When I was a kid, we used to watch Superman on the TV. In Superman’s world, people couldn’t believe their eyes when they looked up in the sky and saw him.  It just wasn’t possible, they would say.

Today, as an adult, I look up in the sky and I also see something that is impossible – the moon. That is, I look up in the daytime sky and I see both the sun and the moon at the same time. The impossible part is that when the moon and the sun are directly across from one another (e.g. if the sun is in the east and the moon is the west), you don’t see a fully illuminated moon.  Sometimes, it’s only partially lit.

Science has always explained the moonlight by saying that the moon reflects the sunlight.  Even if that were true, which it’s not, the reflective part of the moon would by necessity indicate the direction of the sunlight and, therefore, the direction of the sun.  Accordingly, if the moon and the sun are directly across from each other during the day, you must always be able to see a fully illuminated moon. By necessity, you understand.

This same logic somewhat applies at night as well.  For example, if the sun has recently set (say two hours after sunset), the night sky is pitch black.  There is no sunlight whatsoever.  If the earth was a globe you would explain that by saying that the sun has disappeared over the horizon in the west.

However, if the cycle of the moon was such that it was low in the eastern sky two hours after sunset (and for that matter the rest of the night), then there would be no line of sight between the moon and the sun and no sunlight would be reaching the moon. By definition, the moon would have to be in a new moon phase.  That is, you couldn’t see it because there would be no sunlight reflecting off of it.

Funny thing, though, because when I look up in the sky under those circumstances, I do see a moon. Sometimes, the moon is full even though the sun is obviously not directly across from it in the sky.  Even worse, sometimes the moon is partially lit. Why even worse? Well, the side of the moon that is illuminated is pointing away from the sun. By definition, that’s impossible, you understand.

All this flies in the face of accepted scientific theory and almost any science book will parrot the same discourse.  I said scientific theory you understand. The problem is that one does not have to be a scientist to look up in the sky and see the sun and the moon as I described, and if you really think about it you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to understand that they, therefore, have been lying to you. It’s a dirty little secret that you’re not supposed to know about…but, of course, now you know.

 

“Everything is backwards, everything is upside down. Doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, psychiatrists destroy minds, scientists destroy truth, major media destroys information, religions destroy spirituality and governments destroy freedom.”   – Michael Ellner

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