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The MAN IN THE MOON is SIDEWAYS, LOOK AT THE MOON.

 
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If you watch it all night you'll see it appear to rotate clockwise. Around midnight it will appear to be upright (when you're looking South) and tomorrow morning it will appear to be rotated to the right (when you're looking West).
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It hasn't tilted like this before. My parents can never recall growing up and seeing it on its side every night like it is right now.


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So your parents are idiots too?

Explains a lot.
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Cue hyper aggressive shills to insist that the Moon is perfectly normal, that nothing's changed, that you don't understand anything about space and there's nothing to see here.
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Exactly.
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More like cue the complete fucking hysterical morons who have never taken time to do any research on the moon and field rotation. Instead they look up, point a finger and say "OMG, the moon is wrong! It must be Nibiru!"

Get a grip people.


Cue hyper aggressive shills to insist that the Moon is perfectly normal, that nothing's changed, that you don't understand anything about space and there's nothing to see here.
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Cue hyper aggressive shills to insist that the Moon is perfectly normal, that nothing's changed, that you don't understand anything about space and there's nothing to see here.
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Exactly.
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OK - either of you care to explain what's wrong with field rotation being the reason for the perceived rotation? Care to explain why astronomers have to polar align telescopes to stop objects rotating for viewing?

Or maybe you could give us your explanations of why different people in different parts of the world, looking at the moon at the same time will see it rotated differently...
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Cue hyper aggressive shills to insist that the Moon is perfectly normal, that nothing's changed, that you don't understand anything about space and there's nothing to see here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2424601


Exactly.
 Quoting: Tuff~Kooky


OK - either of you care to explain what's wrong with field rotation being the reason for the perceived rotation? Care to explain why astronomers have to polar align telescopes to stop objects rotating for viewing?
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They have no answer for this.
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Cue hyper aggressive shills to insist that the Moon is perfectly normal, that nothing's changed, that you don't understand anything about space and there's nothing to see here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2424601


Exactly.
 Quoting: Tuff~Kooky


OK - either of you care to explain what's wrong with field rotation being the reason for the perceived rotation? Care to explain why astronomers have to polar align telescopes to stop objects rotating for viewing?

Or maybe you could give us your explanations of why different people in different parts of the world, looking at the moon at the same time will see it rotated differently...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9552045


Funny how "field rotation" of the moon never existed in our school curriculum when I was a kid. We were taught that the moon would be in the same position facing the earth, as it rotated around the earth, no matter what shadow was cast on it.

Hmmmm....odd, isn't it?

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Cue hyper aggressive shills to insist that the Moon is perfectly normal, that nothing's changed, that you don't understand anything about space and there's nothing to see here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2424601


Exactly.
 Quoting: Tuff~Kooky


OK - either of you care to explain what's wrong with field rotation being the reason for the perceived rotation? Care to explain why astronomers have to polar align telescopes to stop objects rotating for viewing?

Or maybe you could give us your explanations of why different people in different parts of the world, looking at the moon at the same time will see it rotated differently...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9552045


Funny how "field rotation" of the moon never existed in our school curriculum when I was a kid. We were taught that the moon would be in the same position facing the earth, as it rotated around the earth, no matter what shadow was cast on it.

Hmmmm....odd, isn't it?

goodnews
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That you went to a school taught entirely by idiots? Yeah, odd....

Or maybe you just didn't bother to pay attention.
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Exactly.
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OK - either of you care to explain what's wrong with field rotation being the reason for the perceived rotation? Care to explain why astronomers have to polar align telescopes to stop objects rotating for viewing?

Or maybe you could give us your explanations of why different people in different parts of the world, looking at the moon at the same time will see it rotated differently...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9552045


Funny how "field rotation" of the moon never existed in our school curriculum when I was a kid. We were taught that the moon would be in the same position facing the earth, as it rotated around the earth, no matter what shadow was cast on it.

Hmmmm....odd, isn't it?

goodnews
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That you went to a school taught entirely by idiots? Yeah, odd....

Or maybe you just didn't bother to pay attention.
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agent Be careful, the nuns might come after you for that one... lolsign
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Funny how "field rotation" of the moon never existed in our school curriculum when I was a kid.
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In my experience, virtually nothing about astronomy is taught in public school. There are a few exceptions, but the only reason I know about them is because those are the schools that reach out to local astronomy clubs like mine to get volunteers to provide telescope time for students. I'm mostly self-taught when it comes to astronomy, though I did take some courses in college just for fun.
We were taught that the moon would be in the same position facing the earth, as it rotated around the earth, no matter what shadow was cast on it.
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You're confusing tidal lock with field rotation. Two totally different things. Field rotation goes back much farther than your education. Here's an article on the geometry of field rotation in siderostats, published in 1900:
[link to adsabs.harvard.edu]
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Does look a little oblong...instead of round..
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I thought same thing
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I too have definately noticed that and the moon is a big part of who I am so I have absolutely looked up at it every night for years.

As such I have noticed this for over a year now.
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Have you all checked what Moon phase you were born under?

Find out !

Thread: WHAT MOON PHASE WERE YOU BORN IN? FIND OUT !
 Quoting: APOLLO ILLUMINATI


Thanks for that, Apollo! Knew what moon sign i am but not what phase! Coool!book
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Cue hyper aggressive shills to insist that the Moon is perfectly normal, that nothing's changed, that you don't understand anything about space and there's nothing to see here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2424601


Exactly.
 Quoting: Tuff~Kooky


OK - either of you care to explain what's wrong with field rotation being the reason for the perceived rotation? Care to explain why astronomers have to polar align telescopes to stop objects rotating for viewing?

Or maybe you could give us your explanations of why different people in different parts of the world, looking at the moon at the same time will see it rotated differently...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9552045


Funny how "field rotation" of the moon never existed in our school curriculum when I was a kid. We were taught that the moon would be in the same position facing the earth, as it rotated around the earth, no matter what shadow was cast on it.

Hmmmm....odd, isn't it?

goodnews
 Quoting: Tuff~Kooky


Because it is not a REAL rotation. It is only a perceived rotation because you are looking at it from a round rotating object. It happens to the Moon and everything else in the sky.

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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is there a program that can show how the moon should look from a certain position on the east Coast
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[link to stellarium.org]
 Quoting: Astromut


Yes, Astromut. But it's important to note that you have to zoom in on the Moon to see how it's oriented and tilted.
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I'm on the East Coast, USA. Go outside and look at the man in the moon, it is SIDEWAYS.

When you look at the moon, every night, when it is a half-moon, crescent moon, etc, it is SIDEWAYS.

A friend in Maine confirmed that the MOON IS SIDEWAYS. Go look at the moon!

This is NOT a Cheshire Moon, the moon is physically SIDEWAYS.

(or the earth is tilted)
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You are absolutely right. I am on the west coast and the "man in the Moon" is crooked.
Nowhere near the way I've seen it for years as I was a kid up until fairly recently.

Something is perturbing the Moon I believe, or like you said perturbing our Earth, or both...

blink
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Did you see the screenshot of Sky View Cafe I posted earlier? There's no need to use memory, just get the predicted position.
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They have no answer for this.
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Imo something changed around the time of Fukushima, whether you say it did, or not.
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They have no answer for this.
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Imo something changed around the time of Fukushima, whether you say it did, or not.
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Just like I said, no answer for why field rotation would not explain the apparent rotation of the moon, no answer for why astronomers polar align their telescopes to avoid field rotation, etc. Field rotation didn't start at Fukushima, it's always been present for anyone observing the sky from a non-polar aligned perspective.

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Cue hyper aggressive shills to insist that the Moon is perfectly normal, that nothing's changed, that you don't understand anything about space and there's nothing to see here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2424601


Exactly.
 Quoting: Tuff~Kooky


OK - either of you care to explain what's wrong with field rotation being the reason for the perceived rotation? Care to explain why astronomers have to polar align telescopes to stop objects rotating for viewing?

Or maybe you could give us your explanations of why different people in different parts of the world, looking at the moon at the same time will see it rotated differently...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9552045


Funny how "field rotation" of the moon never existed in our school curriculum when I was a kid. We were taught that the moon would be in the same position facing the earth, as it rotated around the earth, no matter what shadow was cast on it.

Hmmmm....odd, isn't it?

goodnews
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You're talking about two completely different things. One side of the Moon DOES always face Earth, but that one face APPEARS to rotate as we watch it cross our sky. It's normal.
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Does look a little oblong...instead of round..
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I thought same thing
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I too have definately noticed that and the moon is a big part of who I am so I have absolutely looked up at it every night for years.

As such I have noticed this for over a year now.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10458907


All you would have had to do in those "every night for years" was watch the Moon for a few hours to see it APPEAR to rotate. It certainly did that before a year ago. Doesn't say much for your observational skills.
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is there a program that can show how the moon should look from a certain position on the east Coast
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[link to stellarium.org]
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Yes, Astromut. But it's important to note that you have to zoom in on the Moon to see how it's oriented and tilted.
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You just have to select "scale Moon" in the viewing options.
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Yeah I noticed this last week, 40% tilted
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is there a program that can show how the moon should look from a certain position on the east Coast
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[link to stellarium.org]
 Quoting: Astromut


Yes, Astromut. But it's important to note that you have to zoom in on the Moon to see how it's oriented and tilted.
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You just have to select "scale Moon" in the viewing options.
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Oh, thanks. I didn't know.
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ok i am 52 years old and have always held a deep fascination with the sun moon stars and other planets i have done an enormous amount of reaserch i am by no means saying that im a expert but yes there is a but , i can go outside and look up at the full moon tonight and see that in laymans terms the " man on the moon" is not looking down and to the left as it has done since i can remember but looking straight up i do not need anyone to tell me that this is an optical illusion. i have never seen the moon like this i have never heard of this happening. somthing is going on with the moon and it is not a "play of shadows" across the moon if it were why have i never seen these shadows before? i am trying to figure out whats going on but all i seem to find on the internet is a bunch of conspiracy theories . and as far as this " rotation " that " happens all the time" i have never seen it in 52 years dont belive everything they tell you right away question EVERYTHING
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you asked your marine friend xD

did you just ask him it was sideways, and he said yes?

a lot of the time, they're not the brightest crayon in the box...
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ok i am 52 years old and have always held a deep fascination with the sun moon stars and other planets i have done an enormous amount of reaserch i am by no means saying that im a expert but yes there is a but , i can go outside and look up at the full moon tonight and see that in laymans terms the " man on the moon" is not looking down and to the left as it has done since i can remember but looking straight up i do not need anyone to tell me that this is an optical illusion. i have never seen the moon like this i have never heard of this happening. somthing is going on with the moon and it is not a "play of shadows" across the moon if it were why have i never seen these shadows before? i am trying to figure out whats going on but all i seem to find on the internet is a bunch of conspiracy theories . and as far as this " rotation " that " happens all the time" i have never seen it in 52 years dont belive everything they tell you right away question EVERYTHING
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I have just noticed the moon turned 90 degree to my right. I have never seen this before! Shocked. This is the only site I have found that has discussed it. I can't find anything except here that anyone says it is normal.
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Cue hyper aggressive shills to insist that the Moon is perfectly normal, that nothing's changed, that you don't understand anything about space and there's nothing to see here.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 2424601


Exactly.
 Quoting: Tuff~Kooky


OK - either of you care to explain what's wrong with field rotation being the reason for the perceived rotation? Care to explain why astronomers have to polar align telescopes to stop objects rotating for viewing?

Or maybe you could give us your explanations of why different people in different parts of the world, looking at the moon at the same time will see it rotated differently...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9552045


Funny how "field rotation" of the moon never existed in our school curriculum when I was a kid. We were taught that the moon would be in the same position facing the earth, as it rotated around the earth, no matter what shadow was cast on it.

Hmmmm....odd, isn't it?

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Right that garbage stuff is used by brainless shills in these days.

Anyway I-ve just start a topic about that issue here

>>> Thread: The Moon Contiunues To Be Seen Often In Sideway Mode Even in the Northern Latitude Regions


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Since you refuse to answer my question in the other thread
Thread: The Moon Contiunues To Be Seen Often In Sideway Mode Even in the Northern Latitude Regions (Page 5)
may be I can get your answer here.


Still waiting for the explanation, why the "sideway" (horizontal) moon is in photos of 2006 and 2005, when it according to you happens only since 2007.
[link to www.fotokritik.com]
[link to www.fotokritik.com]

Still waiting for the explanation, why the "sideway" (horizontal) moon is describe in detail in a book from 1909, when it according to you happens only since 2007.
[link to adsabs.harvard.edu]


Your turn, Spaghetti


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If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

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siren2 do not feed the shills.



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do not feed the shills.
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Excellent and intelligent answer - LOL


Again:

Since you refuse to answer my question in the other thread
Thread: The Moon Contiunues To Be Seen Often In Sideway Mode Even in the Northern Latitude Regions (Page 5)
may be I can get your answer here.


Still waiting for the explanation, why the "sideway" (horizontal) moon is in photos of 2006 and 2005, when it according to you happens only since 2007.
[link to www.fotokritik.com]
[link to www.fotokritik.com]

Still waiting for the explanation, why the "sideway" (horizontal) moon is describe in detail in a book from 1909, when it according to you happens only since 2007.
[link to adsabs.harvard.edu]


Your turn, Spaghetti


.
If the Moon is off, if Earth wobbles or if there is a pole shift
how can things like this, predicted decades ago, happen?

aseindia
Annular Solar Eclipse - January 15, 2010 - Rameshwaram, India
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I'm on the East Coast, USA. Go outside and look at the man in the moon, it is SIDEWAYS.

When you look at the moon, every night, when it is a half-moon, crescent moon, etc, it is SIDEWAYS.

A friend in Maine confirmed that the MOON IS SIDEWAYS. Go look at the moon!

This is NOT a Cheshire Moon, the moon is physically SIDEWAYS.

(or the earth is tilted)
 Quoting: Pleeb


You are absolutely right. I am on the west coast and the "man in the Moon" is crooked.
Nowhere near the way I've seen it for years as I was a kid up until fairly recently.

Something is perturbing the Moon I believe, or like you said perturbing our Earth, or both...

blink
 Quoting: Tuff~Kooky


Did you read the rest of the thread? Did you understand any of it?

It's field rotation, completely normal, and yet we have to explain it day after day after day to the idiots who keep posting here that "they've never seen it in all their life"...
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I'm on the East Coast, USA. Go outside and look at the man in the moon, it is SIDEWAYS.

When you look at the moon, every night, when it is a half-moon, crescent moon, etc, it is SIDEWAYS.

A friend in Maine confirmed that the MOON IS SIDEWAYS. Go look at the moon!

This is NOT a Cheshire Moon, the moon is physically SIDEWAYS.

(or the earth is tilted)
 Quoting: Pleeb


You are absolutely right. I am on the west coast and the "man in the Moon" is crooked.
Nowhere near the way I've seen it for years as I was a kid up until fairly recently.

Something is perturbing the Moon I believe, or like you said perturbing our Earth, or both...

blink
 Quoting: Tuff~Kooky


Did you read the rest of the thread? Did you understand any of it?

It's field rotation, completely normal, and yet we have to explain it day after day after day to the idiots who keep posting here that "they've never seen it in all their life"...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 9552045


Wow! How rude.


Was not aware the moon rotated...
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