June 20, 2020
The sky is a hologram and there is a simple test that can be done to verify this. But I'll get to that in a minute.
There are a few other tidbits that go along with this fact.
The moon we see in the sky is part of the hologram and not the true moon. The stars are also part of the hologram. The telescopes owned by amateurs and sold in stores since 2012 are only equipped to view the fake sky as real by the technology that makes this possible. During the daylight in a cloudless sky the moon will be somewhat transparent and you will be able to see blue sky through the moon. Sometimes at night, during a bright moon (full or partial) when there are moving clouds you can see these clouds flowing behind the moon.
The true moon is a crystal. This is why the moon rang like a bell for hours in 1970 during the crashing of Apollo 12's Ascent Stage module. The snow, yes snow. on the surface of the moon hid the crystalline structure very well for eons. Since 2012 the true moon has been positioned in front of the sun. It's exact fit to form a total eclipse of the sun has made this possible. We have been looking at the sun through a crystal for 8 years.
Now back to the test for the hologram. When we look at bright objects and then close our eyes we can see the dark shadow of the object behind our eyelids causing an image. The reason the image appears is because the light is reflecting off a solid object - your eyelids. This phenomenon may also be produced when looking at any solid object, not just your eyelids. True outer space is infinite. When you view it at any time you see only space.
Test: Look at a bright object like a street lamp at night. Hold your gaze there for a few seconds. Look immediately up at the clear night sky. You will see the negative reflection of the streetlamp light you just viewed. This is impossible unless the sky has a backdrop (the finite hologram). Ergo, the sky is a hologram.