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"Where are the stars?" Apollo Mission - No stars visible from mood - proof of geocentric model?

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posted on Feb, 13 2018 @ 02:22 PM
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originally posted by: badw0lf
The moon is in space you guys, how can it have day time and night time?

It's not on earth...

sheesh you manipluaotors of the REAL troof...


The earth is in space also. How can it have day and night then?

I can't believe someone would try to use that one.




posted on Feb, 13 2018 @ 04:49 PM
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originally posted by: DigginFoTroof

Think about it, if every star in the galaxy/universe projected as a ray/radius from the earth and the light was only visible from the Earth (like uni-directional laser light) then there would be no light (from stars) visible from the moon.

If you want to post, explain what you think about the star issue and possible options as to the cause.


To follow your example:

If the stars were projected by something like “uni-directional lasers (?), from some point(s) on Earth,

Where is this apparatus?

Should it not be possible to trace back from each individual “star” to the convergence point?

You would thereby be able to prove your cockamamie theory once and for all.

Here’s another thing;

If the stars were projected from some central point (such as the Earth, in your OP), they would not be visible unless and until the light projecting them was reflected off some other surface.

Now, you have not indicated that you dispute the value currently accepted for the speed of light?

If you accept the speed of light as it is, just how far away do you think that surface is?

And if if can reflect light, why has it not been detected by radar, or even by reflected radio and TV broadcasts?



 
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