Is the Moon a planet or a star?

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+5 1. Cormac42 commented 1 year ago

...Pretty sure it's a satellite
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+15 2. sx-64 commented 1 year ago

:x
A tribute to the American education system
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+3 3. thefox commented 1 year ago

Shit for brains. :|
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+9 4. MindTrick commented 1 year ago

Come on, everyone knows that the moon is a chunk of cheese!
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+3 5. Nightcamo commented 1 year ago

This is what you become when you are not good enough in school.
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+1 6. mircea911 commented 1 year ago

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+4 7. Scotsman50 commented 1 year ago

For the confused people who do not know the right answer... here you go.


The moon is a natural satellite, as it is a celestial object orbiting a planet.

A natural satellite is most commonly refered to as a moon, so the moon obviously has a very tight connection.

It is not a planet, as it is lacking in mass, and orbiting Earth rather than the sun.
It is not a star, as it doesn’t consist of superheated gasses that undergo fusion.
Therefore, a satellite, but naturally constructed. Natural satellite.
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+3 8. thefox commented 1 year ago

You're all wrong.
The moon is a hoax:

revisionism.nl/Moon/The-Mad-Revisionist.htm
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+5 9. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

It amazes me how people go through their lives in such ignorance. With the absolute exception of Thunders most women have no interest in anything out of this world which saddens me greatly. Men on the whole do, although a lot of them do not bother to investigate deeply.

I could not imagine going through life not wanting to know how the planet got to where it is today, how life began, natural selection and all that. Religion I absolutely do not waste a moment of my time with, it's all nonsense ALL OF IT!! Space, planets moons, stars, galaxies the possibility of life elsewhere is so incredibly interesting. The video above just shows how limited is the average knowledge of life out side of Shoes and clothes. :(|)
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+2 10. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

#9 Thank you, JJ, yes, it always amazes me too, and then the looks you get when you are actually interested in things like that. Unfortunately you're right it's often my female fellow human beings that lack interest in the things, that are truly interesting. I recently noticed that a friend and co-worker of mine had no clue where sunrise and sunset occur, and when I seemed surprised she said "no one knows these things". So I asked random people at work, if they knew in what direction the sun rises and sets, and many women had no idea and all the guys knew.
Of course there are as always many exceptions, but yes #2, that's exactly what it is.
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+2 11. Scotsman50 commented 1 year ago

#9 Phuq me lol, you actually said something interesting and very well put. Thumbs up that man. :squirrel::squirrel:
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+2 12. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

#11 Phuq you too. :D You should tune in more often it happens a lot O:)
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0 13. Meggey commented 1 year ago

WE need to ask one of the clangers. they will know
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0 14. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

#13 What's a clanger, couldn't really find a meaningful definition. :)
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0 15. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

#14 The Clangers were a puppet type stop motion show on English TV back in the late sixties early seventies. They should be Googleable from where you are just type The Clangers English tv. They lived on the moon took strange drugs and therefore made strange Changer noises.

Also you probably won't have this in the USA but in England if you make a mistake people often say "He Dropped a Clanger" Tho origin is a little obscure but may have come from a workshop when someone dropped something heavy and metal like a tool. :)
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0 16. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

#15 Thank you JJ, for the clarification, can't keep up by myself with all those British concepts, glad to have you to culture me. :* Now it totally makes sense what #13 said.
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+1 17. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

#16 Pretty much all I live for. O:)
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0 18. thundersnow commented 1 year ago

#17 Woohoo, I now have my own personal culturisor (is there such a thing?) :D
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0 19. Judge-Jake commented 1 year ago

#18 There is now..<3