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Is the moon sideways?

 
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well I don't see that I have a way to upload my pic and an example pic from google here, anyone with any idea on how I can do that?
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As well as field rotation mentioned above, the OP doesn't seem to realise the moon takes a different path through the sky every night, and rises and sets at a different time every night.

Sometimes it even rises or sets during the day!!

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 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8676833


It's amazing how many people haven't the first clue as to the NORMAL motions of the moon. Folks, it does not appear in the same place night after night and week after week. It's orbiting the earth every 27 days, so it appears in a different location every night and half of the month appears during the day.

Please open your eyes and don't just assume because you're ignorant of these things that something is wrong.
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I'm the OP. After reading the explanation in regards to field rotation and thinking about it, it makes sense. I noticed last night that the moon looked the same as it did two nights ago when i started the thread. Moon was in about the same spot in the sky (east), and still darkening from the top down. This morning when I took the dog out, at around 6:30, the moon was now in the south and was dimmer on the left side.
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I just looked at my photos of the moon from last night, and then compared it to photos off of Google images for photos from Northern hemisphere. So unless the moon face actually is supposed to rotate from time to time about 90 deg. counterclockwise, it is truly now rotating! I have a picture of it, and it differs from most photos I have found. the giant bright crater that usually sits at the bottom(6 o'clock position) is now at the 3 o'clock position from my photo last night. Please explain this one to me! thanks
 Quoting: CO SKY WATCHER


The rotation you are describing is field rotation. Here is the explanation again as it seems you ignored it the first time.

Nothing wrong with the Moon. What you are seeing is called field rotation. It is an APPARENT (not real) rotation that happens to everything in the sky. It is because you are looking at it from a round rotating surface.

The Moon's shadow is still left to right. The North pole of the Moon still points to the North. YOU are the one that turned. It is an optical illusion known as field rotation. When the Moon (or anything else in the sky) rises you are looking East and it APPEARS rotated to the left. When high in the sky you are looking South and it is upright. When it sets you are looking West and it APPEARS rotated to the right.

How do we know it is not a real rotation? First, YOU turned. When the Moon is just past the highest point in the sky you can see it both ways. Look South and you see the shadow on the left, look West and up and you see the shadow on top. Magic! Second, when we see it setting and appears to be rotated to the right, somebody on the other side of the world sees it rising AT THE SAME TIME and sees it appearing to be rotated to the left!
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All this really kicked off around the time of the Fukushima quake, did it not?... scratching
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apparently, yes. many sleepless nights just thinking about that. so many details pointing in that direction, and i really wish i could know the answer. but as there is no way i can ever know the answer, i can only take a very wild guess
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Im in south western Canada and the moon definitly not in the spot it should be for this time of day compaired to yesterday.
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Which is perfectly normal, since the moon takes 18.5 years to get back to the same path through teh sky at the same time again.

You might not have noticed it, but people over 4,000 years ago figured this out and built monuments that can track this.

And no , fukin field rotation is not making this occur.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1557467

Field rotation is what causes the moon to seem tilted, or a "smiley face".

Please, if you see terminology you don't understand, ask for an explanation, or look it up...
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Dont know how many times the field rotation has been the explanation. But heres a question how do people from all over north America , which has so many varying degrees . Yet we all see the same "exact" view?
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I just looked at my photos of the moon from last night, and then compared it to photos off of Google images for photos from Northern hemisphere. So unless the moon face actually is supposed to rotate from time to time about 90 deg. counterclockwise, it is truly now rotating! I have a picture of it, and it differs from most photos I have found. the giant bright crater that usually sits at the bottom(6 o'clock position) is now at the 3 o'clock position from my photo last night. Please explain this one to me! thanks
 Quoting: CO SKY WATCHER

How many times do we have to explain?

F-I-E-L-D . R-O-T-A-T-I-O-N

Look it up, learn something.
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Im in south western Canada and the moon definitly not in the spot it should be for this time of day compaired to yesterday.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1557467

Which is perfectly normal, since the moon takes 18.5 years to get back to the same path through teh sky at the same time again.

You might not have noticed it, but people over 4,000 years ago figured this out and built monuments that can track this.

And no , fukin field rotation is not making this occur.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1557467

Field rotation is what causes the moon to seem tilted, or a "smiley face".

Please, if you see terminology you don't understand, ask for an explanation, or look it up...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8676833


Dont know how many times the field rotation has been the explanation. But heres a question how do people from all over north America , which has so many varying degrees . Yet we all see the same "exact" view?
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No,you don't all see the exact same view, but since the moon's 250,000 miles away, the differences between people from east to west, or north to south in the US are very small. You'd have to take pictures at exactly the same time from different locations to really notice them.

And remember that going east to west, the moon rises later as you go across the country.
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Im in south western Canada and the moon definitly not in the spot it should be for this time of day compaired to yesterday.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1557467

Which is perfectly normal, since the moon takes 18.5 years to get back to the same path through teh sky at the same time again.

You might not have noticed it, but people over 4,000 years ago figured this out and built monuments that can track this.

And no , fukin field rotation is not making this occur.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1557467

Field rotation is what causes the moon to seem tilted, or a "smiley face".

Please, if you see terminology you don't understand, ask for an explanation, or look it up...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 8676833


No field rotation bsflag here
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Fixed/Variable. LoL at your archaic field theory.
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Too many people think something looks "off" with the Moon for it to be dismissed out of hand.

I mean, sure there's science.. but there's also a seemingly large number of average people who just feel something has changed. Weird.
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Yes its been looking weird the past couple ears
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Looking at the moon from the Tampa, FL area. I watch the moon just about every night. Over the last few nights it has looked nearly full and I know there was a full moon on Jan. 9 so it should now be in the waning gibbous phase. However I noticed a couple different things about the moon night. First, for the current time of this post, the moon is in a much different position in the night sky compared to previous nights. In previous nights the moon has traveled pretty much straight over my house but tonight it's path is shifted more to the east. Also, instead of darkening from the side as it does during the waning phase, it appears to be darkening from the top of the moon. Is this normal moon behavior or does it seem a little off to anyone else?
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You guys are trippin nutsacks. bonghit
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This thread was made in january.
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We've been noticing changes in both the moon and sun over Dallas, TX for several years now. In over 60 years of observing the moon phases, my husband and I had never seen what we call 'the Cheshire cat grin,' with only the bottom of the moon showing, as if it's waned from top to bottom. In addition, for almost 20 years, the sun has always set directly over our next door neighbor's house, almost due west. It now sets several hundred feet to the northwest. The following is a YouTube video of Inuits discussing that the sun & moon are now in different locations. [link to www.youtube.com]

For many years, I'd always turned on our outdoor Christmas lights at the same time every evening--4:45 p.m.--because it became too dark to find the electric plugs in the shrubbery after that time. A couple of years ago, I realized that it stayed lighter later in the evening--until close to 5:30. At the same time, a friend in Yorkshire, England, noticed that it was getting dark earlier than usual on her evening commute. I took a globe and by tilting it, I could see how if Dallas were to dip farther to the south, Yorkshire would tilt farther north. I asked the premier local meteorologist if this was possible and was basically ridiculed. Then, a few years later, it came out that the North Pole has shifted almost 1,100 kilometers into the Arctic Ocean. All of this is, I believe, part of a polar shift that's been going on for close to 100 years, but it's finally gotten to a point where it's observable by amateurs. Just my two cents.
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We've been noticing changes in both the moon and sun over Dallas, TX for several years now. In over 60 years of observing the moon phases, my husband and I had never seen what we call 'the Cheshire cat grin,' with only the bottom of the moon showing, as if it's waned from top to bottom.
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Where do you think the idea for the Cheshire cat came from?

In addition, for almost 20 years, the sun has always set directly over our next door neighbor's house, almost due west. It now sets several hundred feet to the northwest.
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Always? Really? Gonna have to call BS on that one.


For many years, I'd always turned on our outdoor Christmas lights at the same time every evening--4:45 p.m.--because it became too dark to find the electric plugs in the shrubbery after that time. A couple of years ago, I realized that it stayed lighter later in the evening--until close to 5:30. At the same time, a friend in Yorkshire, England, noticed that it was getting dark earlier than usual on her evening commute. I took a globe and by tilting it, I could see how if Dallas were to dip farther to the south, Yorkshire would tilt farther north. I asked the premier local meteorologist if this was possible and was basically ridiculed. Then, a few years later, it came out that the North Pole has shifted almost 1,100 kilometers into the Arctic Ocean. All of this is, I believe, part of a polar shift that's been going on for close to 100 years, but it's finally gotten to a point where it's observable by amateurs. Just my two cents.
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That was a MAGNETIC pole shift. A physical pole shift would be noticed by everybody, not just a few kooks on the Internet. No telescopes would track right anymore (they still do). The North star would not be in the right place (it is). Stonehenge would not work anymore (it does).
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Looking at the moon from the Tampa, FL area. I watch the moon just about every night. Over the last few nights it has looked nearly full and I know there was a full moon on Jan. 9 so it should now be in the waning gibbous phase. However I noticed a couple different things about the moon night. First, for the current time of this post, the moon is in a much different position in the night sky compared to previous nights. In previous nights the moon has traveled pretty much straight over my house but tonight it's path is shifted more to the east. Also, instead of darkening from the side as it does during the waning phase, it appears to be darkening from the top of the moon. Is this normal moon behavior or does it seem a little off to anyone else?
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You guys are trippin nutsacks. bonghit
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Yep! A little knowledge is a dangerous thing!
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This thread was made in january.
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Does not matter when it started. However that phenomena happened few days ago as well.

That one is a video filmed in Canada:

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First sighting here was in 2007. -->

Thread: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?

Since that year, that phenomena increase in frequency.
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Yep! A little knowledge is a dangerous thing!
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First sighting here was in 2007. -->

Thread: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?

Since that year, that phenomena increase in frequency.
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LOL, 2007 huh?
[link to imageshack.us]
Whoops, so much for that idea.
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This thread was made in january.
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It's that time of year again, when tards all around the forum gather to cry foul at the cheshire moon.
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First sighting here was in 2007. -->

Thread: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?

Since that year, that phenomena increase in frequency.
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LOL, 2007 huh?
[link to imageshack.us]
Whoops, so much for that idea.
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I see, you continue to post fake garbage.
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To love is to believe in yourself.

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First sighting here was in 2007. -->

Thread: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?

Since that year, that phenomena increase in frequency.
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LOL, 2007 huh?
[link to imageshack.us]
Whoops, so much for that idea.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro



I see, you continue to post fake garbage.
 Quoting: DUCM900


Not fake. It appears exactly the same way in "Space Biology and Medicine: Space and its exploration - Volume 1" published in 1993.
[link to books.google.com]
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LIAR

It means it depends on a variety of factors.
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NOT many at all and the only one does not influence so much the stuff.

For instance, your location on earth
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


Call it just with its name: latitude

the position of the sun and moon in the sky.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


NOT.


SO at this point, I don't know where you did study /or read something about astronomy.



Yes, the position of the sun and moon do matter.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


NOT and obviously, you can't find what you claim in books (just because its nonsense crap).
 Quoting: DUCM900

Yes, I can. It's mentioned here:
[link to www.barnesandnoble.com]
I thought it was fairly self-explanatory as to why, but if you don't believe me check it out for yourself:
[link to www.stellarium.org]
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


This freaking thing is just a tool trying to rappresentate whats happening these days.
 Quoting: duc

Prove it. It's open source. Show where in the code there's a conspiracy.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


You are posting the same crappy garbage things.

Folks just rent a book in a library and you'll see that what I wrote is simply right and obvious. You'll will never find just a single image of a sideway moon and relative text to describe it, even near the equator zones where can be tilted just a little due to earth field rotation.

You can take a look also in movies before 2007, your own video or photos and other stuff.

The scumming people (or ignorant ones) are full online.

Simply do not follow the garbage stuff.


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Last Edited by DVCMCM on 12/07/2012 12:06 PM
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Nope. Anyone can check that book out at a library and see for themselves, but the online scan proves me right unless and until you can prove otherwise. So far all you offer are defamatory remarks.
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Pick up your toys and back home instead.
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To dream is to believe in the power of love.
To love is to believe in yourself.

Luca 21:28 "Ma quando queste cose cominceranno ad accadere, guardate in alto e alzate i vostri sguardi, perché la vostra liberazione è vicina".
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LOL, 2007 huh?
[link to imageshack.us]
Whoops, so much for that idea.
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


What are you lolling about? you have post the same crap: A 40 year old single ..."PHOTO" ,that does not prove anything.

However now, can you post the direct link to nasa site so I can read something about it?

Last Edited by DVCMCM on 12/07/2012 12:39 PM
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To dream is to believe in the power of love.
To love is to believe in yourself.

Luca 21:28 "Ma quando queste cose cominceranno ad accadere, guardate in alto e alzate i vostri sguardi, perché la vostra liberazione è vicina".
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Pole shift soon ?

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