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originally posted by: BigBangWasAnEcho
If the Moonlight is a reflection of the Sunlight..
And the Sun is 400 times further away than the Moon...
How does this happen?
How can the sun illuminate the side of the moon facing away from it? 7 billion eye witness and counting.
PS, the light spectrum should be a match, minus atmospheric absorption /reflection. It is not. Even a child can see this fraud, when he stops following along the official narrative and thinks for once.
originally posted by: Canvas24
a reply to: SilverStarGazer
Hey silverstargazer, I'm bubbling with excitement! I am SO happy that you saw the moon blink at you. I actually have a video that I filmed on 5-11-17. It's the full moon and yes I caught it winking or blinking at me!!! So I do believe you 100%! And now I have proof for those non believers! Ha! The video is real and it's kinda creepy. I will be happy to email the footage to you or anyone! But whatever it was I must say that the airspace over Texas that night was very active.
originally posted by: captainpudding
a reply to: Saint Exupery
What are you talking about, it's totally possible to properly expose the moon and the sun in the same shot!