From Stevie’s website:
Part of my Divine Deception I played on humanity (Maya), and the dance (Lila). The Moon is bowl-shaped. It doesn’t rotate. There is a crisp shadow line (terminator). This gives it away. If the Moon were spherical, there wouldn’t be a hard-edged shadow line, it would be more gradual.
I fail to see the logic in this “argument”. In a situation with no atmospheric diffusion, the shadow line on a sphere is hard edged, contrary to Stevie’s assertion.
You see this also explains the enigma to scientists known as “tidal locking”, where it’s rather too coincidental that we only see one side of the Moon. They have to conjure up some stupid, ridiculous explanation that the Moon rotates perfectly in synch with Earth’s “rotation”. Because the Moon is a bowl, it’s always facing Earth, concave side.
I wonder how Stevie explains librations: the fact that the Moon does not always perfectly face the earth with the same side. It slightly “wiggles”, periodically showing a bit more and a bit less of what normally is just around the edge on the the backside. Incidentally, a bowl cannot explain this, while a sphere does.