05 Feb 2020 10:28:10
Where is the other half of the Moon?


1.) 05 Feb 2020
05 Feb 2020 20:13:13
Hi. The moon itself doesn't emit any light like the sun. What we see when we see the moon is sunlight reflected off the moon. The phase of the moon is how much of the moon appears to us on Earth to be lit up by the sun. So here we can only see the half of the moon that is being hit by the sunlight. As the moon orbits the earth throughout the month then we see more Phases through to full moon. Hope that helps.

{Ed033's Note - I'm expecting to see some of the other half dimmed out. If i shine a light on any sphere so that half of it is illuminated, i would at least see some of the other half but it would be dimmer.


2.) 06 Feb 2020
05 Feb 2020 23:45:42
Hi. but you are looking at the moon from Earth, the light is coming from the sun. So the sun is hitting the whole of the front side of the moon that faces the sun. The half we cannot see is the back of the moon from the suns perspective. So if you shone a torch at a pool ball it wouldn’t light up the back of the ball for example.


3.) 06 Feb 2020
06 Feb 2020 07:35:31
The Earth is mostly covered in the most unreflective substance known to humankind. Water. So no sunlight would get reflected from the Earth to the Moon.

Oh, hang on wait.


4.) 06 Feb 2020
06 Feb 2020 22:22:29
The part of the Moon that is lit is too uniform, we should see a brighter part lit and a dimmer part lit.


5.) 07 Feb 2020
06 Feb 2020 23:54:20
I’m not really sure what you think you are seeing then? Throughout the month we see the moon go through different phases until full moon. If the video is saying there is only half a moon then where does the rest of it suddenly appear from and disappear to during the month. We see a small crescent all the way to a full moon, and the video doesn’t address that or make any explanation for just saying there’s only half a moon.

{Ed033's Note - If anyone has watched all of the videos i put up here over the last 9 pages, then they may be open to the idea that the Moon might not be a rock floating in outer space around 238,000 miles away and we've been lied to about it.


6.) 07 Feb 2020
07 Feb 2020 02:18:36
Rhetorically.

The hotspot 'brighter' part:

Is that just what we could think because of the 'Mr Blue Marble' effects on the 3D version of a 2D scan?

Is that effect because of water or atmosphere on the Earth? . We are told the Moon has none. (Maybe a little water, but let's not be pedantic :) ) . So therefor no hotspot?

NASA has Moon dust. Why is the Moon so luminous/ reflective? . Has NASA run tests? I know they say its spiky/ sharp as hell. Isn't it what, apparently caused the 'Jade Rabbit 2' or rather 'Yutu 2' to malfunction? .

Why is there no proof of the reflectiveness of lunar rock. It looks dull to me. Maybe i need to put the images in Photoshop and flip the polarity? . (Ah, that's better)

These are questions I am asking myself as much as anyone because that's where the truth lies. (see what I did there? ) .

{Ed033's Note - I don't get how you could have uniform light then no light.

How far away can the Moon be if it brightly lights up the clouds immediately around it, but the clouds just a little further away from being immediately around it are not lit at all?

If you've seen other videos suggesting the Sun is a projection, could the Moon be a projection?

You uploaded a video where a guy in the early 60s said he thought the Moon was plasma.

Could it be that all the luminaries are plasma?

I'm not saying any of the above is correct, but we're being lied about the Moon somewhere along the line.


7.) 09 Feb 2020
08 Feb 2020 22:10:08
I don't believe we have reached the Moon, Ed. I just want to make that clear. I am just trying to find proof that no one can deny.

I mentioned this before about the clouds in front of the Moon, from ones perspective, are more brightly lit. There is a 'theory' which has taken weight in the mainstream, called 'Mie scattering'.

This is just a theory, though. So, again it is a choice of what you believe. I have questioned a lot of late, what I believe.

This is one thing that I have noticed over the last few months, is that I have taken theories as fact. Because they are accepted in the mainstream.

That doesn't make them the truth. It just means they are accepted as such. And almost forced upon us.

As for luminaries being plasma. Is plasma not in a state of flux? which would make it hard to define a stationary surface? .

There is a debate. If you have two sextants at a measurable distance apart. A measurement from both calculates that the Sun has a 32 mile diameter and is 3000 miles away.

Now I bet Ernest Shackleton would say that a sextant is pretty reliable.

I do not know measurements for the Moon, but I guess that it would be similar.

{Ed033's Note - Yes, if the Sun was 93 million miles away we wouldn't be able to see it with our naked eyes, let alone the alleged 'stars' over 4 light years away Our eyes by themselves can't physically see anything millions of miles away.