Because of the Earth's rotation, the moon is above the horizon roughly 12 hours out of every 24. Since those 12 hours almost never coincide with the roughly 12 hours of daylight in every 24 hours, the possible window for observing the moon in daylight averages about 6 hours a day.
The moon is in the sky for around 12 hours
The sun is in the sky for around 12 hours
God measured the sun time to around 12 hours then measured the moon time to around 12 hours. It was probably once perfect but time breaks things. What are the chances of such a coincidence happening. zero i don't think there is a chance of this happening by chance. Stuff like Monday the sun was out for 11 hours 58 minutes. Then the Moon was out for 12 and 2 minutes.
The amount of time is probably similar to the clocks in our body that run coincidentally on a 24 hour scheduled. Its not like god created everything to run on 24 hours because he created a day to be 24 hours.
Rats body clocks are 23.5 on average humans body clocks are on average 24.5.
" The body clock, or circadian clock, is an internal clock that keeps track of time. Circadian comes from "circa-diem" meaning "around a day". So in a mouse for example it is about 23.5 hours and for a human its about 24.5 hours."
That's a little close to be an accident. Its almost as if the creator was aware of the 24 hour day cycle when he created the first creatures.