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Originally posted by phushion
Does it orbit on a wobble like our earth spins on an axis which 'wobbles'?
It's sorta got me thinking abit now...
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by cheesyleps
You mean barycenter. The Earth-Moon barycenter is actually located inside the earth (about 1,710 km beneath the surface) but that is not the cause of Earth's wobble on its axis. Venus has no moon yet has a wobbly axis.
Earth's wobble is caused by gyroscopic precession and would occur even if we did not have a moon. If anything, the presence of the Moon stabilizes the wobble a bit.
Originally posted by amigo
Holy crap are you all thick or what?
The OP's posting has nothing to do with the Moon and everything to do with mechanical mind control. But you all keep beating the dead horse on the head...and SiONiX tried to bring this to your attention but I suppose your attention span is pretty short then?!
Is it that you do not believe in mind control, or are too lazy or too ignorant (kept docile through mind control? ) to go and search the plethora of documents relating to this field over the past 100 years or so.
Yes, that's right, "they" have been at it for at least a 100 years, having electronic implant devices (crude but still notable) back in the 20s and 30s even. There's quite a few interesting writings on the topic from all over the world and a whole slew of patents (most likely twice as many, counting classified ones we don't even know about).
Or maybe you all think that what you can't see can't hurt you, right?
[edit on 21-2-2009 by amigo]
Earth's gravity "drags" the moon to rotate on its axis
•The Earth drags the Moon through orbit causing the Earth’s rotation to continually slow.