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Does moonlight make things colder?

 
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
you used a piece of aluminum foil during the day. How does that have anything to do with measuring temperatures at night with the moon...
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Either you didn't watch the first two segments or you didn't understand them. I replicated your side's technique of measuring the temperature by aiming an infrared thermometer at metal. That is not the technique I used in the video to measure whether or not the moon's light provides infrared heat though...
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Astromut. Why do you continue to deal with these mental midget, faggots?

I understand that you are an, awesomeburger and try to end these stupid faggot cock sucking conspiracies, similar to the earth is flat and moon infrares cooler temperatures. I get that.

But I do hope, and all other owner/mods understand, that GLP is under attack by all the liberal/democrat associations that we as Americans have ALLOWED to be created, because we were lazy to allow them to be created. In other words, I understand how you are trying to shutdown, their stupid conspiracies, that are only being used to make the world of us TRUE conspiracy ethologist, who want to bring truth to the spectrum.

But just ban them. They are only going to come back with a VPN, to continue their PAID fight against those of us who fight for truth.

I reaaaallllly like the mods at GLP. I'm NOT trying to suck any cock here. The mods here do a fantastic job.

But. They need to delete these stupid flat earth, nibiru threads in their tracks. It's only making CT's look ridiculous, and the truth will never come out if we continue to get shat on by them.
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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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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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Before Bill liberalized hard, he put cool stuff out like this.


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"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.

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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
again, you would be a better admin on a science forum...Many folk who are on here are attuned to esoteric knowledge, and do not need a 'science guy' to question OUR integrity.
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Not esoteric, false. Most of the science passed off as "truth" or as you want to equivocate, "esoteric" would fail 4th grade science class. By reading the level of ignorance about science on this and other sites, we need more "science guys".
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
What they wont tell you is white people absorb moonlight. Asians can as well, but very slightly.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
again, you would be a better admin on a science forum...Many folk who are on here are attuned to esoteric knowledge, and do not need a 'science guy' to question OUR integrity.
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Not esoteric, false. Most of the science passed off as "truth" or as you want to equivocate, "esoteric" would fail 4th grade science class. By reading the level of ignorance about science on this and other sites, we need more "science guys".
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huh?

So, as I understand your post, YOU are ok with Scientific thought, as it is now?
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Define what you mean by "scientific thought". What do you think someone shouldn't be okay with?
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
again, you would be a better admin on a science forum...Many folk who are on here are attuned to esoteric knowledge, and do not need a 'science guy' to question OUR integrity.
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Not esoteric, false. Most of the science passed off as "truth" or as you want to equivocate, "esoteric" would fail 4th grade science class. By reading the level of ignorance about science on this and other sites, we need more "science guys".
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huh?

So, as I understand your post, YOU are ok with Scientific thought, as it is now?
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Science is a WORLDY construct, same as Religion...YOU believe what YOU are told to believe...
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You don't understand anything about science. It is the opposite of religion. Religion is belief without evidence. Science is acceptance because of evidence.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
When "REALITY" is quickly being exposed as a lie, why should we believe a propagator of 'old school' LIES
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Huh? Reality isn't real? Good example of a non sequitur.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
No clouds at night do
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
When "REALITY" is quickly being exposed as a lie, why should we believe a propagator of 'old school' LIES
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Huh? Reality isn't real? Good example of a non sequitur.
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Correct...Reality is not REAL.
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When "REALITY" is quickly being exposed as a lie, why should we believe a propagator of 'old school' LIES
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Huh? Reality isn't real? Good example of a non sequitur.
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Correct...Reality is not REAL.
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per individual
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When "REALITY" is quickly being exposed as a lie, why should we believe a propagator of 'old school' LIES
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Huh? Reality isn't real? Good example of a non sequitur.
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Correct...Reality is not REAL.
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per individual
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Time is relevant, to the individual.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
It seems to be a popular claim with flat earthers that moonlight is not reflected sunlight and has special properties to make objects colder rather than hotter. Let's see if that is true or false...

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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Doubt it but holographic moon base dose hold a orbital frequency that could alter how your mood can be. The higher energy of radiant heat is a vibrant warmer and if it's blocked by heavy cover we won't receive its heat transfer. It's a light beam that hits our dome and gives us our livable green house.
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Measure temp on headstone, full moon , make shadow , measure, then move shadow and measure. Its quick .
And it ain't no 4 degrees so dont get your hopes up. Half a
degree or less.
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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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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
It seems to be a popular claim with flat earthers that moonlight is not reflected sunlight and has special properties to make objects colder rather than hotter. Let's see if that is true or false...

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YOU base all of your information off of KNOWN LIARS.

So how does that make YOU look?
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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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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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Not trying to disagree because I agree with this but it is still a theory. Goethean science proposes an alternative theory, one i feel makes more sense but is difficult to conceive
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
okay

so what happens when the moon and sun are out together, simultaneously, like they are right now where i am?

incidentally, it is a very nice morning, warm & sunny, half a moon showing to the south south west with the sun following up behind south east ...

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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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Everything reflects light you dumb shit
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No - [link to www.independent.co.uk]
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Whoever spends time outdoors knows it's a fact. When it's a clear, full moon night, you'll be noticeably warmer in some shade than standing in the open. Nothing to do with flat earthers, just a hint that we know nothing about space and are being lied to.

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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Whoever spends time outdoors knows it's a fact. When it's a clear, full moon night, you'll be noticeably warmer in some shade than standing in the open. Nothing to do with flat earthers, just a hint that we know nothing about space and are being lied to.
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yes, you may be warmer but that is a simple fact of coverage from the air.... plants will give off ambient heat, and cold structures will shield you from the elements... not that hard really... just because there is a moon overhead doesn't make it give off mysterious 'cold light'....
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
This thread makes me sick to my stomach. Anyone who has done testing for themselves, SERIOUSLY, has seen the results. You need any cheap IR gun, they are all deadly accurate trust me. The test is simple. Two of the same surfaces, one with full moonlight shining on it and the other in the shade. The one in the shade will be colder by a very faint amount. No, it isn't because it has a 'heat buffer' reflecting off the shade, you need to make sure your source of shade can't in any way affect the surface temperature. You also need to make sure that nothing else can, either. That means wind, reflective surfaces of any kind nearby, etc. You know, an actual scientific method experiment done right.

They have known for centuries that food of any kind goes bad very quickly under moonlight. People that are sensitive to it can feel the faintly sickly decay coming off the Moon. Why? Who knows? Is it because we are under the Firmament and the Moon is an artificial structure? Is it because of turtles? I'm pretty sure that Astromut hasn't done this experiment himself, he simply sneers at the subject and posts videos as though he is an expert in all things. Why don't you just go away if you don't believe that anything is possible outside of the 'official story'? Why hang out here at all?
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Whoever spends time outdoors knows it's a fact. When it's a clear, full moon night, you'll be noticeably warmer in some shade than standing in the open. Nothing to do with flat earthers, just a hint that we know nothing about space and are being lied to.
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yes, you may be warmer but that is a simple fact of coverage from the air.... plants will give off ambient heat, and cold structures will shield you from the elements... not that hard really... just because there is a moon overhead doesn't make it give off mysterious 'cold light'....
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I don't know, man. Since I was a kid I used to go hunting with my grandfather. That was the first time I heard about moonlight being cold, more than 30 years ago. Later, in school we were of course told that it's the sunlight coming off of our Moon, but in my experience moonlight is different. I've taken the things you say into consideration, and the environment surely plays a role, but if you're under direct moonlight you'll get colder as time goes by, I guarantee that.
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This will be like running with the bulls in Pamplona, ect with flatheads on GLP. And the bulls are much smarter.
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Did you know you just insulted and Native American tribe with that name? Not kidding there is a tribe with that name.
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Doubt it, but then neither do contrails…)))


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I know it gets cooler with chemtrails, been outside and it hot and where the skies become full of them and the temperature drops.
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Test it and find out, I think I read they said the shadow during moonlight was colder than they had thought. But good thing to test and see.
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Whoever spends time outdoors knows it's a fact. When it's a clear, full moon night, you'll be noticeably warmer in some shade than standing in the open. Nothing to do with flat earthers, just a hint that we know nothing about space and are being lied to.
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yes, you may be warmer but that is a simple fact of coverage from the air.... plants will give off ambient heat, and cold structures will shield you from the elements... not that hard really... just because there is a moon overhead doesn't make it give off mysterious 'cold light'....
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I don't know, man. Since I was a kid I used to go hunting with my grandfather. That was the first time I heard about moonlight being cold, more than 30 years ago. Later, in school we were of course told that it's the sunlight coming off of our Moon, but in my experience moonlight is different. I've taken the things you say into consideration, and the environment surely plays a role, but if you're under direct moonlight you'll get colder as time goes by, I guarantee that.
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it's winter here... so bugger testing it right now... lol...

but with summer around the corner? i'll definitely do the tests and report back when camping...
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Not sure about making things colder, but never leave meat hanging, or fish in a net, exposed to the light of the full moon.
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An old woodsman told me that too, and not to leave my knife out in the moonlight or it'll lose its edge
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Re: Does moonlight make things colder?
Whoever spends time outdoors knows it's a fact. When it's a clear, full moon night, you'll be noticeably warmer in some shade than standing in the open. Nothing to do with flat earthers, just a hint that we know nothing about space and are being lied to.
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yes, you may be warmer but that is a simple fact of coverage from the air.... plants will give off ambient heat, and cold structures will shield you from the elements... not that hard really... just because there is a moon overhead doesn't make it give off mysterious 'cold light'....
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I don't know, man. Since I was a kid I used to go hunting with my grandfather. That was the first time I heard about moonlight being cold, more than 30 years ago. Later, in school we were of course told that it's the sunlight coming off of our Moon, but in my experience moonlight is different. I've taken the things you say into consideration, and the environment surely plays a role, but if you're under direct moonlight you'll get colder as time goes by, I guarantee that.
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it's winter here... so bugger testing it right now... lol...

but with summer around the corner? i'll definitely do the tests and report back when camping...
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Try it when you get a chance, personal experience beats everything else in my book.

By the way, farmers in Serbia never plant new plants during a full moon period. Moonlight actually harms the development of plants, unlike sunlight.
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