posted on Feb, 1 2018 @ 05:10 PM
If the moon was indeed moving faster, you could have aligned it with a stationary object like a rooftop or a streetlight then you would proven it was
not an optical illusion.
Which do you think is more plausible that the Moon was moving faster or that clouds made the moons apparent motion to move faster?
I am worried about people today that cannot logically adjust to their natural surroundings and I mean no offense here if it is ignorance or denial?
People also jump to an incorrect conclusions with out testing this only offering insubstantial proof. If the moon had jumped across the sky well then
sure, but illusion of motion you captured is like looking at car on a freeway passing you and its tires appear to go backwards.
Further you believe something that hundreds, no literally thousands of people watching the moon most like myself amateur astronomers didn't notice,
common sense would tell you others would see this and have reported it...
I might sound harsh but you have continued to believe in this thread that what you saw about a common object everyone on the planet can see is
I re-edited my closing to say it was great you went out and video'd the moon it is amazing an I hope it spurs more curiosity of it! Just don't be Daft
unless you are Daft Punk then be them!
edit on pmbAmerica/ChicagovAmerica/ChicagoThu, 01 Feb 2018 17:15:06 -0600pm5America/Chicago by abeverage
because: daft punk'd