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Why doesn't the moon reflect the YELLOW sunshine back to earth also red, orange, green, blue, indigo and violet?

 
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Why doesn't the moon reflect the YELLOW sunshine back to earth also red, orange, green, blue, indigo and violet?
Weird science say the YELLOW sunshine also contains red, orange, green, blue, indigo and violet light. ROTFLMAO

GLP - if I hold up a sheet of A4 paper in the 'yellow' sunlight, it appears white. Does my page emit its own light? No!

The paper reflects its 'white paper color' when exposed to the YELLOW sunshine which of course the moon would reflect her 'grey moondust color' back to earth GREY and not WHITE. But I digress, when the yellow sunshine is seen racing across our dark skies at night reflecting off the moon back to earth WHITE, why then if the yellow Sunlight also contains the color red, orange, green, blue, indigo and violet doesn't the GREY moon not reflect the YELLOW sunshine back to earth also red, orange, green, blue, indigo and violet, but WHITE?

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Re: Why doesn't the moon reflect the YELLOW sunshine back to earth also red, orange, green, blue, indigo and violet?
White contains all colors.

Secondly, human perception can only see a TINY fraction of light.

Therefore what we percieve as moonlight is actually nothing like it truly is.


Edit:
Do you really think the sky is "blue".

Perception is everything.

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Re: Why doesn't the moon reflect the YELLOW sunshine back to earth also red, orange, green, blue, indigo and violet?
White contains all colors.
 Quoting: Revguard

Including my White Westinghouse 40watt lightbulb?

Secondly, human perception can only see a TINY fraction of light.
 Quoting: Revguard

Really?

I have seen the Rainbow.

Therefore what we percieve as moonlight is actually nothing like it truly is.
 Quoting: Revguard

So a baby blue Ferrari is actually nothing like it truly is.

Got it.

Edit:
Do you really think the sky is "blue".

Perception is everything.
 Quoting: Revguard

The BLUE-sky is really ETHER and not the thin thinner air that Pistachio science says is thinnest on Top!

If the Atmosphere (colorless air) gets thinner and thinner the higher up you go, this would imply that Air is most dense at ground level, and the Blue light should be scattered in all directions by the tiny molecules of air at groundlevel and we'd all be living in Smurfville!

At 6:10, 'YES' you can see the Blue is above the AIR we are breathing.



(6:42) - "Man its heaven"

(6:52) - "The sky looks just breath-taking"

(6:57) - "If indeed that is the sky most of the sky is below us, I think that might be the view of ETERNITY"

BUSTED on account of being drunk on ether because ether is what's up there. Ether refracts the color Blue.

Chapter 3
1 It came to pass, when Enoch had told his sons, that the angels took him on to their wings and bore him up on to the first heaven and placed him on the clouds. And there I looked, and again I looked higher, and saw the ether, and they placed me on the first heaven and showed me a very great Sea, greater than the earthly sea.
[link to www.ecmarsh.com]

(7:04) - "Technically speaking you are correct"

(7:22) - "Term you're looking for is God-smitten"
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Pistachio science likes the BoE.

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