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Moon Moving Waaaaaay too fast

 
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Field Rotation Blah Blah Blah. Field Rotation. Blah Blah Blah. Field Rotation Blah Blah Blah.

Field Rotation Blah Blah Blah works for everything.

Blah Blah Blah. What a bunch of shit sandwiches.
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Field Rotation Blah Blah Blah. Field Rotation. Blah Blah Blah. Field Rotation Blah Blah Blah.

Field Rotation Blah Blah Blah works for everything.

Blah Blah Blah. What a bunch of shit sandwiches.
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Maybe he did study field rotation in Disneyland.
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Re: Moon Moving Waaaaaay too fast
Increase in tides across the globe would suggest the opposite, Moon moving too slow.

If the Moon was moving faster, it would break away from Earths gravity. Causing less influence on the Earth, including tides.


So, for all you crazies, the tidal action does not support this statement.
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'Strange how the moon goes sideways instead of down and quick in 2 minutes.':


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That thing was hauling ass. I thought you guys were crazy, but i'm not sure I've seen it move that fast, but I don't keep a moon log.
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'Strange how the moon goes sideways instead of down and quick in 2 minutes.':


[link to youtu.be]
 Quoting: DUCM900


That thing was hauling ass. I thought you guys were crazy, but i'm not sure I've seen it move that fast, but I don't keep a moon log.
 Quoting: shadasonic


It appears faster because the video is zoomed in.
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shill



And here we go with the shills...
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shill



And here we go with the shills...
 Quoting: DUCM900


GLP definition for shill: Anyone that doesn't agree with me and gives evidence and reasonable reasoning why.
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It appears faster because the video is zoomed in.
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Why? Anyway there are many people who reported that recently.
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It should be simple for an amateur astronomer to time the earth and moon with perhaps a star as a reference point?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27834799


You mean like this?
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Just sayin...
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


And here we go again with the field rotation BS by the shills.

Are you come back again here to trying to 'debunk' stuff with your ridiculous nonsense relinks?
 Quoting: DUCM900


No, I already debunked it. My debunking stands, I'm just giving a little reminder since someone asked about the exact thing I already did...
 Quoting: Dr. Astro


you didn't debunk a video of last night or it crossing the sky just of its rotation silly shilly
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GLP definition for shill: Anyone that doesn't agree with me and gives evidence and reasonable reasoning why.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


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Re: Moon Moving Waaaaaay too fast
It appears faster because the video is zoomed in.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


Why? Anyway there are many people who reported that recently.
 Quoting: DUCM900


Why? You don't understand the concept that if you zoom in and have far less of a field of view that the object will move across that field of view quicker?

As for those reporting it, NONE have reported it that acutally know how the Moon moves and can measure it. Just because you don't understand it doesn't mean it isn't true.
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Re: Moon Moving Waaaaaay too fast
Increase in tides across the globe would suggest the opposite, Moon moving too slow.

If the Moon was moving faster, it would break away from Earths gravity. Causing less influence on the Earth, including tides.


So, for all you crazies, the tidal action does not support this statement.
 Quoting: --Voltaic--


prove it!
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Re: Moon Moving Waaaaaay too fast
It appears faster because the video is zoomed in.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


Why? Anyway there are many people who reported that recently.
 Quoting: DUCM900


Why? You don't understand the concept that if you zoom in and have far less of a field of view that the object will move across that field of view quicker?

As for those reporting it, NONE have reported it that acutally know how the Moon moves and can measure it. Just because you don't understand it doesn't mean it isn't true.
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Re: Moon Moving Waaaaaay too fast
It appears faster because the video is zoomed in.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


Why? Anyway there are many people who reported that recently.
 Quoting: DUCM900


Why? You don't understand the concept that if you zoom in and have far less of a field of view that the object will move across that field of view quicker?

As for those reporting it, NONE have reported it that acutally know how the Moon moves and can measure it. Just because you don't understand it doesn't mean it isn't true.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


cruise
 Quoting: DUCM900


Thank you for proving you don't understand it with such a well thought out response! I'm sure that took a lot out of you.

to expand on how zooming affects the apparent speed with some very light algebra:
If the speed of the object allows it to cross y degrees per minute and the unzoomed field of view is 50y then it would take 50 minutes to cross. Now when zoomed that field of view is 10y. How long will it take to cross that smaller field of view and how much faster will it appear?

Last Edited by LHP598 on 11/20/2012 01:50 PM
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i have been looking at the moon, earthquakes, the sun, and all kinds of crazy snit, but listen the moon is IS! me and at least 5 others last night witnessed the moon from horizon to horizon in no more than 5 hours! You or who ever can't debunk that.
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So even if your lies are welcome (not), you tool may think that the camera noticed the strange speed of the moon, not the guy who filmed it after noticed that anomaly, right?

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The moon is fake maybe earth is too a test tube.
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i have been looking at the moon, earthquakes, the sun, and all kinds of crazy snit, but listen the moon is IS! me and at least 5 others last night witnessed the moon from horizon to horizon in no more than 5 hours! You or who ever can't debunk that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22794525


Last night you say? Really? When it was up since around Noon? Or did you not know that it was up for much of the day already? I don't suppose you have any actual proof of your statement? Or any reason why only those that don't seem to understand its movement are the only ones that see this?
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'Strange how the moon goes sideways instead of down and quick in 2 minutes.':


[link to youtu.be]
 Quoting: DUCM900


That thing was hauling ass. I thought you guys were crazy, but i'm not sure I've seen it move that fast, but I don't keep a moon log.
 Quoting: shadasonic


It appears faster because the video is zoomed in.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


Ok, reasonable point..
But now explain the fact why those 2 guys
also experiencing the same effect?
Don't think they both look through a zoomed camera
without looking at it once with their naked eye.

Don't you think it's the reason they started filming
in the first place, because they noticed it, watching
with there naked eyes.

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Re: Moon Moving Waaaaaay too fast
Increase in tides across the globe would suggest the opposite, Moon moving too slow.

If the Moon was moving faster, it would break away from Earths gravity. Causing less influence on the Earth, including tides.


So, for all you crazies, the tidal action does not support this statement.


Sorry my eyes say it all, moon is moving faster, I think it's due to earth moving slower.
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So even if your lies are welcome (not), you tool may think that the camera noticed the strange speed of the moon, not the guy who filmed after noticed that anomaly right?

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 Quoting: DUCM900


Show just ONE thing I've said that is a provable lie. I'll bet you can't.

Your video shows it was zoomed in quite a bit as it shows the unzoomed right at the beginning. Based on the unzoomed part the movement of the Moon is miniscule and well within the bounds of what it should be. Just because he noticed it doesn't mean he was right.
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'Strange how the moon goes sideways instead of down and quick in 2 minutes.':


[link to youtu.be]
 Quoting: DUCM900


That thing was hauling ass. I thought you guys were crazy, but i'm not sure I've seen it move that fast, but I don't keep a moon log.
 Quoting: shadasonic


It appears faster because the video is zoomed in.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


Ok, reasonable point..
But now explain the fact why those 2 guys
also experiencing the same effect?
Don't think they both look through a zoomed camera
without looking at it once with their naked eye.

Don't you think it's the reason they started filming
in the first place, because they noticed it, watching
with there naked eyes.
 Quoting: Mindfulnesz


They don't understand what they're looking at. They're comparing it to the trees which makes the movement more apparent. Still the amount of movement it had was well within the bounds of what it should be. If it was off then where are the thousands of reports from astronomers around the world that were unable to track the Moon?
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(..cutting the nonsense BS as always)

Just because he noticed it doesn't mean he was right.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


Oh well SO you think you are right VS many peolple who noticed it. Good deal. lmao.
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Re: Moon Moving Waaaaaay too fast
Increase in tides across the globe would suggest the opposite, Moon moving too slow.

If the Moon was moving faster, it would break away from Earths gravity. Causing less influence on the Earth, including tides.


So, for all you crazies, the tidal action does not support this statement.


Sorry my eyes say it all, moon is moving faster, I think it's due to earth moving slower.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 13926736


If the Earth was moving slower (or even faster) then why are the sunrise and sunset times still accurate even in printed sources from years ago? Why are the Moon rise and set times still accurate? Why did the eclipse happen exactly on schedule and in the predicted location last week?
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That thing was hauling ass. I thought you guys were crazy, but i'm not sure I've seen it move that fast, but I don't keep a moon log.
 Quoting: shadasonic


It appears faster because the video is zoomed in.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


Ok, reasonable point..
But now explain the fact why those 2 guys
also experiencing the same effect?
Don't think they both look through a zoomed camera
without looking at it once with their naked eye.

Don't you think it's the reason they started filming
in the first place, because they noticed it, watching
with there naked eyes.
 Quoting: Mindfulnesz


They don't understand what they're looking at. They're comparing it to the trees which makes the movement more apparent. Still the amount of movement it had was well within the bounds of what it should be. If it was off then where are the thousands of reports from astronomers around the world that were unable to track the Moon?
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


You got a point there..
I do believe most astronomers wouldn't (more like couldn't)
say a thing about it, if it was true..
But there are also many amateur astronomers that should've noticed it and posted something on the internet..

Non the less.. I do think there's something about Luna that
they haven't told us consciously.
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(..cutting the nonsense BS as always)

Just because he noticed it doesn't mean he was right.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


Oh well SO you think you are right VS many peolple who noticed it. Good deal. lmao.
 Quoting: DUCM900


So you can't show one thing I've posted that is a lie then?

And no it is not just me, it is thousands of people around the world that look at the Moon every day, know what they are looking at and are not reporting the anomalies that those who obviously don't know what they're looking at are saying. It is the fact that sunrise and set times and Moon rise and set times are still accurate even when comparing to source printed years ago. It is the fact that the recent eclipse happened exactly where and when it was supposed to be and was predicted decades before.
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i have been looking at the moon, earthquakes, the sun, and all kinds of crazy snit, but listen the moon is IS! me and at least 5 others last night witnessed the moon from horizon to horizon in no more than 5 hours! You or who ever can't debunk that.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 22794525


Last night you say? Really? When it was up since around Noon? Or did you not know that it was up for much of the day already? I don't suppose you have any actual proof of your statement? Or any reason why only those that don't seem to understand its movement are the only ones that see this?
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


i saw it come over the horizon at 2;15pm k
it set at 7:00pm can you disprove that , i would attempt video taping this today but it's like a monsun out there lightning and hard rain, heavy cloud cover
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It appears faster because the video is zoomed in.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


Ok, reasonable point..
But now explain the fact why those 2 guys
also experiencing the same effect?
Don't think they both look through a zoomed camera
without looking at it once with their naked eye.

Don't you think it's the reason they started filming
in the first place, because they noticed it, watching
with there naked eyes.
 Quoting: Mindfulnesz


They don't understand what they're looking at. They're comparing it to the trees which makes the movement more apparent. Still the amount of movement it had was well within the bounds of what it should be. If it was off then where are the thousands of reports from astronomers around the world that were unable to track the Moon?
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


You got a point there..
I do believe most astronomers wouldn't (more like couldn't)
say a thing about it, if it was true..
But there are also many amateur astronomers that should've noticed it and posted something on the internet..

Non the less.. I do think there's something about Luna that
they haven't told us consciously.
 Quoting: Mindfulnesz


I'll give you that there many be SOME astronomers that couldn't say something. But they couldn't hide it either. IF something were not moving right it would be noticeable to people all around the world in every country. It simply couldn't be covered up and astronomers would be the first you'd be hearing from. They'd all want to be the first to describe it, the first to speculate on why it is happening.
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You got a point there..
I do believe most astronomers wouldn't (more like couldn't)
say a thing about it, if it was true..

But there are also many amateur astronomers that should've noticed it and posted something on the internet..

Non the less.. I do think there's something about Luna that
they haven't told us consciously.
 Quoting: Mindfulnesz


this^^

(obviously)
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It simply couldn't be covered up and astronomers would be the first you'd be hearing from. They'd all want to be the first to describe it, the first to speculate on why it is happening.
 Quoting: Weasel_Turbine


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