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Hi, great videos, I have a sort of a reaction to a similar video, which I wanted to share with you guys here, some one pointed me to this website, I have theorized/realized about a reason for the holographic images we see for years now, and if you’re interested you can read it, if not then sorry to waste your time man. I think all heavenly bodies are a projection on our atmospheric border btw. Hope you enjoy.

First off, I am not forcing anything on you or any one, just an option ๐Ÿ™‚ I have been working on a theory for some time now, and I came to a conclusion that the moon indeed seems to be a hologram like phenomenon, only my thought as to why are specified here below in a much shorter readable version (my fb page has more details and drawings). And I just bought my first telescope today ๐Ÿ™‚ what I aim to do is is well not proof or well maybe I do, I think it was you who showed a star inside the moons image right? ( this part was from the other reaction sorry, but good info) I hope so because I think I might have a idea as to why. The moon might pull far away starlight by its own mass AND a 1/6th atmosphere (weaker than earths lens? Small pull? Bending by lens? )just like the sun, only this can’t be is probably what science will think as this will turn over old working theories about light and its speed and distances…. But if you think of the atmospheric border as the border where light begins to exist, things change, the atmospheric border acts as a screen or prism/screen onto which light get projected (reflected off real 3d further way than we think objects, the lens makes things appear much smaller or bigger depending on which side you are ๐Ÿ™‚ ). I think the sun, the moon and the stars are all being created/projected at the atmospheric border where they become visible to humans ( a prism that creates visible to human light in a light allowing medium where waves can be emitted and measured. This has a lot of implications I can’t even all imagine even though IM working on it hard ๐Ÿ™‚

our atmospheric border might be like a prism breaking up light in visible to human wavelengths. The second half of the atmosphere on the opposite side of the sun (or anything else we see because of light) might act like a lens where on the moon gets projected. The reflected light does how ever reflect off of a real 3d existing in space moon. I think our atmosphere works like a projection screen and real photon light is the thing we can’t see in space. On earth there are three things space does not have which are needed for a real burn humans can see (oxygen or medium allowing temperature, density of matter, ignition temperature or starting temperature much higher than in space thus more easily has energy transferred in to it allowing for a visible wave… Length here locally (our local atoms or structures more complex formed under atmospheric pressure and can be exited enough to give off the effect light)

in space only chemical reactions like the sun are hot enough to create local temperature, and after my suspected ignition of the photon (no wave form in space we can see as it is to cold to really burn or glow in between 400-700nm ) on our atmosphere. Photons might not like space as a medium to travel is giving light. It might be just dark on dark matter but I don’t wanna type so much as no one really cares about this anyway. The sun might eject dark particles being the source of local dark matter filling up space slowly creating a variable over time gravity we experience in space. In space the cold temperature seems to make mass relatively heavy, is this the same for photons relative to nature or the universe, the universe might think of light as something slow… Our atmosphere might be a lights speed limiting factor creating dark particles into visible light with prisma like behavior. I’ve read an scientific article where it was said they miss like 80% of the light they expect in space…. I also heard the first astronauts couldn’t see the star and the sun and the moon at first, but later they changed the windows into sort of like lenses, to make and thus the aforementioned heavenly objects. The earth is not flat either if anyone cares ๐Ÿ˜› why would we be when we can see all other objects in telescopes ourselves. pfff one more cpt. Obvious thing, black holes are not flat…. Nothing in nature is flat, not even 2d materials are 2d…. They are still one atom thick which have dimensions ( once we measure dimensions are known so not dimensionless we just can weigh photons yet…) able to carry temperature, anyways black holes…. If the light gets absorbed nothing can ever render shadow or depth… The information of 3 dimensionality (depth perception) is what light and shadow give as information, with out this information any dark sphere will look flat or like a hole from any angle…. The artist can not render a sphere without light he simulates. The same goes for telescopes and cameras….

If our atmosphere works as a projection lens, if…. Then could our northstar be a projection of us, or the sun on the backside of our planet, always in the centre of the night. The north star is solidly related to us in some way, all other stars move around it beautifully, is it fixed because we are the reason? is there a yellow star (projection of the moon maybe closeby?) under some sort of reversed angle close by? If you think these ideas are interesting, feel free to add, help out, think with me or what ever. This is the stuff my mind enjoys ๐Ÿ™‚

sorry, spellchecker ruined some words, and i forgot to mention
i think the dark particle ejected in the nuclear burning sun that its ejected gets ignited onto our atmosphere by friction, creating local heat up in our thermosphere ( the border where temperature and light start to exist from inside our atmosphere, this notion of high temperature above us, is not well known but strengthens my theory in my mind. one other little thing, temperature seems to give mass its relative weight, any dimension can hold temperature in it, it just might not be a big enough particle to hold and release enough pressure in a visible or measurable way, a particle might not ever give off enough energy if it can not physically hold enough for humans to see the effect of this release of temperature or energy.
in space there is no temp, -270 degrees Celcius is hard to light up or excite enough that โ€œitโ€ starts to give off light or anything itself, a sun can do this but anything else? all light is reflected in space, only suns/stars are sources of temperature. spaces temperature seems to make the same mass from earth seem very slow sluggish heavyโ€ฆ.
astronauts practise in pools of water where movement is restricted by pressure from all sides. the same is in space, we can not see individual particles we can not weigh individual particles off space material, yet it has a combined weight weighing down on us as the effect gravity. all masses together do have a mass with an effect. this is the same in any material with enough of the same particles to form a shape. space is just stretched out more.

this is a guy hinting at a similar thing explaining we miss light in space, just like a laser has effect on its end when it is in contact with denser matterโ€ฆ the sun acts like a dark blacklight laser ๐Ÿ™‚ and a blacklight is almost the same as a blackhole, we migt see very distant stars as blackholes because they do not release any thing we can see from it. (many reasons like a thick particle filled atmoshpere, or extremely hot breakig the path of light wanting to escapeโ€ฆ no space-time neededโ€ฆ.. lights information gets bend, not space itself. mass of light we cant measure but it might be heavier to the universe its pespective in space. inside an atmosphere light migt become much faster by the friction makig it relativly less heavyโ€ฆ and litteraly more light ๐Ÿ™‚ both ways ๐Ÿ™‚ the lighter a particle the more light it can give ๐Ÿ™‚

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it might be the atmospheric border / prism acting as a lens making things appear smaller and bigger in space, depending on which side of the lens one is.


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sorry, spellchecker ruined some words, and i forgot to mention
i think the dark particle ejected in the nuclear burning sun that its ejected gets ignited onto our atmosphere by friction, creating local heat up in our thermosphere ( the border where temperature and light start to exist from inside our atmosphere, this notion of high temperature above us, is not well known but strengthens my theory in my mind. one other little thing, temperature seems to give mass its relative weight, any dimension can hold temperature in it, it just might not be a big enough particle to hold and release enough pressure in a visible or measurable way, a particle might not ever give off enough energy if it can not physically hold enough for humans to see the effect of this release of temperature or energy.
in space there is no temp, -270 degrees Celcius is hard to light up or excite enough that “it” starts to give off light or anything itself, a sun can do this but anything else? all light is reflected in space, only suns/stars are sources of temperature. spaces temperature seems to make the same mass from earth seem very slow sluggish heavy….
astronauts practise in pools of water where movement is restricted by pressure from all sides. the same is in space, we can not see individual particles we can not weigh individual particles off space material, yet it has a combined weight weighing down on us as the effect gravity. all masses together do have a mass with an effect. this is the same in any material with enough of the same particles to form a shape. space is just stretched out more.

this is a guy hinting at a similar thing explaining we miss light in space, just like a laser has effect on its end when it is in contact with denser matter… the sun acts like a dark blacklight laser ๐Ÿ™‚ and a blacklight is almost the same as a blackhole, we migt see very distant stars as blackholes because they do not release any thing we can see from it. (many reasons like a thick particle filled atmoshpere, or extremely hot breakig the path of light wanting to escape… no space-time needed….. lights information gets bend, not space itself. mass of light we cant measure but it might be heavier to the universe its pespective in space. inside an atmosphere light migt become much faster by the friction makig it relativly less heavy… and litteraly more light ๐Ÿ™‚ both ways ๐Ÿ™‚ the lighter a particle the more light it can give ๐Ÿ™‚


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