very slight variation, you think it's natural for it to be the same size most of the time?

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14 minutes ago, cosmicporpoise1.618 said:

Not much of a change, and most of the time, it's the same size.

Even with that very, very slight variation, you think it's natural for it to be the same size most of the time?

 

Look at you .....wrong and now moving the goalposts. It Is most certainly more than a "slight" bloody change! It isn't the same size it varies quite significantly and if you cannot see that you are being wilfully blind.

 

The Moon is unusually big but to reach the conclusion it isn't natural because you think it is the same size as the Sun has been disproven. Clearly it varies.

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I don't think the moon is natural. And a lot of mainstream science supports the theory.  I will post it up.  But I do think we - the earth-  are a globe and I don't think it is Amy lantern thing either. I'm with David Icke that it's a deliberately placed 'thing ' at best to monitor us at worst as a death star if necessary.  

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17 hours ago, kj35 said:

I don't think the moon is natural. And a lot of mainstream science supports the theory. 

 

There is no support at all in mainstream science. 

 

There is a lot of mainstream support that establishes at as being there billions of years ago...specimen paper....

 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/07/140730133129.htm

 

Tidal evidence from 3 billion years ago...

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/956126.stm

 

Very odd aliens if they drove it here and parked it up billions of years before man arrived.

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2 hours ago, Comedy Time said:

 

There is no support at all in mainstream science. 

 

There is a lot of mainstream support that establishes at as being there billions of years ago...specimen paper....

 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/07/140730133129.htm

 

Tidal evidence from 3 billion years ago...

 

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/956126.stm

 

Very odd aliens if they drove it here and parked it up billions of years before man arrived.

 

Yep. And why shouldn't the aliens be odd?

 

Have a read of 'Who Made The Moon' - I posted the link to the pdf earlier in this thread.

The moon IS a very strange object, the odds against it being the size it is and the distance it is are astronomical!

Happily the universe is very big so the chance of it happening somehow by chance become fairly high!

 

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2 minutes ago, gregory-peccary said:

Yep. And why shouldn't the aliens be odd?

 

Hmmm..... Whatever, extremely patient aliens ok.

 

2 minutes ago, gregory-peccary said:

Have a read of 'Who Made The Moon' - I posted the link to the pdf earlier in this thread.

 

Yeah I read it years ago.

 

2 minutes ago, gregory-peccary said:

The moon IS a very strange object, the odds against it being the size it is and the distance it is are astronomical!

Happily the universe is very big so the chance of it happening somehow by chance become fairly high!

 

 

Sounds about right....The chances of life and all the things that come together make it likely that it doesn't occur very often....being one of the places where it did happen, in a universe of such unimaginable size makes it inevitable.

 

 

 

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On 8/31/2020 at 3:39 PM, kj35 said:

The moon takes, what??three days and could be serviced by shuttles like the space shuttle program and could also be serviced by the existing ISS  program. 

 

No. To get to the Moon, you need something light enough to be accelerated from here and slowed down when it gets there. The shuttle simply cannot do either.

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