@Palenius Repignero, I'm TRIGGERED
Those "stars" are actually evidence that there's an alien civilization on the moon, and they're caused by light pollution.
They are not stars, they are NSA satellites in Lagrange orbits.
It's the colonies on the moon. DREAM BIG
Way to start off our future's astrophysicists and astronomers on the wrong foot sesame street.
How does this "offend" you?
Because I'm an astrophysicist and recognise that although most of the crescent is black, there is in fact a whole moon present; the show is showing stars through a solid object, which greatly offends my logical mind. Or, y'know, something about Muslims or whatever.
@SOPT RAIDEN, can you show me on the doll where this offended you
@SOPT RAIDEN, did you just question him *TRIGGERED*
@Mickey Glove, ah thank you this makes much more sense now
@Mickey Glove, I think what you said in a paragraph, the photo said in two lines
@Mickey Glove, Pretty sure you don't need to be an astrophysicist to know that the moon is a solid object
@lakewood20, 2 sentences is not a paragraph.
@Trump Repellant, well, then he did it in 29 words more than needed
@Mickey Glove, I just graduated high school today and am going to uconn next year for chemical engineering, but astrophysics is my passion. I was just wondering if you could give me any pointers and I was wondering was it hard to get a job? I hope you wouldn't mind answering
Oh, I'm really super sorry, but I'm not actually an astrophysicist; I claimed such for the joke - used ironically to emphasize that it wouldn't take a genius to use such logic, if you understand my drift. I'm actually going into civil engineering, not at all related to the glorious expanse of space. Again, sorry to disappoint. Also, I feel like a giant tush now and rather guilty for deceiving my FunnyPics community. But, ah, follow your dreams! As it is, I'm under the impression that most STEM fields are in high demand - and astrophysics can be used in a myriad of fields whilst waiting for their specific niche in their desired field. Still, chemical engineering is such a strong field, and medicine can always use bright minds. (Sorry I'm not of more help! Really sorry...)
@Mickey Glove, Hey everybody - this guy's a PHONY! A BIG FAT PHONY!!!
@Mickey Glove, don't be sorry man! Thanks for the response anyways!
If other people's stupidity offends you, you're in for a tough life.
What is the star is infront of the moon.?
@Racist Arab, you are kidding...right? ...I really hope you are...it is a faith in humanity thing...
@frodo from 349, yea
Maybe sesame Street shares a world with assassination classroom.
In theory, gravity has the power to bend light waves. With an extremely strong gravitational pull (which the moon lacks), you could technically see what is behind the object. Of course this probably would never happen, but it isnt impossible
The muppet race actually hails from the moon, and Sesame Street's society is the result of decades of social blending after the gentrifying colonists came to establish cities there (they were pretty ok with it). They're looking at their homes.
Muslim Muppets? Ooooo