Flat earth moon phases
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Where do people get the information that the Sun is only 2,000 miles above the earth? Here, it can be calculated using a 'flat earth' as the starting point:
If you begin with the calculation with a 'Flat-earth' as the premise, it is calculated thus in the diagram above as 2000 miles.
However, for years they used the same formula, but started on the false assumption that the earth was globe shaped ! . Thus, they falsely concluded that the Sun was 93 million miles away.
Throughout the centuries, if anyone tried to change the globe myth, they were met with opposition from people who wanted to keep power, and did not want to 'lose face'. This situation continues to this day.
The sun and moon in my video are larger than real life. If they were 'to scale', you would not be able to see them, for they would be mere 'pin pricks'. In reality, the moon and sun are said to be 30 miles in diameter over the flat earth.., You would, however, still be able to see the sunlight as it travels around the flat earth. So, my video shows :
Every 28 days:
1. the sun circles the earth 28 times, and
2. the moon circles the earth only 27 times.
In other words, the moon moves slower than the sun. That is what causes the moon phases.
This is because:
1. the sun circles the earth in 24 hours, and
2. the moon circles the earth in 24 hours and 50 minutes
Thus, a complete lunar cycle is composed of 28 days... that is... 28 days (of 24 hours each)...for that is when the Sun and Moon align again.... every 28 days.
So, my video shows day 1 to 28
You can see what day the video is counting on, just look at the counter in the bottom middle of the video...the (Lunar day).
It counts up to 28 days and then starts all over again. (at day 1 again).
Shadows on the moon..-
So, my video shows how the sunlight 'hits' the moon at a slightly different angle each day, and makes the crescents on the moon.
The 2 large moons on the bottom show the moon that people see from the ground, when they are looking up into the sky....
For those that live in the northern regions like Canada, United States and Britain, they see the large moon on the bottom left.
For those that live in southern regions like Brazil and Australia, they see the moon on the bottom right.
If you want to, you can see the corresponding moon as it revolves around the screen in the video. 2 cameras positioned at 'ground level' then follow the moons and show how they appear to people - 'on the ground' and looking up.
The blue arrow points to the north side of the moon,
and the red arrow points to the south side of the moon.
Red Arrows (2 of them) same arrow , different views of the southern moon phases
Blue Arrows (2 of them) same arrow , different views of the northern moon phases
The north side of the moon is what people see if they live in the northern regions.
And the south side of the moon is what people see if they live in the southern regions. This is because the moon is located in-between north and south. (about 2000 miles north of the Equator)
View from ground
View from above
View from above
View from ground
Large moon, (northern)
Large moon, (southern)
This video is easily confirmed by simple observation. And you can see it 'play-out' in your own sky above you.
We can observe the moon in the sky each day. Each day we will see the moon a little later in the day since the moon moves slightly slower than the Sun.
Each day, simply add 50 minutes and you will see the moon again. In other words, the moon will display each day in the sky above you, in the same exact spot every day.
(it will be in the same spot, but 50 minutes later in the day)
The trick is to start clocking it, like, if your driving one day in your car and you happen to see the moon in the sky, take down what time it is, and wallah!... you have your starting time to begin! Let's say the first day you notice that the moon is above your house at midnight, on a Monday... So your succesive viewing times can be calculated like the chart here:
An example for one week moon viewing times to view the moon might be the following:
Monday - 12 midnight
Tuesday - 12:50 a.m.
Wednesday - 1:40 a.m.
Thursday - 2:20 a.m.
Friday - 3:10 a.m.
Saturday - 4:00 a.m.
Sunday - 4:50 a.m.
And, even during the day, you can still see the moon. Of course it may be harder to see with the Sun glare.... but it is still there, every day, in the same place, and you will know when to see it if you remember to add 50 minutes for each day as shown in the example above.
You will also notice that the lighted side of the moon always faces the Sun. This is a law of cause and effect that never fails.
So, even at 10 o:clock at night, if you want to know where the sun is, just look at where the light on the moon points... it always points towards the sun, even at 10: o:clock at night, when you can't see the sun, and it is pitch black outside, you can always estimate where it is by looking at the moons lighted side and where it is pointing to...Amazing, wow!.
The sun will then be accross the horizon, but you can't see it then, because it has been 'folded out' by the perspective of space, and it is the dark of night.... but it is over there... never the less.... shining onto the surface of the moon, creating the moon-phase that you see!
Just like clouds high up at sunset stay lit, the moon is always lit because it is 2,500 miles high, and the air up there is free from moisture and is pure, and allows the sunlight to light it all accross the flat earth, not matter how far away.
How could this be possible??
Explanation....The angles of space...
The higher above the ground we are, the farther we can see.
Usually, a man standing on the ground can see the horizon only 10 miles away, after that, space 'folds' away . This is an illusion however, because space keeps going straight.
When space 'folds away', it also blocks you from seeing sunlight, and that is why it gets dark at night.
However...the sun and moon are very high above the ground and are always in the 'line of sight' of each other.
Therfore, the sun always lights the moon even though they are thousands of miles apart.....
Plus, the atmosphere up there is more clean and free of water particles, so light transmits very far up there (2,500 miles above us).
Watch the video here, (just below), and be amazed... There are no stars in space !
My explanation? The Stars are underneath the Moon and Sun. And they are dimly lit, so only can be seen in a very dark sky, away from the city lights, like in the song..( The stars at night, are big and bright, deep in the heart of Texas).
And there are about 20 Youtube videos that supports the theory that Stars are underneath the Moon....(below), Although I think the all the authors are confused, and think they are seeing the Stars 'through the moon', which is impossible of course. Because the Moon is a solid object, is impossible to see stars through it, and the Stars are really 'in front of' the Moon at all time. (At lower altitude than the Moon).
This is not observable during the day time as it is to bright outside and the daylight overwhelms the faint light of the stars. But yes, they are always in the sky, even during the day, underneath, (in front of), the Moon.
As seen in the video above, (and several others on Youtube), there are no stars in space seen from a balloon camera. This also supports the fact that the only viable explanation is that the Stars are really below, ( at lower altitude), then the Moon.
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