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Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?

 
The Lone Ranger

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01/26/2007 06:57 AM
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Re: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?
Just found this info and wanted to share. Might be they are trying to correct whatever is causing the moon to be out of natural orbit. [link to www.geekologie.com]
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So we've been hearing, off and on, for several years now about our moon outta "wack"!!

yeah..........blah blah........big yawn.

If it ever begins to "drop" out of the sky.....maybe then begin to.......and kiss.........goodbye. Until then REAL astronomers say "ALL IS NORMAL".....regardless of what you :nuttyp: woowoo's rant about.
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01/26/2007 06:59 AM
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Re: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?
Two days ago it was horizontal and in the WNW. In other words it looked like a smile and it was a bit to the right of due west... and this was in the evening.
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01/26/2007 08:18 AM
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Re: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?
yeah i saw it too in Dallas it was sideways out of place and movinbg too fast Dr. Postdude probably did not eeven look at it.
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Re: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?
Two days ago it was horizontal and in the WNW. In other words it looked like a smile and it was a bit to the right of due west... and this was in the evening.
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^^ this ^^
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11/17/2012 06:21 AM
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Re: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?
Its sideways. ITS TOO FAR WEST TOO EARLY IN THE EVENING!! .A I saw it at 7 it was already were the sun was at 4 pm. The moons been wack for 3 years.
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11/17/2012 06:45 AM
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Re: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?
Lol...moontardism is so 2010. Must be a whole new batch of tards that just looked up for the first time.
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11/19/2012 01:20 PM
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Re: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?
Its sideways. ITS TOO FAR WEST TOO EARLY IN THE EVENING!! .A I saw it at 7 it was already were the sun was at 4 pm. The moons been wack for 3 years.
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Too far West early in the evening? So you don't know that the Moon is NEVER in the same place at the same time from one day to the next? That it rises and sets about 50 minutes later each day as it progresses through its phases? That the crescent Moon is always near the Sun? The Moon was exactly where it should be.
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Re: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?
Its sideways. ITS TOO FAR WEST TOO EARLY IN THE EVENING!! .A I saw it at 7 it was already were the sun was at 4 pm. The moons been wack for 3 years.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27911435


Hi there, I saw that sideway moon since late 2007. However, check out that dedicated thread:

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


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12/27/2012 06:18 AM

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Re: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?
Hi there, I saw that sideway moon since late 2007. However, check out that dedicated thread:

--->> Thread: The Moon Contiunues To Be Seen Often In Sideway Mode Even in the Northern Latitude Regions
 Quoting: DUCM900

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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DUCM900

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Lots of works for the shills today, I see...



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Hydra

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12/27/2012 06:34 AM

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Re: Anyone else notice the moon sideways tonight?
Lots of works for the shills today, I see...
 Quoting: DUCM900

Very profound answer - LOL


Again:

Hi there, I saw that sideway moon since late 2007. However, check out that dedicated thread:

--->> Thread: The Moon Contiunues To Be Seen Often In Sideway Mode Even in the Northern Latitude Regions
 Quoting: DUCM900

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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