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Everytime I see the moon out of the corner of my eye, it's like an LED it's so bright.

 
Derka
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Everytime I see the moon out of the corner of my eye, it's like an LED it's so bright.
Anyone have any insight, or a similar phenomenon that happens? Every time I see it through my blinds (through the corner of my eye), for instance, it's like I'm being blinded, but when I look directly at it it's just the same old moon.
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Rage and desolation
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05/25/2008 05:35 AM
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Re: Everytime I see the moon out of the corner of my eye, it's like an LED it's so bright.
It might just be my eyes getting more sensitive, but I would have to say the moon appears a lot brighter recently than I can remember it ever being. In fact looking at it the other night left one of those spots you get in your eye after looking at something really bright. Not quite as intense as one you get from the Sun but it hung around for a few blinks.

I've read a few things stating that all the planets in our solar system are going through a pole shift of sorts and that our moon is growing an atmosphere as a result, all to do with the great galactic alignment of 2012, apparently anyway.

Sorry but I'm far to lazy and on the verge on being drunk to link you, but it shouldn't be to hard to find.

Oh yeah and aside from that. I've also heard about the peripheral vision being more likely to catch apparitions, spiritual like. My personal theory is that we are actually glimpsing the parallel universe that exists at right angles to our own. Something to ponder anyway.

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05/25/2008 05:59 AM
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Re: Everytime I see the moon out of the corner of my eye, it's like an LED it's so bright.
My peripheral vision has always shown me more than staring at things straight on (especially things in dim light situations, like trying to spot certain stars), but I had never actually considered parallel dimensions at right angles to our own. But, believe me, I'll give it some thought. Reminds me of the book Stranger in a Strange Land when Valentine Michael Smith would make things "disappear" by making them "not" - Jubal Harshaw said "He can even "turn" an object 90 degrees to everything, removing it from this universe entirely."

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Ignorance is the root of fear
Fear is the kindling of anger
War is the bringer of shame
But never has the burden lain so heavily upon the victim
Rage and desolation
Pain and loneliness
Isn't it all alarmingly familiar?
Hey, hey, hey, silence is a killer.
Anony'Gus
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05/29/2008 11:38 AM
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Re: Everytime I see the moon out of the corner of my eye, it's like an LED it's so bright.
Not a problem at all. The right angle dimension is indeed an awesome concept, some what hard to fathom, but cool none the less. I picked up a Heinland book recently 'Job', it was alright at the start, but it lost momentum and I lost interest after a while unfortunately. From what I understand though 'Stranger in a strange land' is a classic and I should probably check it out.

Good point about some stars being more visible in your peripheral vision, I definitely notice this also. I think that has a fairly innocent explanation to it though, ours hunters instinct detects movement in the peripheral more readily as a survival mechanism I believe. And as minute as it may be to us down here we pick up on the stars twinkle, or wobble, take your pick. I'm no expert though.

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Re: Everytime I see the moon out of the corner of my eye, it's like an LED it's so bright.
i agree
Who so boasteth himself of a false gift is like clouds and wind without rain.

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