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Moontest by flash.jpg
  • It's a simple way to prove that we do not live on a SPINNING BALL.
  • It is extremely simple and is based on the idea of not being geometrically able to see together an object in space from the anthipodes of a BALL.
  • It will be enough to be in contact with someone who is located at anthipodes compared to our position and photographing the moon at the same time.

This simple test could never be successfull according to data provided us by Nasa


some other samples of syncronized moontests

use this site to find your anthipode-friend