The Moon is a Local Light, Only Lights Up Nearby Clouds

Here in this photo below you see the Moon peaking through some clouds in the night sky. I’m sure this is something you have seen before. This is yet another proof that the Moon is close to us, and not 238,900 miles away…

Think about it… if the Moon was really almost one-quarter of a million miles away, then the light from the Moon would light up all of the clouds in the night sky from our perspective, and not just the clouds that appear to be nearby. Not only that, but the light gradually fades as it moves further and further away from its source. This is something that you can easily witness with your own two eyes, as it happens all the time. Or you can believe what “scientists” tell you, and ignore your senses.

Local Moon Meme

(Image source: whotfetw.com)

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