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THE NEW MOON - if EARTH revolves around SUN and MOON around EARTH, at some point the MOON would pass in front of the SUN.

 
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Re: THE NEW MOON - if EARTH revolves around SUN and MOON around EARTH, at some point the MOON would pass in front of the SUN.
NOW wouldn't I see IT?
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Re: THE NEW MOON - if EARTH revolves around SUN and MOON around EARTH, at some point the MOON would pass in front of the SUN.
Its a fair question.

Why hasn't anyone seen the MOON pass in front of the sun during what we call the New moon phase which occurs EVERY single MONTH of the YEAR?

Now we know science is very much advanced, well, with all their understanding from landing a man on the moon, supporting GEO-satellites on thin air with their math, seeing the invisible atoms and then measuring and weighing them, photographing colorless planets (hydrogen-Jupiter) in the dark without a flash, etc, etc. Its their understanding of the earth with all its 360 flattened arcs that really has me doubting.

The earth being round (and it is) having the moon revolving around it while the earth itself revolves around the sun, the moon would most definitely pass in front of the sun at some point during its lunar schedule and we would see this transit before the sun. Unless the sun, like the moon, also revolve around the 360 flat arcs of the spherical earth, and by this, the moon would never pass in front it. :)

What do you think?

Is science right in that we're just too busy during the daytime and aren't looking up at the sun? Or perhaps science believes that the sunlight is the same color like the moonlight and doesn't have a clue?
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The Moon doesn't revolve around the Earth. The Earth spins on its axis while orbiting the Sun.
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Re: THE NEW MOON - if EARTH revolves around SUN and MOON around EARTH, at some point the MOON would pass in front of the SUN.
Its a fair question.

Why hasn't anyone seen the MOON pass in front of the sun during what we call the New moon phase which occurs EVERY single MONTH of the YEAR?

Now we know science is very much advanced, well, with all their understanding from landing a man on the moon, supporting GEO-satellites on thin air with their math, seeing the invisible atoms and then measuring and weighing them, photographing colorless planets (hydrogen-Jupiter) in the dark without a flash, etc, etc. Its their understanding of the earth with all its 360 flattened arcs that really has me doubting.

The earth being round (and it is) having the moon revolving around it while the earth itself revolves around the sun, the moon would most definitely pass in front of the sun at some point during its lunar schedule and we would see this transit before the sun. Unless the sun, like the moon, also revolve around the 360 flat arcs of the spherical earth, and by this, the moon would never pass in front it. :)

What do you think?

Is science right in that we're just too busy during the daytime and aren't looking up at the sun? Or perhaps science believes that the sunlight is the same color like the moonlight and doesn't have a clue?

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A fair question deserves a fair response.

Yes OP, every month the moon passes between the earth and the sun. It's just that the moon is very small compared to the sun and it's a long distance from the Earth. Therefore the shadow it makes on the Earth is very small and can only be seen from a few places. Also, most of the time the shadow is cast into space and misses the earth entirely.

In fact, if you think about, the moon is casting a shadow all the time. It's just that almost all of the time the Earth is not in the right place to have the shadow land on it.

There. Was that so hard?
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Re: THE NEW MOON - if EARTH revolves around SUN and MOON around EARTH, at some point the MOON would pass in front of the SUN.
the moon doesn't exist so all arguments in this thread are faulty. Prove the moon exists 1st.

There is a website offering a $100,000 dollar reward for anyone who can prove the moon exists.

Are you keen for an "easy" 100 grand?
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Re: THE NEW MOON - if EARTH revolves around SUN and MOON around EARTH, at some point the MOON would pass in front of the SUN.
Solar eclipse summer of 83........i remember it well i was at school.
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Re: THE NEW MOON - if EARTH revolves around SUN and MOON around EARTH, at some point the MOON would pass in front of the SUN.
Have you ever heard of a solar eclipse?

[link to www.mreclipse.com]
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I've heard of it, but I've never seen one.

Sounds like bullshit to me!
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Too busy cutting your toes nails with your mouth, watchin' porno, gettin' drunk and hunting deers??





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