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The moon's crookedness is caused by our going toward the center of the galactic plane
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27374412:MV8yMDEzOTI1XzM0NTgxODg0XzVEQjc1RDFE] [quote:ehecatl:MV8yMDEzOTI1XzM0NTgxNzkyX0E2OTM4RTU0] Got news for you. The moon ain't what you have been taught to believe it is. [youtube]http://youtu.be/8NTPpFNdca0[/youtube] [/quote] Got News for you Pal, Get off my Thread! All you do is try and re-couch what others say so that the simple Impact gets lost, and so you should not try that here. I've given lots of easy-to-understand ideas about the Moon and related matters in our world view. And I don't need someone else muddying up them thar waters! Got it? [/quote]
In our EU, the usual nearer and stronger EM forces of the sun keep us oriented--usually.
However as we approach galactic center, the forces there are so strong that we tilt even moreso sometimes (given whatever conditions we pass through at any given time), giving that mushroom smoking Cat like grin to the moon we witness, sometimes, even out of season.
Not to mention the polar disarray the sun is also going through not only with its own solar cycles (of which are bad enough), but--again--approaching galactic center.
These are signs of our impending pole shift.
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