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originally posted by: bottleslingguy
a reply to: bbracken677
1) then why isn't the Moon just as active?
2) we all know that. so what's your point?
3) "Moon rocks"=from the debris scattered after the impact with the other planet
4) can you explain this: news.discovery.com...
5) not sure where you were going with the part where you said "no one knows". It's obvious you don't know even after your degree. I mean seriously what good is it if everything they taught you is wrong or at best in serious doubt? (I'm not saying you don't know what an igneous rock is just that they didn't teach you things like the dynamics behind PT because even they don't know more than "custard")
6) the evidence supporting Sitchen's "ideas" is the tens of thousands of clay tablets which pre-date the Hindu works (which also talk about flying people from other worlds with amazing abilities and who used technology). maybe you should've spent more time studying them than rocks? (love geology by the way always wanted to be a geologist)
Whether you want to accept it or not, when you take Sitchin's interpretations of stories over the word meanings the scribes themselves left us (they made dictionaries back then too!), this justifies academics treating alternate material with disdain. This situation should not be. We should look and be willing to slay academic (and even theological) sacred cows; you should respect the results of centuries of work in the field by people who do this for a living.
originally posted by: OccamsRazor04
originally posted by: Wolfenz
How Far off was Stichen the Claimed Spoof ? in his Tale of Sumerians about Tiamat hitting earth and the Moon ? when this is now theorized of a mysterious claimed ROUGE planet or moon called THIEA
Completely off since the Moon was the result of the collision and could not have been hit.
The impact theory was theorized in 1946, so if you can show me Stichen claiming it first ...