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I must misunderstand you.. but I can see the reflected light of the moon very clearly from my house at over 300,000 km away? [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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Yes you can, but there is no proof it can be seen from the Space Station, other than when looking sideways, though the Earths atmosphere. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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Dollard may have said no EM waves implying Teslas longitudinal or scalar waves, but surely didn't mean "no light or heat"!Have you got a link (or direct quote of) to exactly what he said?
Again here in Australia at summer I can assure you it (our sun) belts out a lot of heat! [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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Yes, he did mean no light or heat is transmitted, and ONLY longitudinal waves will travel long distances. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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* Eric Dollard states the sun does not transmit any transverse electromagnetic energy.

* When the longitudinal waves hit surfaces it converts the longitudinal waves to transverse waves.
[link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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You can watch the video, Part 5, from this page. At about 5:10 Dollard speaks. I can't find the video that has his full presentation, but he talked just prior to the piece here about how NASA was puzzled about the non-visibility of the stars etc from the first shuttle missions, and then how they put a grating on the shuttle main windows so they could see the stars. That would have been so that they could see the Lyman Alpha emissions from those 'stars', I believe.
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I have read quite a few mission reports from the Gemini and Apollo missions, along with crew voice transcripts, and there is no evidence that heat was ever a problem, and that the complaints were about being cold, even when they should have been in full sun on the translunar coast. On Apollo 8 they said the windows had fogging and ice crystals on the outside, even when the Sun was supposedly on those windows. Nothing NASA has said makes me believe it is hot in space while in the Sun, other folk may reach different conclusions, of course. [link to www.thunderbolts.info]
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morning
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good morning

where are the stars?

[link to iss.stormway.ru]
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