Picture of the Day

Not Photoshopped, I took a very similar picture of clouds behind the last full moon.  How is this possible if the Moon is said to be 238,000 miles away???

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4 thoughts on “Picture of the Day

  1. uniluv2go4 March 3, 2016 at 6:47 am Reply

    Good point. Would there BE clouds, visible or not so far away.
    How big would the moon then be? In fact, they all look like they are in our sphere.


  2. Windrell March 3, 2016 at 3:49 pm Reply

    Hello everyone!
    I am Greek, living in Athens, and I LOVE YOUR SITE!❤️
    Let me contribute something:
    Plato’s “Phaedon”, section 107a-115a.
    Please, find the English translation and publish the above part!
    It’s a rare treasure. It is also the reply to the comment on the post “Vedic FE Cosmology”, by History, 27/2/2016, about the Sanskrit word of Earth translating as Globe.
    Plato and Ancient Hindus believed that THE REAL EARTH OF THE REAL WORLD IS SPHERICAL!
    BUT, we do NOT live in the real world!
    Socrates, in the above section, says that we are like creatures living at the bottom of the sea, who ASSUME THEY ARE ON THE SURFACE OF THE EARTH, and that THE SEA IS THE SKY!
    The Real Earth, Socrates/Plato says, has many HOLLOW REGIONS/CAVITIES/ENCLOSED WORLDS, which are connected by great subterranean rivers of water, fire and mud, which flow between the several regions…
    Academics skip that section distorting its true meaning!
    Please publish it, it’s mind blowing, people have the right to know!
    Heartily thank you for your work, I feel grateful!


  3. truthfarmer March 3, 2016 at 4:29 pm Reply

    Presents a pretty major problem for the heiiocentric theorists. Wonder what the infamous Neil DGT would say? Probably something like he said in a recent interview, “I’m a scientist and you shouldn’t give people who disagree with me equal time.” (paraphrased, and arrogant beyond belief) I haven’t yet consciously seen this yet, but will keep my eyes peeled for it. Thank you for all the work you are doing!


  4. history March 3, 2016 at 6:05 pm Reply

    In the picture you took there are patches of sky – but no stars are visible. Therefore, by your own logic, your photo is fake, is it not?


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