On 2002-05-17 23:38, The Rusty Lander wrote:
For instance, where is there the empirical evidence that light behaves differently on the moon than anywhere else. This could be a very convenient excuse to explain away many photo anomalies. "Oh but you don't understand, light works differently on the moon blah blah blah". If, however, light actually functions the same throughout the universe, then everything said over the years based on this false assumption is a lie and there's one heavy pack of hards to fall down for a start. I wouldn't like to be under it when it does.