Two friends are out camping when the first guy asks,
"So, Bill, what do you see when you look up?"
Bill answers, "Well, that depends. From the surface of Earth, I see virtually no cloud cover and feel a warm breeze, so it's unlikely that the view of the stars will be obscured by cloud cover. Astronomically, I see the moon in its crescent phase, with Mars to the right of it, and Saturn in the constellation of Leo, amongst the millions of stars within the Milky Way galaxy. Theologically, I feel like a mere speck on a tiny speck of a planet in a super-massive universe created by an all-powerful God. What do you see, Mike?"
"I can see the same moon and stars, Bill, which means somebody stole our tent!"