Bad Science? Does the moon send out cooling waves?

Bad Science? Does the moon send out cooling waves?

After talking to Mark Sargent, one of America's most outspoken Flat-Earth model believers, we learned that some theorists believe that the Sun and Moon are not as they seem. You see, in order for the earth to be flat and enclosed within a dome, the sun and moon are believed to be within that dome and only about 3 thousand miles away.   

While you're processing that bit of weird science, ill go ahead and explain this video Shawn and I made one regular clear skied night. You see Mark Sargent informed us that some people believe that the moon is actually on a controlled track and is actually eminating coldness. There are hundreds of videos on the internet of people testing this out for themselves. We made one and I have attached it to this page.

The test goes like this. If its a clear night, the moon is out and you have a laser thermometer, you can place objects out under the moons rays. Cover one object so that it is shaded from the moon but not blocking any wind or other elements that might effect the objects. The object that is not shaded from the moonlight, will cool down faster that the shaded object. We tried it for ourselves and you can too.  

Let us know what you find out, and watch our video and please comment.

Written By

Michael Holton 

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