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2018-09-08 18:48:25 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  


2018-09-08 18:49:27 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Thanks, I'm literally just here because @Soldz (CF) couldn't explain how the moon imites its own light.

2018-09-08 18:49:44 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

I can send screenshots.

2018-09-08 18:50:41 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  

Where would we chat? In this channel?

2018-09-08 18:51:27 UTC [The Ice Wall #lounge]  


According to @Soldz (CF), the moon imites its own light, however, the moon does not own any of the following properties;
-Gases Capable Of Forming Light and Heat Energy.
-It Does __NOT__ Contain Chemicals That Allow Light And Heat Energy
-It Does __NOT__ Have Fire or Any Flame.

So, how is this possible?

@Tap, someone's finally replying.


Soldz, I thought you had to go?

Z, you realise that the moon would imite a greater light than it already does if it had the corresponding chemicals and gases, right?

However, there is no proof provided.

So, we are forced to believe that there is no gas or chemical on the moon.

Also, a blood moon would NOT be the same if there were those said gases and chemicals.

Provide some to me.

Validated proof.

Not just pictures with estimates.

I want exact.

Or else it's not proof.

Oh wow, amazing proof!

I guess I'm a flat-earther now.


I apologise in advance, if I'm rude.

I haven't had a full night's rest, I woke up in a bad mood. Anyway, so, may I get your proof?

I asked how does the moon imite its own light, without the correct gases/chemicals.

Shall the conversation end here? I haven't gotten an answer.

The ones fireflies imite.

They use a chemical.

But, according to @Soldz (CF), it doesn't contain any chemicals, own any gases, or reflect light.

So, what does it gain its light source from?

We have been asking him this from an hour.

And he refuses to answer.

Either continue the conversation or end it, it's pointless to say one sentence.

No responses? Conversation ended. @Soldz (CF), this did not help me understand anything.

Are you sure?

"I'll get someone to explain it better to you".

Sorry for being rude, again, woke up in a bad mood.

It is, using the right equipment.

Yes, but, that doesn't show how the light is created.

There **MUST** be a source.

However, I haven't met anyone who could portrait that for me.

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