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We were hit by a Water Moon and I can prove it.

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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 12:43 AM
Some speculate that this world's water was brought here by a planetary collision. I am here to show, with the forensics evidence, that the Earth was hit by a water planet/moon.

1st point: There is more water then can be accounted for by just a meteor showers.
2nd point: Our Moon does not show the same saturation of water as us. Of course maybe the meteors hit before the Moon showed up.
3rd point: Mars does not show the same saturation either.
4th point: Amount… the pure, raw, amount of water is just too vast to be accounted for by repeated meteor strikes – especially when near galactic neighbors show little evidence to the same.

Exhibit A: The Earth
The 'way' the earth is, as of now, shows the evidence if you are shown how to see it. I started to see the idea as soon as I came up with one question…

Why are all the land masses, save two, pointing South? Why do most have pointy southern tips? North America has one, South America has one, Africa has one, Greenland has one, India has one, and the South Asian Islands would be one if they weren't on a massive fault line sheering/shift (more on that later). All pointy southern tips.

Once I started looking for that I found very one actually questioned why we are pointy at the south-end. I read some plate tectonics theories that are still just that… and even in those theories no one really asked “Why are they all pointing south?”

That led me to the next question while looking at a globe. Why are most of the land masses in the North? Two thirds of the Earth's Land Mass is the Northern Hemispheres side… Why?

Finally, the epiphany, the 'aha' moment. I learned Australia is connected to Antarctica.

We have a great rift between Western and Eastern Hemispheres – the Great Atlantic Rift, and, the other side of the world, the Mariana Trench. However, Australia and Antarctica are connected under the ocean – no rift. The same rock mass that plunges into the sea at the Antarctica shore is the same mass that then pushes back above the water as Australia. Australia and Antarctica are the two land masses that don't have a pointy southern tips.

Look at Australia, a big lop-sided, upside down, 'U'. Like a berm. The echoed percussion force that shows the way the planet strike came from. Look as it bows out, the island of Australia. The bow is going up to the north, with an eastern swing. Up and away east. Look at the 'key' knocked island of Indonesia, cookie cut from the Australian Continent, up and away, though a smaller echo. Antarctica, underneath the ice is cracked in 2. Why? What if Antarctica is the point where a Water Planet hitting us? Ground Zero, the bulls-eye, a planet thrown right up our bottom side, and, Australia is the berm of that hit.

If you were to slam a Que Ball with so much force, into another Que Ball, as to shatter it you will get a very specific shapes. A lot of shards would look like Ice Cream Cones. Small at the point of contact, shattering out like a spider web until the natural curve of the Que Ball causes the force to turn in (goes around), applies inertia, and force to a diminishing surface. It blows out, the tops of the shards lobe, and the opposite point excavates. Shooting the center out.

Now look at Antarctica again, envisioning a massive hit – not quite squared, but, a little off toward the Australian Continent. Look at how Australia shows direction with a classic 'Bow Echo' shape, Indonesia's Cookie Cutter shore, echoing the bow, though smaller. Oceania now makes more sense as a 'blood splatter' if you will… fanning out from the direction of Australia into the vastness of the Pacific, shattered between the Australian 'berm' and the Asian landmass. All land masses move up toward the North because they got knocked that way…

Exhibit B: Our Oceans.
They are all mixed up… The biggest Ocean is the Pacific, and this is the ocean that has land on each side squeezing together; the land falls, and buckles under, forming the Marianna Trench. It is where, literally, the Earth sub-ducts and shrinks together. All the while the Atlantic is pushing apart from the Mid Atlantic Riff.

That's right, the small ocean grows, and the big one squeezes – Madness!

How it ties together:
Remember, this planet of water brought our water to us. The Earth is 2/3s water, but, not before. Before it is a rock. That being so, you must then make the Earth, before the water, smaller.

Take a water planet and slam it into a carbon/iron planet on it's south-side and you will get a planet splitting from the force. Shattering as it were, like a Que Ball, around the ball, pointed at force, toward lobbing out. The land mass of Australia is created, Indonesia created, Oceania created, the other land masses swing away from force (why we have more land in the north), the Pacific Ocean excavated (why it is bigger). The North Pole Land Mass eviscerated and is spewed out into space (why the North Pole is water/gone).

This eviscerate turned into our Moon. More on that later.

The water slams into the world, forcing through the cracks (weak points). Like a fist holding another fist, you see how the continents and the water hold each other. Fingers spread just like our south pointing land masses. Our top heavy land of Earth, Southern Hemisphere: Water. Like the fist spreading another fist to accommodate it.

Away from force, separated by land masses in the middle, the Atlantic Ocean is born squeezed. Spin for a few billion until it all settles down.

But wait there's more:
It explains the Ring of Fire around the entire Pacific Rim; They are mountain ranges lifted by that force of the hit. You can see how the massive water-push, pushed, the land up on the edges as it hit. Creating the Rockies and the Andes on the western edges of North and South America, creating the ranges along Alaska's Southern Shore, creating the mountains of the eastern edges of Russia. Creating the folds of Asia - the Philippines and Japanese Islands mountains popping out of the water. It explains the extremely thin, though high, tip and curl of Terre Del Fuego.

On the western side of the Australian berm you can see the land scrape north as this force slams the Indian Sub Continent into the Asian Continent - where the Himalayans are still growing. Look at Africa; Land mass plopped over, top heavy, away from force, on it's force exposed edges you see Mountains…The blob of Europe and Asian Continents move, but, managed to stay somewhat whole moved north. Up and away… But, the sheering force was more toward the Western Hemisphere.. Abrupt edges showing which way the force came from.

Like Copernicus uttering “We revolve around the Sun.” many things are now explained in 1 action.

We were hit by a water planet.

The Earth is the evidence itself.

Our globes show the evidence. Grab one, reread this, and look at it.
Explains much… but that is not all.

edit on 11-5-2016 by Newt22 because: Some clairity

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 12:46 AM
There physically isn't that much water on Earth, as a percentage of total mass, or volume, or whatever.

Can someone put a number on it? I'll guess like .5% or less water
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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 12:49 AM

The Earth is 2/3s water,


posted on May, 11 2016 @ 12:50 AM
About 70% - I have heard as much as 75 %


For a site filled with facts and figures such as these

How much water is there on (and in) the Earth? Here are some numbers you can think about: If all of Earth's water (oceans, icecaps and glaciers, lakes, rivers, groundwater, and water in the atmosphere was put into a sphere, then the diameter of that water ball would be about 860 miles (about 1,385 kilometers), a bit more than the distance between Salt Lake City, Utah to Topeka, Kansas. The volume of all water would be about 332.5 million cubic miles (mi3), or 1,386 million cubic kilometers (km3). A cubic mile of water equals more than 1.1 trillion gallons. A cubic kilometer of water equals about 264 billion gallons. About 3,100 mi3 (12,900 km3) of water, mostly in the form of water vapor, is in the atmosphere at any one time. If it all fell as precipitation at once, the Earth would be covered with only about 1 inch of water. The 48 contiguous (lower 48 states) United States receives a total volume of about 4 mi3 (17.7 km3) of precipitation each day. Each day, 280 mi3 (1,170 km3)of water evaporate or transpire into the atmosphere. If all of the world's water was poured on the contiguous United States, it would cover the land to a depth of about 107 miles (145 kilometers). Of the freshwater on Earth, much more is stored in the ground than is available in lakes and rivers. More than 2,000,000 mi3 (8,400,000 km3) of freshwater is stored in the Earth, most within one-half mile of the surface. But, if you really want to find freshwater, most is stored in the 7,000,000 mi3 (29,200,000 km3) of water found in glaciers and icecaps, mainly in the polar regions and in Greenland.

a reply to: FlyingFox

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 12:51 AM
a reply to: 1984hasarrived

About 70% - I have heard as much as 75 %

That is area. Not volume.
As the article we both linked points out.

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 12:57 AM
Sorry, this is layman's terms. It does not really matter the size of the water ultimately as it is here and Earth is the way it is. 2/3rds is surface area expression not a mathematical weight of earth water. Even a 860 mile ball of water hitting a hot iron carbon planet is going to well cause something, and, the water is here. Still works for me.
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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 12:58 AM
a reply to: Newt22
Where did the water world come from? Where did it get its water?
Where did comets get their water? Where did Europa get its water?

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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:05 AM
a reply to: Phage

Now for the really stupid stuff

And what is left behind:
It shows Pangaea may be wrong, sort of. Our continents do move around, but more like wisdom teeth rolling around under the gums.. They, our continents, were created at impact (and some cosmic swirling getting back together)… Now normal sub-duction is back on so I believe the Pacific will get smaller and the Atlantic continue to expand. It explains how our continental shores all match each other. Remember, they were literally together before the water split them apart, blasted by steam and collision. So edges match though a little smoother.

It allows water to exist in a zone that is usually creating molten iron and rock (hot and heavy – close to Sun Source) -without evaporating outright- as the Sun turned on Fusion and blast furnaced our Solar System in a nice rock, to ice, to gas, layers as you go out.

And now the wild stuff:
This is the pure speculation that does not have earth to back it up.

It allows the theory on that our Earth was 'moved' from it's original orbit. We got hit, we moved.

It explains our world going from Insects, Swamps, Super Reptiles, to Ice-y Ball and now at Mammals… Higher barometric pressure and more oxygen with a large amount of upper atmospheric water.

It explains how the Hawaiian Islands suddenly started growing… one dot after another after another as our lands start to settle into the recycling of earth.

Dare I say it… a world wide flood as the upper water came down… finally.

I believe the water planet was tossed by Saturn as it never gained enough mass to turn into a Sun, though, it is a HUGE magnetic dynamo. There are moons of water spinning around Saturn and Jupiter, but, something had to send one away, so… Hammer Sun Solar System and Saturn tosses the water moon.

Our Moon – the love child of such a collision. Once it was one big, wet, mud bubble cooling and solidifying in space. Made from us - bet there is a fossil there somewhere deep closer in to inside edge :-). But hollow, and most of the moisture long blasted in the solar winds. You could even speculate that is why it is so perfectly balanced both in speed spinning (so we only see one side) and why it is 40 times away from us giving us a perfect eclipse (mass eventually placed it there once it lost some water weight and dried out).

Our Earth is very, very, very, rare. I would like to find a Single Solar System with a water mixed carbon ball on the inner ring… the Goldilocks Zone… like we are here. The very act of the Sun going nuclear would Bessemer blast the water elements far further out… like where MOST of our water is… The Ort Cloud.

I would like to find any other Carbon-Hydro Based loop between sun and planet.

Well, what say you ATS…?
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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:06 AM
a reply to: Newt22


posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:09 AM
a reply to: Newt22

I would like to find a Single Solar System with a water mixed carbon ball on the inner ring… the Goldilocks Zone… like we are here.

You would first have to find another star called Sol, after which the Solar System is named.

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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:14 AM
The moon doesnt have enough atmospere to keep water from blowing off. Mars lost its atmosphere the same way.

Water is a common component of meteors. Millions of years of pummeling during earths early years could have built up an accumulation, along with a few microbes.

Water is not uncommon in the space around us.

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:15 AM
Original idea gets S&F

Very cool theory Newt22.

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:26 AM
a reply to: smirkley

Your right, water is very common. However, remember Earth was somewhat less 'heavy' before the water and a little more like Mars in size and shape. What if Mars also got splattered in the cosmic spray and dance, but not enough for atmosphere. And also right, the moon does not have enough to keep water from blowing off. Itself was the wet blow off from the collision that is now dry, maybe some ice from meteors.

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:27 AM

originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Newt22
Where did the water world come from? Where did it get its water?

I think it was global warming.

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:27 AM
a reply to: Caver78

It is fun to think about... Very likely bullocks, but, fun.

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:28 AM
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posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:33 AM
a reply to: Phage

Never really though of that... Some other system. Hopefully it rolls as nice as 'The Solar System' because the Hydrogen/Helium F lamming Ball System, though technically correct, just does not have the same zang.

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:33 AM
A very decent speculation.

Might I suggest a twist to your theory.

Why are there Multiple old Names for the Earth...

Terra Firma
and of course Earth

What if instead of a moon from Saturn or Jupiter we had an imperfect Bianary orbit with said water planet, or even a flawed trinary orbit, First collision would have been the Molten Iron /carbon and water planet, that would have cause the land masses, the moon was the original core of earth prior to that collision. leaving a chunk of the original crust of earth on the far side of the moon causing the disparity of the dark side always facing away. But the third planet in that trinity was say a gas dwarf... It was the one that killed the dinosaurs and its core is still on the planet and cause the famous wobble (Ayers Rock) and the change of the atmosphere which caused the sun blot out long enough to kill all but the most resilient of the cold blooded things that grew out of the first collision.

There all three Names accounted for..

Humans we come from Venus (a place of beauty maybe eden it self) and ruined the atmosphere there so we made or watched it happen, that would explain the triple name for our planet.

Just a hypothesis to go onto your theory...
edit on 11-5-2016 by CoBaZ because: spelling

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:37 AM
a reply to: Peeple

Put some water/ice around Theia and we're still in business

posted on May, 11 2016 @ 01:59 AM
Indeedy, wot you said.

a reply to: Phage

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