What country would be equal in size to the area of the moon?

The moon has 14.6 million mi². The earth, meanwhile, is 70.8% covered with water. What sticks out of the water covers 57.5 million mi². This means there’s only 3.9 times more land on Earth than on the moon. The moon takes up more than 1/3 of the landmass of Earth above water!

Put that in your pipe and smoke it!

No country in the world is as big as the landmass on the moon.

The closest you might come is the biggest country: Russia, with 6.6 million mi², less than half the area of the moon.

Here’s what the landmass of Earth might look like if we stuck it all together.

Do you know anywhere I can move to or go to so I can see the harvest moon at night in the sky every year?

Don’t spend your money! You do not need to go anywhere special to see the harvest moon at night.

The harvest moon is merely the full moon which is closest to the equinox in the autumn. The fall equinox comes around September 22, every year. So which ever full moon is closest either before or after that date will be the harvest moon. You will be able to see that moon anywhere on Earth except maybe near the poles. The next harvest moon will be September 24th, 2018. Look up that night. As long as there are no clouds, you’ll see it. It’s big.fb_img_1486783783855

Given that NASA has landed on the Moon, why did they not put some plants on the lunar surface?

Wow. What would have happened if astronauts had brought plants to the moon? Surely by now the moon would be green! Here I always thought the thing was made of blue cheese.

You must know from the other answers that there’s no air on the moon and plants need air to survive just like you do. Another issue is there’s no water on the moon – no rivers, no lakes, no rain – and we all know if plants don’t get water they die.

However, I can offer you what none other can! Below is a picture of what the moon would look like if it really was green!

The Earth is Flat

The Earth is flat, at least according to the Flat Earth Society. Although officially they have only about 500 members, the postings and YouTube videos have pulled in some secret admirers that believe. Because it’s true.

The Earth is flat.

It’s always been flat. The governments of the world, the astronauts who claim they went to the moon and NASA are all covering up the truth. The north pole is at the center of the disk shaped Earth, and Antarctica is a wall of ice that surrounds the outer edge of the disk and prevents people from going further.

What happens when you get to the edge? Do you fall off? As far as I understand, no. There’s a dome over the top of the whole thing and you’d run into the dome at the outer edge, because

The Earth is flat.

It is the conspiracy of conspiracies. The biggest cover-up of them all. Look it up on the Internet. They wouldn’t put it on the Internet if it wasn’t true.

If it says “conspiracy” then it simply has to be real. Here are the top 10 conspiracy theories that people actually believe:

  1. The moon landing was fake.
  2. Hitler is alive and was involved with the attack on 9/11.
  3. Dungeons and Dragons is a cult.
  4. Paul McCartney died and was replaced by an impersonator.
  5. Our world leaders are lizard people.
  6. The CIA created AIDS.
  7. The 27 Club. A wide selection of musicians died at the age of 27, including Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrison. The number 27 hold otherworldly power over the music industry inviting the biggest stars to die at 27 years old.
  8. The Middle Ages didn’t exist.
  9. The Jews created the Holocaust. Hitler was planted in Germany by evil Jews and his acts during WWII were Hitler following orders from his bosses.
  10. Obama was a Muslim, wasn’t born in America, could control the weather and had a mosque in the White House.

Notice that “the Earth is Flat” isn’t in the top ten. You know why? Because this conspiracy is so big and we’ve all been brainwashed since children, that even conspiracy theorists have trouble accepting the fact

The Earth is flat.

What do you think?