#1
I was looking up at the sky and it seemed to move sideways, it was getting dark and the moon seemed to touch my friends shoulder and the clouds blew in and the stars died.


Ever been in the forest far away from any major city and looked up at the stars? Its mesmirizing how many there are, and how many you cant actually see near cities.
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#2
Sky?

I am the sky.
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#4
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Me too. I went to stay with some friends in Sacramento recently and was totally uncomfortable and couldn't sleep due to all the noise and light.
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#5
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I was looking up at the sky and it seemed to move sideways, it was getting dark and the moon seemed to touch my friends shoulder and the clouds blew in and the stars died.


Ever been in the forest far away from any major city and looked up at the stars? Its mesmirizing how many there are, and how many you cant actually see near cities.


You trippin', brah?
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#10
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Porcupinetree.


^this. Great Album.

And I've been there TS but there were no stars
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#11
took this beautiful sunset pic of the moon and the stars the other night. Oh how I love skies that move sideways.

You who build these altars now

To sacrifice these children
You must not do it anymore
#14
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took this beautiful sunset pic of the moon and the stars the other night. Oh how I love skies that move sideways.



Why is the moon a block?
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#15
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Cool Porcupine Tree references bro.



thx brah i thought it was relevant to my question about the stars
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#17
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Why is the moon a block?


Minecraft brah.

Anyway, wouldn't the sky moving sideways be relative to the way you're laying?
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#18
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Why is the moon a block?


Because that's how Minecraft skies roll baby .
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#19
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Because that's how Minecraft skies roll baby .


How do they roll if they're cubes?
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#21
Psh. Default texture pack fails.
My moon's a crescent.


OT: I live in Central London, so I rarely ever see the stars. The moon is always brilliant though.
I love when I'm out from the city though. My family and I went up to the Lake District for Christmas two years ago. Out there in the countryside, the sky was perfectly clear. So bright, just filled with stars.

Now you make me hate living in London.
#22
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How do they roll if they're cubes?


Doesn't matter, Minecraft is awesome.
#24
TS be trippin'.
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#25
There are so many stars here on a night with no moon that it still lights the sky a bit. One night we saw over 50 shooting stars lying at the beach.

Back in the 90s sometime I was in Toronto (actually Oakville) at 3 am in a hot tub in winter and a meteor flew by just like in a hollywood movie. I mean really, just like computer graphics in those movies, and close and huge flaming screaming fireball. Just behind the scattered clouds, long flaming trail lighting the whole sky, about a third of the way across the sky. And fast, probably 3 seconds from when it came into sight till it was gone over the horizon low. We thought it was the end of the world and ducked under the water as it looked like it was going to land not far. Turns out it went over the horizon and small pieces landed harmlessly near London (Ontario) I think. It was just really breaking up and burning off right when it passed us over the suburb. It was a big story on the news the next day, glad I got to see it, I'll never see another natural event as spectacular I bet.
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#26
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I'm lucky enough to live in the middle of nowhere so I can always see them.


When I go to my cabin on a clear, cold and crisp winter night, the whole sky is lit up with stars, nebulas and the northern lights. Something I'm definitely going to miss in the move to the city.
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#28
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There are so many stars here on a night with no moon that it still lights the sky a bit. One night we saw over 50 shooting stars lying at the beach.

Back in the 90s sometime I was in Toronto (actually Oakville) at 3 am in a hot tub in winter and a meteor flew by just like in a hollywood movie. I mean really, just like computer graphics in those movies, and close and huge flaming screaming fireball. Just behind the scattered clouds, long flaming trail lighting the whole sky, about a third of the way across the sky. And fast, probably 3 seconds from when it came into sight till it was gone over the horizon low. We thought it was the end of the world and ducked under the water as it looked like it was going to land not far. Turns out it went over the horizon and landed harmlessly near London (Ontario) I think. It was just really breaking up and burning off right when it passed us over the suburb. It was a big story on the news the next day, glad I got to see it, I'll never see another natural event as spectacular I bet.



That is awesome. Ive never seen a meteor like that.
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#31
@JimmyBanks6 and Tempoe, I saw a huge meteor go through the air as well, back in I think 2006 while on a ferry. My family had to take a boat from the mainland to Newfoundland, where my grandmother had recently died and we had to attend the funeral and cleaning out of her house. I was on the top deck with two other guys around midnight, just off the coast of Labrador while on my way to Lewisport. All of a sudden, a huge greenish-blue fireball fell from the sky, illuminating the scattered cloud cover to the north of us. We saw it fall just below the horizon into the ocean, and I assume it's still sitting at the bottom of the Atlantic somewhere.

Looked a lot like this in colour:


Definitely one of the coolest things I've ever seen in my life.
#34
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#35
I live out in the country with no light pollution. It's always refreshing to see a city-dwellers face when they come up here, the sky just illuminated with billions of stars. It's hard to go outside and not be mesmerized.

I'm at college on the coast, I see like 10 stars at night.
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#36
^ Same here. Americans and Europeans come here often to go hunting or fishing and whatnot, and a lot of them who don't do much more than a day trip into the wilderness or completely baffled by how many stars there are out here.
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