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Heh...how can there be 100% coverage of mars, but not all of Antarctica is photographed. Every photo of the "globe" and any other "planet" is 100% artist rendered. That ain't no lie. So they can send pics and images thru tens of thousands of miles, but i loose cell coverage going down a river bottom?

Check out airplane flights from Santiago, Chile to Sydney Australia....takes a huge out of the way detour on a globe, but on a round plane, is a straight line.....

How do the stars all rotate around Polaris, The North Star, in a counter clockwise rotation looking up? They are in the exact same place on the same day from year to year, but our globe is spinning from west to east at 1050-1200 miles per hour, while chasing the sun at 66,000 miles an hour?
 

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The planets are wondering stars, lights in the sky. How is moonlight colder in the moonlight vs the shade at night? Weird.

Check out some astonut vids of walking on moon, then speed it up 2 times. Looks like it is a normal guy running in a funny ass suit in the desert. Like it is.

How is the moon not pulled to the suns gravity, but the earth is and is larger. How do tides work when the moon is not visible?
 
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The planets are wondering stars, lights in the sky. How is moonlight colder in the moonlight vs the shade at night? Weird.

Check out some astonut vids of walking on moon, then speed it up 2 times. Looks like it is a normal guy running in a funny ass suit in the desert. Like it is.

How is the moon not pulled to the suns gravity, but the earth is and is larger. How do tides work when the moon is not visible?
I was joking...
Are you serious?
 
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The planets are wondering stars, lights in the sky. How is moonlight colder in the moonlight vs the shade at night? Weird.

Check out some astonut vids of walking on moon, then speed it up 2 times. Looks like it is a normal guy running in a funny ass suit in the desert. Like it is.

How is the moon not pulled to the suns gravity, but the earth is and is larger. How do tides work when the moon is not visible?
And how the hell did that starbucks cup get on Mars?
 
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Heh...how can there be 100% coverage of mars, but not all of Antarctica is photographed. Every photo of the "globe" and any other "planet" is 100% artist rendered. That ain't no lie. So they can send pics and images thru tens of thousands of miles, but i loose cell coverage going down a river bottom?

Check out airplane flights from Santiago, Chile to Sydney Australia....takes a huge out of the way detour on a globe, but on a round plane, is a straight line.....

How do the stars all rotate around Polaris, The North Star, in a counter clockwise rotation looking up? They are in the exact same place on the same day from year to year, but our globe is spinning from west to east at 1050-1200 miles per hour, while chasing the sun at 66,000 miles an hour?



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Heh...how can there be 100% coverage of mars, but not all of Antarctica is photographed. Every photo of the "globe" and any other "planet" is 100% artist rendered. That ain't no lie. So they can send pics and images thru tens of thousands of miles, but i loose cell coverage going down a river bottom?

Check out airplane flights from Santiago, Chile to Sydney Australia....takes a huge out of the way detour on a globe, but on a round plane, is a straight line.....

How do the stars all rotate around Polaris, The North Star, in a counter clockwise rotation looking up? They are in the exact same place on the same day from year to year, but our globe is spinning from west to east at 1050-1200 miles per hour, while chasing the sun at 66,000 miles an hour?
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