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  1. #1 Math calculates (earth doesn't move) & moon distance off 
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    The calculation contains the accepted distance and speed of The Moon science ascertains to be true. The calculation are in relation to explain why an observer standing on earth see's the moon travel at 37.93 mph when science says its 234,498.6mi away and racing through the cosmos at 2287 mph.

    Math is the proof. If you can't prove science with math then its a fairytale.

    I'll use math to debunk The Distance of The Moon, the one said NASA traveled.

    The Moon according to NASA takes 27.3 days to complete a full revolution around The Earth, they should know, they've been there, ha,ha,ha.


    earth circumference 24,853.21964mi (~) 27.3 Days (~) 24 hrs = 37.93 mph


    -- The Earth rotates on its axis at 1035.55 mph.

    -- The Earth rotates before The Sun and The Moon, and as the earth spins we see both orbs cross our skies. <- Modern Science

    -- The Sun doesn't revolve around The Earth according to NASA.

    -- Only The Moon does.


    The Earth's axis spins at approximately 1035.55 mph and for an observer on The Earth, the observer is seeing The Moon travel around The Earth counter-clockwise at a rate of 37.93 mph. Because The Moon rotates around The Earth at 37.93 mph by an Observer standing on The Earth.

    Greek dimension of Earth and distance of Moon supported by modern science and scientists at NASA offer the following: orbital moon speed -> 2287 mph * (2*pi*radius 3955mi) divide by (~): (2*pi*r 3955mi + distance 234,498.6mi) = 37.93 mph

    As you can clearly see, THE SCIENCE MATH IS ALL WRONG!!!

    The Moon couldn't possibly revolve 37.93 mph faster then the Earth's axis speed of 1035.55 mph (1035.55 + 37.93 = 1073.48 mph) only slower by the same rate, thereby, true speed of The Moon will actually be traveling at the rate of Earth's axis speed 1035.55 mph (minus) 37.93 mph = 997.62 mph seen by The Observer standing on the surface, and as The Earth is rotating counter-clockwise on its axis at the rate of 1035.55 mph, the observer is watching The Moon traveling also counter-clockwise at 997.62 mph and being surpassed by earth's axis speed by 37.93 mph, and therewith, the observer sees the moon moving from east to west. Only this throws the crisco calculations of The Moon Distance in the garbage. But that's just the fairytale science tried to pull on us, we saw right through them!

    Modern Greek math calculations of Moon distance apply to an Earth that doesn't rotate on its axis.


     

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    Hmmm, interesting how you use mph to measure angular velocity. :?

    Btw.. Is this VinDino, aka Mr.Blue, aka Punisher?


     

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    The eclipse shadow is determined by the moon's orbital motion, which is COUNTER-CLOCKWISE around The Greek Earth.

    Lunar Orbit:

    http://www.go.ednet.ns.ca/~larry/orbits/lunrphas.html

    http://astro.unl.edu/naap/lps/graphi...seGeometry.png

    http://home.hiwaay.net/~krcool/Astro...se/MoonAni.gif



    The Compass.
    http://a07015.uscgaux.info/Compass.jpg

    Point with your right index finger to where you see East, the middle part of The Compass will represent The Earth, now because The Moon rises in The East you need to get that right index finger of yours to The West where it will be setting. Counter-Clockwise! As you can see at that point East becomes West and therefore The Moon would rise West and set East if The Earth's axis did not rotate, fortunately it does according to Pinocchio or this fairytale would end here.

    Moon rises East and sets West.
    http://curious.astro.cornell.edu/que...php?number=642

    Farmers almanac.
    http://www.almanac.com/question/onea...onnumber=13231



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z59WVrCxAR8

    STOP THE PRESSES -- THIS IS GOING CLOCK-WISE -- THE EARTH SPINS COUNTER-CLOCKWISE.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth's_rotation

    The path of the Moon's umbral shadow should have begun in the Pacific ocean and worked its way through Japan's Ryukyu Islands into mainland Asia and the rest of the make-believe trajectory of this fairytale called a solar eclipse. This was a major screw up at NASA, they either, (1) spun The Moon and The Sun counter-clockwise around The Earth, or, (2) spun The Earth the wrong way. Either way monumental errors were incurred and a World conspiracy has been exposed.
     

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    earth circumference 24,853.21964mi (~) 27.3 days for moon to revolve (~) 24 hrs = 37.93 mph <<-- WHAT!!!


    At first glance it may not seem like a lot, but when you consider that every major city in the World is not wider then 25-30 miles then it become a real bad joke and a science conspiracy.


    -->> You can drive across your city at 37.93 mph and within the hour reach the city limits. <<-- WHAT!!!

    -->> That would mean that The Moon does exactly this in your city skies. <<-- WHAT!!!


    Remember only The Moon revolves around Earth, not The Sun, therefore, The Moon has this addition speed advantage in the same sky where you see The Sun and would cross the skies of a city the size like Chicago in less then an hour. <<-- WHAT!!!


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    THE FOUNDATION OF MODERN SCIENCE.
    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/a...how/430019.cms
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eratosthenes



    ** The dimensions of the Earth was first measured by Greek philosopher Eratosthenes in 200 B.C. by using simple geometric methods. He dug a narrow well at Syene (now Aswan). The well would reflect the sunlight at about 90 degree on the first day of summer.

    -- How did he know it was the first day of summer? He must have been using a very precise and accurate Flat earth calender at the time.



    ** At Alexandria, about 5,000 stadia north of Syene (one stadia was about 100 yards or 0.16 km), he placed a stick and measured the length of the shadow at noon of the first day of summer. By applying trigonometric calculations, he obtained a displacement angle of 7.2 degrees.


    -- A stick? He used a stick? And if this Greek grew up at The Equator where when The Sun is directly over-head at noon casts ZERO shadow, what would the circumference have been using his technique then? It would no longer be spherical.



    ** He also knew, from measurement, that in his hometown of Alexandria, the angle of elevation of the Sun would be 1/50 of a full circle 7.2 degrees south of the zenith at the same time.

    -- He knew from previous measurements? Probably conducted with a rock. Man this guy was good, stick or no stick this guy could measure The Earth by throwing a rock.
    -- He knew the angle of The Sun's elevation? Alexandria Latitude: 31 Longitude: 29

    Where does this 7.2 fit on the Greek spherical Earth?



    ** The fraction of the Earth?s circumference lies within Alexandria and Syene, and is proportional to this displacement angle. Now, 7.2 is 1/50 of a full circle, which means that the distance between that two cities is 1/50 of the Earth?s circumference.


    -- Proportional? Displacement angle? How did he measure a displacement angle of 7.2 that would be proportional to a sphere using a stick in a ditch? -- Even if he used a protractor and placed his 'stick' in the center of The Protractor, and used a compass to orient himself due North, how does a guy sitting in a ditch holding a stick in the center of a circle facing North give you a spherical angle? Some funny stuff going on in those days!



    ** To get the size of the earth, he multiplied 5,000 stadia with 50. To get the radius of the earth, he divided the earth?s circumference by 2 and pi. He got the radius to be 6,366 km. The radius of the Earth using satellites is 6378 km.


    -- Ahhh!!! Eratosthenes was pretty close with his stick in a ditch. Today we have better equipment then sticks. We have satellites placed as far away as possible from The Earth's surface to look precisely beneath The Surface, ha,ha,ha,ha, mounted with superman optic lenses capable of penetrating through The Crust and The Mantle for definitive measurement readings. Yeah, right, "I'M GREEKED!"
     

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    THE FOUNDATION OF MODERN SCIENCE II


    He measured The Stick?

    He measured The Shadow?


    Excuse me but The Shadow is cast on The Surface of The Earth. The Surface of The Earth according to science is curved at one degree, 360 of these curves make a ball, every curve of this ball is 69mi or 111km.


    -- Every arc of a sphere is curved 1 degree. 1 x 360 = 360

    -- The length of every arc of spherical Earth is approximately 69mi or 111km curved 1 degree. 69mi x 360 = 24,840mi <<-- circumference


    How could this guy sitting in a ditch holding a stick with its shadow cast on the SURFACE of a one degree arc of The Earth measuring 69mi or 111km possibly read more the 1 degree? (7.2)

    How did The Shadow of his stick cast down on The Surface of The Earth reach more then the one degree curve? (69mi)

    What was this guy on for him to have IMAGINED from his measured stick and shadow to read a displacement of 7.2 DEGREES if the curved curvature he was sitting on is curved at ONE DEGREE?

    The only way he could have had an accurate reading was to dig a ditch on every 69 mi arc of the one degree curved curvature of The Round Earth going south up to the equator, and then, do the same trick with his stick measuring the shadow's length and using simple trig to find out how stupid he looked in a ditch because he could have done the same thing on the surface.
     

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    Oh come on.
     

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