posted on Dec, 10 2012 @ 01:38 PM
reply to post by wmd_2008
Please explain this picture above using your theory of light!
Easy. The light is created in the Moons mesosphere, it is a known process of the interaction of X-ray planewaves with electrons. The Sun has not been
shown to emit any transverse E/M radiation, which means light and heat, and on Earth, both are produced in our dense atmosphere/ionosphere by
interaction with the Suns planewave emissions.
The electron density of the Moons mesosphere is much higher than was previously thought, and they believe it is from the ionisation of dust which has
been lofted by electrostatic discharge.
So the light on the Moon, once created, (think of a fluorescent lamp analogy) will reflect like from any other source, which means you can see the
surface and the spacecraft, and also the Earth, as there is much more and stronger light created in Earths atmosphere, but there is a limit to how far
the Earth can be seen at visible wavelengths by the unaided eye. Yes, the very sensitive instruments can see Earth from much farther away, your eyes
could not, the transverse waves will be very weak by the time they reach Mars even. It is only the X-ray and E/UV planewaves from the Mars ionosphere,
being converted in our ionosphere, that makes Mars look like a bright point of light.
Mystery of the Lunar Ionosphere
And once you have calculated the answer to my little math question, if you can, we'll discus the