moon light

  • 153 Replies
  • 23872 Views
?

SNB

  • 50
Re: moon light
« Reply #30 on: March 18, 2007, 05:58:29 PM »
But Magneto, that's right isn't it Frenchy? We don't want to make any mistakes with this thing.

Magneto bends the light from the sun into the moon and tricks us into believing that the Earth is round by providing us with two magnetic poles.
« Last Edit: March 18, 2007, 06:00:56 PM by SNB »

Re: moon light
« Reply #31 on: March 18, 2007, 05:59:04 PM »
But Magneto, that's right isn't it Frenchy? We don't want to make any mistakes with this thing.

Magneto bends the light from the sun into the moon and tricks us into believing that the Earth is round by providing with two magnetic poles.

Using Sue Storm's powers.

Re: moon light
« Reply #32 on: March 18, 2007, 06:00:01 PM »
So can we measure their distances using Cyclops' laser eyes?

Re: moon light
« Reply #33 on: March 18, 2007, 06:02:26 PM »
So can we measure their distances using Cyclops' laser eyes?

1.) Cyclops doesn't have laser eyes.

2.) Cyclops' eyes emit a special heat-less energy that acts as a concussive force, similar to being punched.  This was established after his initial conception in the 1960s, by Stan Lee whose power physics were very loose, so in the earlier comics his beams would melt things, but they no longer do so.

Re: moon light
« Reply #34 on: March 18, 2007, 06:03:47 PM »
Could this be what powers the Earth's acceleration?

Re: moon light
« Reply #35 on: March 18, 2007, 06:05:07 PM »
It very well could be.

However, I am a RE'er and do not believe in such things.

But, if I were to guess...I would assume a legion of Gnomes are causing the acceleration by pushing up on the bottom of Earth with their jet-packs.

?

SNB

  • 50
Re: moon light
« Reply #36 on: March 18, 2007, 06:07:23 PM »
It very well could be.

However, I am a RE'er and do not believe in such things.

But, if I were to guess...I would assume a legion of Gnomes are causing the acceleration by pushing up on the bottom of Earth with their jet-packs.

They use chunks of the ice-wall for fuel. Cold fusion.

Re: moon light
« Reply #37 on: March 18, 2007, 06:08:40 PM »
But how?  I thought the U.S. Military would shoot anyone who got close to it?  OH.  The land of the Gnomes must be on the OTHER side of the wall, so they get chunks from the opposite side.  So I support your theory of Cold Fusion.

?

katmarie

  • 71
  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #38 on: March 18, 2007, 07:51:59 PM »
i point and laugh at you

*

Franc T., Planar

  • 1051
  • Leader of the Planar Army, Republic of Canada
Re: moon light
« Reply #39 on: March 18, 2007, 08:01:01 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

You mean the sunS.

The suns are made of hydrogen and helium.
Broadcasting live from the Republic of Canada!
 
They say death and taxes are the only two absolutes. Actually, they're only half right.


?

katmarie

  • 71
  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #40 on: March 18, 2007, 08:08:34 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

You mean the sunS.

The suns are made of hydrogen and helium.
...I'm sorry what? Last tim i looked at the sky there's only one sun. What's forces the sun and moon to circle the planet...er I don't know how to phrase that.
i point and laugh at you

?

Tom Bishop

Re: moon light
« Reply #41 on: March 18, 2007, 08:16:18 PM »
Quote
...I'm sorry what? Last tim i looked at the sky there's only one sun. What's forces the sun and moon to circle the planet...er I don't know how to phrase that.

Have you considered that the sun and moon may be stationary and the earth rotates beneath them?

?

katmarie

  • 71
  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #42 on: March 18, 2007, 08:18:58 PM »
Quote
...I'm sorry what? Last tim i looked at the sky there's only one sun. What's forces the sun and moon to circle the planet...er I don't know how to phrase that.

Have you considered that the sun and moon may be stationary and the earth rotates beneath them?
Ok, my question still stands. Just switch a few words. Why would the earth be rotating?
i point and laugh at you

?

Tom Bishop

Re: moon light
« Reply #43 on: March 18, 2007, 08:21:53 PM »
Quote
Ok, my question still stands. Just switch a few words. Why would the earth be rotating?


For the same reason the model in the Round Earth hypothesis rotates: Once an object is put into motion it tends to stay in motion unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.

See: Newton's First Law
« Last Edit: March 18, 2007, 08:23:31 PM by Tom Bishop »

?

katmarie

  • 71
  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #44 on: March 18, 2007, 08:27:04 PM »
Quote
Ok, my question still stands. Just switch a few words. Why would the earth be rotating?


For the same reason the model in the Round Earth hypothesis rotates: Once an object is put into motion it tends to stay in motion unless acted upon by an unbalanced force.

See: Newton's First Law
Too true. Ok, would you happen to know why France said there's more than one sun?
i point and laugh at you

*

Franc T., Planar

  • 1051
  • Leader of the Planar Army, Republic of Canada
Re: moon light
« Reply #45 on: March 18, 2007, 08:30:34 PM »
Name's FRANC, you ass.
Broadcasting live from the Republic of Canada!
 
They say death and taxes are the only two absolutes. Actually, they're only half right.


?

SNB

  • 50
Re: moon light
« Reply #46 on: March 19, 2007, 03:36:46 AM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

*

Franc T., Planar

  • 1051
  • Leader of the Planar Army, Republic of Canada
Re: moon light
« Reply #47 on: March 19, 2007, 04:42:35 AM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
Broadcasting live from the Republic of Canada!
 
They say death and taxes are the only two absolutes. Actually, they're only half right.


Re: moon light
« Reply #48 on: March 19, 2007, 06:47:18 AM »
Quote
...I'm sorry what? Last tim i looked at the sky there's only one sun. What's forces the sun and moon to circle the planet...er I don't know how to phrase that.

Have you considered that the sun and moon may be stationary and the earth rotates beneath them?

And an insanly thin atmosphere magicly pushes a sun around at 3000 miles above earth. 

Re: moon light
« Reply #49 on: March 19, 2007, 08:00:43 AM »
Franc, please check the FAQ as you are diagreeing with the stated FE stance.  The Earth isn't an infinite plane and the moon is a spotlight as the sun (according to the FE FAQ).

Re: moon light
« Reply #50 on: March 19, 2007, 09:17:37 AM »
Franc, please check the FAQ as you are diagreeing with the stated FE stance.  The Earth isn't an infinite plane and the moon is a spotlight as the sun (according to the FE FAQ).

Franc isn't exactly your standard FE'er... he's more of the "all hail Blinko the wanderer for discovering that the world is infinite" type.

Re: moon light
« Reply #51 on: March 19, 2007, 09:23:03 AM »
So Franc is more of an IFE (Infinite Flat Earth) while most others are FFE (Finite Flat Earth)

?

katmarie

  • 71
  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #52 on: March 19, 2007, 10:01:50 AM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.
i point and laugh at you

*

Franc T., Planar

  • 1051
  • Leader of the Planar Army, Republic of Canada
Re: moon light
« Reply #53 on: March 19, 2007, 07:12:31 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Broadcasting live from the Republic of Canada!
 
They say death and taxes are the only two absolutes. Actually, they're only half right.


?

katmarie

  • 71
  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #54 on: March 20, 2007, 04:17:24 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?
i point and laugh at you

*

Franc T., Planar

  • 1051
  • Leader of the Planar Army, Republic of Canada
Re: moon light
« Reply #55 on: March 20, 2007, 05:06:03 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Broadcasting live from the Republic of Canada!
 
They say death and taxes are the only two absolutes. Actually, they're only half right.


?

katmarie

  • 71
  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #56 on: March 20, 2007, 06:09:37 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.
i point and laugh at you

*

Franc T., Planar

  • 1051
  • Leader of the Planar Army, Republic of Canada
Re: moon light
« Reply #57 on: March 20, 2007, 09:14:08 PM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.
Broadcasting live from the Republic of Canada!
 
They say death and taxes are the only two absolutes. Actually, they're only half right.


?

katmarie

  • 71
  • the moon is made of cheese
Re: moon light
« Reply #58 on: March 21, 2007, 05:47:42 AM »
so it reflects sunlight?

Yes.
What's the sun made of?

This was discussed in another thread. The most likely substance is feta.

The sunS are made of hydrogen and helium.
What other suns? And in regard to your other post, there is such thing as typos m'dear.

There are seven small suns above our local area, not one big Sun.
Then why do I see only one?

Because there is only one sun visible from any given point on the surface of our local area. Other areas can have more than one visible, or none. It's very variable and depends on the local geometry.
Where can you see two suns? One would think that news would get around.

Only in other lands, not in this local area. Nowhere in the seven continents can you see two suns.

Then how do you know there are multiple suns?
i point and laugh at you

Re: moon light
« Reply #59 on: March 21, 2007, 06:40:30 AM »
He probly read it on a forum somewhere.  He's most likely one of those people who believe everything they read.  Of course, these other lands are highly protected from the views of us, but he just happens to know ALL about them.  I say he's a contradictory fool.