See Through Moon Proves Heliocentric Distance Impossibility

Proving Heliocentric Theory as an absurdity is much easier than getting people to not see the curve for themselves, I’ve found. Here is one more proof positive we don’t live on a rapidly spinning sphere hurtling through space at hundreds of thousands of miles per hour, while stars remain fixed above our heads.

One thought on “See Through Moon Proves Heliocentric Distance Impossibility

  1. SG Today August 26, 2016 at 4:09 am Reply

    To me, the daytime moon is blue-tinged across the entire image, not the dark or bright colors at night. Since the sky overall is blue, maybe that color is changing what we see for all parts of the moon.

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