I suppose it was bound to be done. Half the visitors pretending to hold up the moon in the same way they stop the tower from falling over in Pisa. I bet they took a photo of their evening meal for social media too. Me? A snob?
I was thinking yesterday about how eery it is that we on Earth only ever see one side of the moon, and it just so happens that it takes up exactly the same amount of sky as the sun despite the vast distance between them, allowing spectacular eclipses with the brilliant diamond ring effect. Coincidence in the Goldilocks Zone?
I can just imagine God becoming increasingly exasperated with us as we endlessly discuss the best way of providing the power we need these days in order to function as a modern civilisation.
For heaven's sake! Look up! What else do I have to show you?! It could not be more obvious! The sun throws down more power in one minute than all of you could ever use in your whole lifetimes combined! The moon shifts unimaginably huge amounts of water up and down every day with enough force to drive trillions of turbines for eternity! Use your bloody heads!