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The "moon" is a Projection in the Sky
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 192998:MV8yMDY1MDQyXzM0NzQ0MjkxX0Q0NUYzRjhC] [quote:AllGunsBlazing:MV8yMDY1MDQyXzM0NzQ0MjYzX0JEQzk0MjY4] [quote:apostle dave 10920814:MV8yMDY1MDQyXzM0NzQ0MTc2X0Q2RkUzOUZG] Get 3D glasses ready. Guess what that should not work lets say the moon was a....mmm Rock :) 1) tides. you guys do know that you have to go Prove that before you can even use it. OH wait ..what you thought that was fact?? nope :)) [link to en.wikipedia.org] 2)Face rotation? NOPE If you guys are right The "man on the moon" face would do a 180 every 24 hours. Even you must look at yourselfs as kinds silly now :)) 3) IT NOT ABOUT TAKING A PICTURE epstien!. Wow look we all can take pretty and nice pictures. But guess what we took pictures of a 3D image. What kind of breed of Dumb are you heathen?? Here is proof it in fact does not move much :) The MOON is GONE that is the Truth. Haters Hate but those with real questions ask right and I can tell you what I know. Haters will be ignorned like they always should be people. They are the Rabid Dogs of this world. [/quote] Is this English? [/quote] I think he's writing in Dumbfuckese. [/quote]
The Moon as we all knew it is Gone. About 3 years ago the Real moon went somewhere.
The Projection moon uses a High altitude Screen and is Projected unto from Satillies. THe Tech started Ground Based bach in the 1920's(projection lens patent work) and in the 1950's going down from orbit took care of the Light Loss problem Ground based projectors have.
The screen is the Very high (white) looking chem trail planes. That lays out the Screen at 50-55 k ft. The clounds and Plane traffic are around 30-45 depending.
Very interesting find. They live! :)
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