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The moon void visualized in an alternate way. Though the maker of this doesn't realize it. Enjoy a different perspective on the concave earth moon lighting void. As I see it.
 
Super Blood Moon Eclipse on Night of September 27-28, 2015

There is a total eclipse of the moon on the night of September 27-28, 2015. It happens to be the closest supermoon of 2015 (http://earthsky.org/tonight/most-super-supermoon-of-2015-on-september-28). It’s the Northern Hemisphere’s Harvest Moon (http://earthsky.org/?p=51212#hunter), or full moon nearest the September equinox. It’s the Southern Hemisphere’s first full moon of spring. This September full moon is also called a Blood Moon (http://earthsky.org/space/what-is-a-blood-moon-lunar-eclipses-2014-2015), because it presents the fourth and final eclipse of a lunar tetrad: four straight total eclipses of the moon, spaced at six lunar months (full moons) apart. Phew!

The total lunar eclipse is visible from the most of North America and all of South America after sunset September 27. From eastern South America and Greenland, the greatest eclipse happens around midnight September 27-28. In Europe, Africa and the Middle East, the total eclipse takes place in the wee hours of the morning, after midnight and before sunrise September 28. A partial lunar eclipse can be seen after sunset September 27 from western Alaska, or before sunrise September 28 in far-western Asia.

► Read the complete article to learn more about the 2015 Harvest Moon and the September 27-28 total lunar eclipse.>> http://earthsky.org/?p=51212

► Animation of the September 28, 2015, total lunar eclipse.
Moon passes through southern half of the Earth’s shadow from west to east. Horizontal yellow line depicts the ecliptic (http://earthsky.org/space/what-is-the-ecliptic)– Earth’s orbital plane projected onto the dome of sky. The inner bull’s-eye shadow depicts the umbra (dark shadow). The penumbra (faint shadow) encircles the umbra.

► Animation source>>
http://earthsky.org/space/what-is-the-ecliptic
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Unstoppable!
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This is what it feels like when you learn and expand your mind! Never stop! I love it! Keep thinking! 
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Let's Make this documentary massive and share every where. Link this in forums, youtube mirror, facebooks, twitters, Everywhere you can think! Let's Go!! We have the power to change the world!
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A Line Has Been Drawn Documentary: See it now Link!
Watch It Now!
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This is the biggest bullshit computer composite crap. You are to believe this satellite actual takes photos from space?

look at the earth it is a composite and is outlined in a perfect circle cutout.

Refer to this video to see clouds moving in after effects program simulation

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GCwHki1q_I8

And this for an even closer reference of after effects and what you seeing here

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=NgsXxW0ZjFg

Computer images

And if you believe this is real images.

You need to think harder and smarter.
Japan’s New Satellite Captures an Image of Earth Every 10 Minutes

A sense of perspective is unavoidable from 22,000 miles out. Looking down at Earth from that distance — almost three times farther than the diameter of the planet itself — allows a view of the globe as a massive organic system, pulsing with continuous movement. Below, images from the Himawari-8 weather satellite's first official day paint a living portrait of the western Pacific, with Typhoons Chan-hom and Nangka spinning slowly westward.

Locked into a stationary orbit above New Guinea, the satellite takes 144 photographs of the entire planet a day, three times as many as its predecessor. The images show how weather systems evolve and help forecasters develop more nuanced models of Earth’s atmosphere.

The satellite can see features down to about a third of a mile in size — twice the resolution of similar weather satellites that watch other parts of the globe.

SOURCE: Japan’s New Satellite Captures an Image of Earth Every 10 Minutes
http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/07/10/science/An-Image-of-Earth-Every-Ten-Minutes.html?_r=0
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Darkshark Think Tank. Coriolis Force: exposed! 
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Coriolis Force: Pseudo-Science in Modern Science (link)
read more here; original post  https://darksharkthinktank.wordpress.com/2015/07/12/coriolis-force-pseudo-science-in-modern-science/
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I have been going on about this for years and the birds while most were saying fukushima, the military has many more surprises for all life, FUCK THE TROOPS AND ALL WHO SUPPORT THEM MURDERERS
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