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The Wing Bat Lunatics Try To Jump Over The Moon: A Poem

A dark horizon line reveals a Heliocentric lie.

What is that odd orb in the sky?

Nobody knows.

Newton thought the Moon a flying rock.

Who can point to an experiment that we can do to prove this crock?

Most think the Moon moves contrary to the evidence of our eyes.

Yet when viewed through telescope, we might get a surprise,

when we see the Moon's shadow change during sunrise.

 AAMorris

"if you watch for a few minutes, you can actually see the shadows change as the sun rises."

http://www.space.com/14296-moon-telescope-viewing-skywatching-tips.html

Galileo claimed to have witnessed the same thing.

Not So Fast Galileo: In Your Model Lunar Shadows Should Not Change So Fast

We really would not expect this from a body that takes a month to become fully solar illuminated and then dark again.

Please keep in mind the Earth is thought to be spinning in the same direction the Moon is thought to be orbiting.

Prograde

"The Moon orbits Earth in the prograde direction..."

The Earth is supposed to spin in the same direction the Moon orbits, This makes it a lot less reasonable to assume one could see shadows change on the Moon over the course of minutes. What I am claiming is that one should not be able to notice this phenomena, if the basic heliocentric model were correct. "Prograde direction" means both bodies are moving in the same direction. Besides when you look up at the Moon itself for a few minutes can you tell it moved at all? In fact if you have a telescope and can witness this phenomena, do you notice that the Moon has moved too, what I mean is can you tell it is slowly moving as you look at it, while its shadows change?

Orbit of the Moon - Wikipedia

Prograde or direct motion

Some Anecdotal Evidence: For What It's Worth

There are accounts of people being able to observe the shadows on the Lunar surface changing over the course of a few minutes and this obviously contradicts the mainstream model of a spinning Earth with a Moon that is orbiting the Earth in a counter-clockwise manner.

If one can see the Moon's shadow change during sunrise, over the course of minutes, there is a problem with the idea that the Earth spins.

Imagine the Earth disappears into quantum foam. The Moon is left all alone. Would you expect to see the effect of a sunrise in three minutes time?

A Monthly Friend

Of course we can pretend the word month does not derive from the Moon's supposed counter intuitive motions around the Earth. The fact is we can observe the Moon rise and set, east to west, like every other celestial body. Mainstream theory tells us the Moon is slowly creeping the other way as we spin in that same direction. We should not be able to witness the sunrise effect the Moon's shadows. Changes in our relative position to something so far away and illuminated by the Sun should not be producing effects we can see over the course of a few minutes through a telescope. 

Our spinning on an axis is not going to make it look like the Sun is rising on the Moon, that should be something that occurs over the course of the month. Lunar orbit is one idea and the Earth's spin another. These are two different motions with two different expected effects.

I hope I really do not have to belabor this point. It should be obvious that if one can indeed witness the Moon's shadow change during the course of minutes, there is no way the Moon is moving like the mainstream model claims. This is also problematic not only for the Earth's imagined rotation, but also for the rest of the basic heliocentric model. I think there's good reason to speculate about other ideas like electrical explanations for the phenomena we witness in the heavens. The mainstream model seems to be very contradictory.

Nobody can prove what the Moon is.

We've been conditioned to think that astronomy is physical science. It seems more like astronomy is actually metaphysics.

Astronomy seems to be subjective cosmology more than demonstrable science. Metaphysics is not physics.

There are serious problems with the Moon being a physical body, in the first place. Rocks fall to the Earth, so whatever the Moon is, it seems less likely to be solid matter like we encounter here on the Earth, It could be, but that requires a more complicated model of existence that can somehow explain how rocks can fly. I would then ask for an experiment to show me how one can get one rock to orbit another. If one wishes to postulate that God did it all, that is a metaphysical idea that is not without merit, and if people had actually traveled there, it would be something to consider. As it is now, we have no logical reason to assume the Moon is like the Earth.

We can only (and apparently only ever have been able to) observe one face of the Moon. This would seem to require a string.

What keeps the Moon both in motion and always facing the Earth?

Why is it basically the same size as the Sun? Is the answer unknowable? Are these really Metaphysical questions?

What if we are not even asking the right kinds of questions?

One has to have an understanding of the heliocentric model in the first place to understand how it is flawed. One also needs to know what the Fixed Stars, solar and sidereal time and all the rest of the jargon siginifies. If you do not have a basic knowledge about the claims of the model, you are not prepared to deal with any of it using your mental faculties. The Moon has its own lunar standstill, for example, and that occurs over something like an 18 period or so. By the way, before I educated myself about this subject, I had not considered that we are supposed to be able to see the Moon during the day. For some reason I was under the impression we would only expect to see the Moon at night. I simply had never cared about that subject to give it much thought. I guess I thought "They" have it all figured out, so I didn't have to think about it for myself.

If You Observe the Moon Over The Entire Month You Will See It Does Not Always Look Exactly Like An Illuminated Sphere

You might also notice too that it does not always seem to look like the Sun is the source of its light, depending on Lunar phase.

The Moon's position varies in ways most people do not seem to notice. The fact that we always see one face or side of the Moon is also problematic. This is a somewhat complicated subject, of course. I wish to simply point out what seems to me to be problems with the current model. Your own results may and probably will vary and I think that's a good  thing. Your ideas are your's to mine.

Saving Lunar Face For Newtonian Solar Grace: 

Is The Moon Supposed to be a Big Floating Crystal?  Lucy in the Sky with A Single Diamond?

I guess one could argue that the heliocentric model is correct, despite no logical reason to do so, and that what we are seeing is the result of the Sun striking the Moon's crystalline surface. As the Earth rotates and as the telescope subtly moves, we get to witness slight angle alterations that result in a sparkling diamond like Lunar phenomena. The Moon might be a big round diamond in the sky. This is why NASA had to fake it. The Moon is too cool for any of us to visit and the crystalline aliens just want to be left alone living out their silicon lives, occasionally flying down from the sky in a saucer tin pie, to kidnap and probe the unsuspecting guy.

The Moon Might Be An Eternal Mystery: Space Science Might Be Metaphysics Not Physics

There are a lot of moving parts to these theories. This is why I claim the heliocentric model is the more complicated one. This is why I think the basic globe shaped geocentric model is simply the more demonstrable model and this is why I think that an electrical Universe type theory might be worth looking into and playing around with as speculation. It's not that I am excluding any other possibility, in fact I tend to think the Moon and the rest of the Heavenly bodies might forever remain a mystery. It's ok not to care about any of this or to not have time or interest to do the research. If you are interested, what I can tell you, in my humble opinion, of course, is that it is worth spending years and perhaps a lifetime, learning about this subject. And it is more than ok to disagree with my opinions. 

There are problems with the idea that the Moon or any other celestial body is like the Earth. I think all we can show and demonstrate is that the Earth is a very special place in the Universe and the only environment we can exist in. That really is all anyone could ever demonstrate and it does not really matter what the shape of it all is. It is and that is what obviously matters. Anything else is speculative, which is ok, when we recognize speculation itself, for what it is and do not claim that speculation is some mind blowing revelatory proof of the "real" nature of existence. I do think speculation is better when it is based on observable reality, but that's how I "self identify".

Below is a link from space.com detailing what we would expect to see:

"How to See the Moon: Telescope Viewing Tips"

"if you watch for a few minutes, you can actually see the shadows change as the sun rises."

This should be something slowly measured over the course of a few days of observation, or something a lot longer than a few minutes or even a few hours. The Moon would basically be motionless relative to the spinning Earth. If these observations are accurate, the basic heliocentric model makes little sense at all. In fact this seems to obviously contradict the very basic mechanisms that are supposed to prove that model. The Moon takes nearly a month to make its merry go round journey, according to the centuries old "settled peer reviewed science," that is.

"Concentrate your observing along the terminator, the boundary between light and dark. The sun is rising along this line, and so the shadows are at their maximum length. In fact, if you watch for a few minutes, you can actually see the shadows change as the sun rises."

http://www.space.com/14296-moon-telescope-viewing-skywatching-tips.html

IF THE MAINSTREAM MODEL WERE CORRECT WE WOULDN'T BE ABLE TO WITNESS THE SUN EFFECT LUNAR SHADOW IN A JUST A FEW MINUTES

"Focus on the terminator"

"Concentrate your observing along the terminator, the boundary between light and dark. The sun is rising along this line, and so the shadows are at their maximum length. In fact, if you watch for a few minutes, you can actually see the shadows change as the sun rises."

"A lot of beginners are surprised at how bright the moon is in a telescope. In fact, it is only as bright as an asphalt highway on a sunny day, but it seems much brighter because we're usually observing the moon in a dark sky from a dark location. If the brightness bothers you, try observing before the sky is completely dark, or else turn some lights on at your observing location."

http://www.space.com/14296-moon-telescope-viewing-skywatching-tips.html

Galileo claimed to have observed the same phenomena when he viewed the Lunar surface.

"On the fourth or fifth day after new moon, when the Moon presents itself to us with bright horns, the boundary which divides the part in shadow from the shining part does not extend continuously in an ellipse, as would happen in the case of a perfectly spherical body, but it is marked out by an irregu­ lar, uneven, and very wavy line, as represented in the figure given, for several bright excrescences, as they may be called, extend beyond the boundary of light and shadow into the dark part, and on the other hand pieces of shadow encroach upon the light. "

"Now we have an appearance quite similar on the Earth about sunrise, when we behold the valleys, not yet flooded with light, but the mountains surrounding them on the side oppo­site to the Sun already ablaze with the splendor of his beams; and just as the shadows in the hollows of the Earth diminish in size as the Sun rises higher, so also these spots on the Moon lose their shadows as the illuminated part grows larger and larger. "

"Again, not only are the boundaries of light and shadow in the Moon seen to be uneven and sinuous, but-and this produces still greater astonishment-there appear very many bright points within the darkened portion of the Moon, altogether divided and broken off from the illuminated tract, and separat­ ed from it by no inconsiderable interval, which, after a little while, gradually increase in size and brightness, and after an hour or two become joined on to the rest of the bright portion, now become somewhat larger; but in the meantime others, one here and another there, shooting up as if growing, are lighted up within the shaded portion, increase in size and at last are linked on to the same luminous surface, now even more extend­ ed. An example of this is given in the same figure. Now, is it not the case on the Earth before sunrise, that while the level plain is still in shadow the peaks of most lofty mountains are illuminat­ ed by the Sun's rays? After a little while does not the light spread further, while the middle and larger parts of those mountains are becoming illuminated; and at length, when the Sun has risen, do not the illuminated parts of the plains and hills join together?  "

http://homepages.wmich.edu/~mcgrew/Siderius.pdf

Galileo a heliocentric model fearing kind of guy seemed to give an account that contradicted his belief system, I guess his unconscious filtered that fact out. Please notice how he compares what he sees on the Moon to the Earth's surface during sunrise.

Major Tom To Ground Control: We Have A Problem The Moon Can't Be Shown To Be A Place in Space

WHATEVER THE DEAL IS, THIS SEEMS FAR FROM "SETTLED SCIENCE"

NBC News Says: "This is the time to see shadows dance on Moon - Get out your telescope or binoculars tonight and look"

"Concentrate on a single formation just beyond the sunlit portion. Spend an hour or two at the eyepiece watching this area as the sun rises over it, and the dark crater floor gradually fills with light. Often there is a dramatic moment when the sun breaks through a gap in the crater rim, and a beam of sunlight floods the floor of the crater."

http://www.nbcnews.com/id/43332630/ns/technology_and_science-space/t/time-see-shadows-dance-moon/#.WRJEURQrzxs

Moving The Moon

"The Moon makes a complete orbit around Earth with respect to the fixed stars about once every 27.3 days  (its sidereal period). However, because Earth is moving in its orbit around the Sun at the same time, it takes slightly longer for the Moon to show the same phase to Earth, which is about 29.5 days  (its synodic period)."

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moon

Popping The Moon Thought Balloon: The Moon Just The Result of an Electrified Field in Ionized Gas? A Bubble? God's Left Eye?

The Moon might forever be a mystery.

There are more than likely things humanity will never know. "I don't know" might be one of the truest statements we can make when it comes to Cosmology. As soon as we imagine ourselves leaving the Earth's surface we begin to get into speculative trouble,

 

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