Sleeping Warrior likes to call into question anything that contradicts his pre-selected outcomes for observations, measurements, experiments, etc.
On a video mirrored by Mark Sargent someone measured the temperature of the ground trying to suggest that moonlight somehow cools things. I noted that the operator never pointed the temperature sensing camera directly at the moon. This would be an excellent direct measurement of the temperature of moonlight.
I provided a video where this was done showing that moonlight is not cold. Since it contradicted his pre-selected outcome, Sleeping Warrior needed to call this method into question. Here’s the comment thread:
Thanks again, Sleeping Warrior.