So, from my point of view, as the Moon was rising Full, at about 65 degrees, while the Sun was setting.
Then the Moon travelled through the night in an arc, to reach a zenith point at around 1 am. In the mean time, the Sun had set and was 'on the opposite side of the Earth'.
How is it possible to have a Full Moon, when the Sun is opposite? 1st BS story.
Then this morning, I filmed the so called 'Partial Eclipse'. The Sun hadn't shown yet. The 'Partial Eclipse' according to Scientism, was on the Top Left of the Moon.
Yes, indeed, I filmed it and saw it. It wasn't a 'Partial Eclipse', but more like a dimming of that portion of the Moon, because when I zoomed in, it appeared perfectly.
2nd BS, there was NO 'Partial Eclipse', and certainly not because of the Earth's shadow, cause it would have shown on the Bottom side of the Moon. 🤣
The Moon was setting at about 290 degrees.
'All people have to do is uncloud their minds, and think on what they actually see. But I suppose educated false beliefs are simpler to rely on in order to go about one's "affairs".'
Has anyone ever done the Moonlight temperature test?
If you haven't, this test will make you understand that the Moon is self luminescent.
Ah, a bonfire under the cooling Moonlight!