posted on Sep, 19 2006 @ 01:48 PM
A thought for this not being a mine:
Layers are formed from impacts. Each layer of Earth is affected diffrently, so all throughout the world, we see plenty of almost 90 degree breakage
that has nothing to do with any dramatic impact.
A thought for this being a mine:
How are most of our layers of earth made up?
Creationists: Giant flood stirred up the world, and it settled in layers. The sheer pressure compacted most of the sediment to rock.
Evolution: Over millions of years, the world had decay from plants and animals that made all the layers, and as they compacted, they hardened into
seperate layers of rock.
Either way, layers were made due to life being started on this plannet.
As it is doubtful that life started on the moon, the layers of the moon should not be as drastically diffrent as they are on Earth. They shoud not
have such a 90 degree breakage between non-existant layers, unless each layer happens to be a previous impact, then the material would be much more
So now, we need a size comparison on those walls.
It's fun to entertain a crackpot idea. Suspend your disbelief and see what would make it plausable. Sometimes, that's how you find out more truth
in the matter than anyone would believe. Sometimes, it's more bunk than you ever want to deal with agian. You don't know till you try.