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Does moonlight make things colder?

 
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
That theory does not compute.
I wont say anything stupid in your thread for $1.98
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Everyone knows the moon is a luminary. Yes, moonlight is COOLER than the shadows it makes at night. Hard proof that it's not reflecting the sunlight. Is the moon a mirror? Lol no. Do rocks on earth reflect light of the sun? Hell no.
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Watch the video. People often wonder how I managed to have patience with people like you. Sometimes I wonder myself. Because everything you just said was clearly disproven by my video.
 Quoting: The Gentle Astromut


There's over 1000 videos on YouTube showing the exact opposite of yours

You're a clown who trolls other poster's threads if they go against your grain

You're using sock puppet accounts in this very thread trying to gain back credibility because most can see you're a desperate, paid fraud
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Paid by who? To what end?
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Lol, creates thread and has sock puppets reply in favor to his OP
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Right. Because there are no real people that agree with Astro about the nature of reality.

Your delusions go far beyond moonlight and the shape of the earth.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Is silver solidified moonlight?
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hf

“Thus silver takes its place in the cosmic context so that we can call it, with full justification, the metal of the moon. But now we call it this out of our modem consciousness, without leaning on any old atavistic stages of consciousness which, in their dreamlike clairvoyance, saw these connections directly.”


~The Secrets of Metals, Wilhelm Pelikan~
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
I have been banned from this thread 9 times tonight...

I must be on to something
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No, you're not onto something, you're just trespassing where you're not welcome. The more you keep coming back the more you'll keep getting kicked off. As I said earlier, disagreeing is one thing, being an obstinate little shit who accuses me of skewing my data, lying, and using sock puppets is quite another. If you don't want to believe me, fine, but if you're a little shit about it and you won't quit spamming my thread I will escort you off. And if you change your IP to circumvent that as you have been doing, you will be banned site-wide for breaking the rules.
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I have been banned from this thread 9 times tonight...

I must be on to something
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I was thinking the same thing. Have you considered rehab or AA?
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Everyone knows the moon is a luminary. Yes, moonlight is COOLER than the shadows it makes at night. Hard proof that it's not reflecting the sunlight. Is the moon a mirror? Lol no. Do rocks on earth reflect light of the sun? Hell no.
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I thought it was reflecting the titanium oxide that covered the moons surface?

Last Edited by History Lion on 07/16/2017 11:15 PM
"I am all that has been, and is, and shall be, and my robe no mortal has yet uncovered." -Isis/Athena

"Now this has the form of a myth, but really signifies a declination of the bodies moving in the heavens around the earth,..." -Plato 360 BC.

"Then he secretly prayed to Mercury, whom the teaching of the theologians stated to be the swift intelligence of the universe, arousing the activity of men's minds;.." A. Marcellinus, 4th century ce.

"Great minds never love to linger long in the body: they are eager to burst its bonds and escape from it, they chafe at the narrowness of their prison, having been wont to wander through space, and from aloft in the upper air to look down with contempt upon human affairs."-Seneca
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Everyone knows the moon is a luminary. Yes, moonlight is COOLER than the shadows it makes at night. Hard proof that it's not reflecting the sunlight. Is the moon a mirror? Lol no. Do rocks on earth reflect light of the sun? Hell no.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71634426


Watch the video. People often wonder how I managed to have patience with people like you. Sometimes I wonder myself. Because everything you just said was clearly disproven by my video.
 Quoting: The Gentle Astromut


There's over 1000 videos on YouTube showing the exact opposite of yours

You're a clown who trolls other poster's threads if they go against your grain

You're using sock puppet accounts in this very thread trying to gain back credibility because most can see you're a desperate, paid fraud
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Paid by who? To what end?
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I really doubt Astroturf would use sock accounts; that is not his style, and I also doubt that he cares what trolls think.

Note that he understands more about light and astro-photography than most people.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Asstroll is a Dummkopf

how obvious does he need to be.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
I have been banned from this thread 9 times tonight...

I must be on to something
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I was thinking the same thing. Have you considered rehab or AA?
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The fact that NONE of YOU have EVER left Earths Orbit.

Chat at me when YOU have.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Since I can't leave you return karma, Astromut (LOL):

I take joy in seeing people mocking you and your tedious threads; that doesn't make me ignorant. You don't need to "debunk" every retarded theory you come across. I'd much rather see you contribute something original, if you ever have an original thought worth sharing. Cheers!
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Is water wet?

Ops next discussion
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Everyone knows the moon is a luminary. Yes, moonlight is COOLER than the shadows it makes at night. Hard proof that it's not reflecting the sunlight. Is the moon a mirror? Lol no. Do rocks on earth reflect light of the sun? Hell no.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71634426


Dude, you are one stupid fucking idiot.

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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Since I can't leave you return karma, Astromut (LOL):

I take joy in seeing people mocking you and your tedious threads; that doesn't make me ignorant. You don't need to "debunk" every retarded theory you come across. I'd much rather see you contribute something original, if you ever have an original thought worth sharing. Cheers!
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REAL science would be a plus...
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
According to Plutarch, in the 1st century, some people of the time thought:

"The reason is that air, because of its subtility, is delicately attuned to every quality and influence; and, especially if it touches light or, to use your phrase, merely is tangent to it, it is altered through and through and entirely illuminated. So this same point seems right handsomely to re-enforce those who pack the air on the moon into depths of some kind and chasms, even as it utterly refutes you who make her globe an unintelligible mixture or compound of air and fire, — for it is not possible that a shadow remain upon the surface when the sun casts his light upon all of the moon that is within the compass of our vision."

Last Edited by History Lion on 07/16/2017 11:34 PM
"I am all that has been, and is, and shall be, and my robe no mortal has yet uncovered." -Isis/Athena

"Now this has the form of a myth, but really signifies a declination of the bodies moving in the heavens around the earth,..." -Plato 360 BC.

"Then he secretly prayed to Mercury, whom the teaching of the theologians stated to be the swift intelligence of the universe, arousing the activity of men's minds;.." A. Marcellinus, 4th century ce.

"Great minds never love to linger long in the body: they are eager to burst its bonds and escape from it, they chafe at the narrowness of their prison, having been wont to wander through space, and from aloft in the upper air to look down with contempt upon human affairs."-Seneca
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Since I can't leave you return karma, Astromut (LOL):

I take joy in seeing people mocking you and your tedious threads; that doesn't make me ignorant. You don't need to "debunk" every retarded theory you come across. I'd much rather see you contribute something original, if you ever have an original thought worth sharing. Cheers!
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REAL science would be a plus...
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not the bullshit he's fed to feed to the public.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Every time I've been outside under a full moon it seemed a little colder.
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Every time I've been outside under a full moon it seemed a little colder.
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hesrightspock
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Visit Houston Texas during the next full moon...
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
All light, reflected or otherwise, will produce heat. Its cool outside at night, because you are not receiving direct radiation from the sun.

Last Edited by History Lion on 07/16/2017 11:47 PM
"I am all that has been, and is, and shall be, and my robe no mortal has yet uncovered." -Isis/Athena

"Now this has the form of a myth, but really signifies a declination of the bodies moving in the heavens around the earth,..." -Plato 360 BC.

"Then he secretly prayed to Mercury, whom the teaching of the theologians stated to be the swift intelligence of the universe, arousing the activity of men's minds;.." A. Marcellinus, 4th century ce.

"Great minds never love to linger long in the body: they are eager to burst its bonds and escape from it, they chafe at the narrowness of their prison, having been wont to wander through space, and from aloft in the upper air to look down with contempt upon human affairs."-Seneca
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Astro is DETRIMENTAL to the future of GLP...

We see his NASA BS, and are light years beyond that!
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Since I can't leave you return karma, Astromut (LOL):

I take joy in seeing people mocking you and your tedious threads; that doesn't make me ignorant. You don't need to "debunk" every retarded theory you come across. I'd much rather see you contribute something original, if you ever have an original thought worth sharing. Cheers!
 Quoting: system_error


This was my original and thought provoking work. Sorry it went over your head.
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Astro is DETRIMENTAL to the future of GLP...

We see his NASA BS, and are light years beyond that!
 Quoting: o 75088176


This is not BS nor is it from NASA. Believe it or not, I did this video on my own without help.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Shaved ice does.
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Astro is DETRIMENTAL to the future of GLP...

We see his NASA BS, and are light years beyond that!
 Quoting: o 75088176


This is not BS nor is it from NASA. Believe it or not, I did this video on my own without help.
 Quoting: The Gentle Astromut


but, where do you hone your guidance?
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Since I can't leave you return karma, Astromut (LOL):

I take joy in seeing people mocking you and your tedious threads; that doesn't make me ignorant. You don't need to "debunk" every retarded theory you come across. I'd much rather see you contribute something original, if you ever have an original thought worth sharing. Cheers!
 Quoting: system_error


REAL science would be a plus...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75088176

not the bullshit he's fed to feed to the public.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75088176


It's a shame you guys can't avoid accusing me of being "fed" info and lying about it. It really showcases the weakness of your position though. If I came up with this on my own and disproved you, it shows that you don't need to rely on NASA or the government to realize that you're wrong. Oh well, I've had enough of the false accusations. You can disagree without making false accusations... or maybe you can't... in which case that means I must have a really tight case.
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Astro is DETRIMENTAL to the future of GLP...

We see his NASA BS, and are light years beyond that!
 Quoting: o 75088176


This is not BS nor is it from NASA. Believe it or not, I did this video on my own without help.
 Quoting: The Gentle Astromut


but, where do you hone your guidance?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75088176


Again, I didn't need help from any outside source. I do this stuff on my own. You really can't get that through your head, can you?
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Astro is DETRIMENTAL to the future of GLP...

We see his NASA BS, and are light years beyond that!
 Quoting: o 75088176


This is not BS nor is it from NASA. Believe it or not, I did this video on my own without help.
 Quoting: The Gentle Astromut


but, where do you hone your guidance?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75088176

exactly...it is ok to acknowledge that you feigned hope in a scenario that just does not work.
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Astro is DETRIMENTAL to the future of GLP...

We see his NASA BS, and are light years beyond that!
 Quoting: o 75088176


This is not BS nor is it from NASA. Believe it or not, I did this video on my own without help.
 Quoting: The Gentle Astromut


but, where do you hone your guidance?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75088176

exactly...it is ok to acknowledge that you feigned hope in a scenario that just does not work.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75088176

If you're not even going to read or respond to my responses to you, then there is no point in continuing to discuss this with you. I didn't "feign" anything.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Everyone knows the moon is a luminary. Yes, moonlight is COOLER than the shadows it makes at night. Hard proof that it's not reflecting the sunlight. Is the moon a mirror? Lol no. Do rocks on earth reflect light of the sun? Hell no.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 71634426


Jesus fuk please stop.

The entire universe is light. Everything we see...with our eyes is because of light reflection. The only thing in the known universe that doesn't reflect light, is a black hole and even then, it's only in theory that it doesn't.

Rocks on Earth not only reflect the light of the sun, but they also absorb the radiation from it too.
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