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U - moon ("laid back" crescent) shows that position of Sun Earth and Moon has changed- update 2012: PROOF!!!! on page 6, new info on page11
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[quote:Returner 997:MV8xMDE3MTg3XzE2OTY5NjIzX0UyNzk2REJD] Typical behavior. They say something monumentally stupid, they get called on it, evidence to the contrary is presented, and they trot away 'for a month' to licik their wounds and work on their next bit of astronomical assininity. What's next, OP? Will the Moon be: 1) Cubical? 2) Only 50 miles above the Earth? 3) Attached to the Sun with suddenly-visible springs? 4) Only a projection originating from <drumroll> ATLANTIS???? Feel free to use any of the above. And don't forget to throw in the wisdom of the elders! [/quote]
This is a thread from 2010, I renewed it because now there is evidence...
For 2 months the position of the shadow of the Earth on the Moon is different than before. The sliver is on the bottom, and forms a wide letter "U" instead of the usual position.
link to www.spaceweather.com
There are many strange pics on the Moon on Spaceweather.com. More often than not, you see much more on the pics, that the written explanation. This time the Moon is not a crescent at all on the pic.
link to spaceweather.com
New info on page 11.
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