posted on Dec, 21 2012 @ 11:42 AM
If the Sun lights up the Moon; as has been taught...How come we only see one side of it? We have satellites in orbit right? We have many space
telescopes...I know this is a subject that has been breached many times as evidenced by the threads...No one has every satisfactorily explained it to
me in a way for me to grasp it.
I implore someone to tell me if the Sun lights up the Moon how come we don't get pictures of the "Dark Side" ever? It seems to me that at some point
that side of the Moon would be lit up from some view in space. I just can't wrap my feeble mind around it.
I mean for instance today, I look outside and I see the Moon lit up (half), the Sun is on the opposite side of the Moon and the direction should show
the Moon lit up in a different position than it does if the Sun was the source of its light.
Sun is in the west and the Moon is to East right? How come the light is coming from the Northern Side? Shouldn't it be coming from the direction of
the Sun? The Western half? At least that is what my common sense tells me...I am sure there is a logical explanation from someone...I have heard
most of the explanations about how the Sun causes the Moon to shine...I just haven't heard the one that convinces me this is the absolute truth.
Please tell me how come it is possible for us to get pictures of Galaxies by the billions but we cannot even get clear resolution pictures of all
parts of the Moon? Doesn't this strike in least as being extremely odd? I know it does me. I find it incomprehensible, unless they just don't want
us to know the truth...that seems more logical to me than telling us what they tell us and teaching us what they have taught.
edit on 12/21/2012 by BrokenAngelWings33 because: grammar!