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You cannot tell me that THIS was ALL an accident.
It would be easier for me to believe that Leonardo da Vinci bumped his easel and palette, knocking them over on the ground, spilling paint across a canvas that just happened to create the Mona Lisa.
Come on. I don’t care how many millions of years a blank canvas lays around, it will never produce the Mona Lisa.
Oh, woops, I just spilled my coffee. Hmmm, would you look at that… it looks like the mess has some sort of order to it?
Wow, it actually looks like letters.
Let’s see here, what does it say?
“Your father was a monkey.”
Originally posted by googolplex
Perhaps Moon is not coincicence, maybe the Aliens put it there when were first engineering Earth.
That's also when the joker in group, thought would be good to put face on Moon.
Originally posted by itchy_tartan_blanket
reply to post by googolplex
The joker of the group said nothing about aliens putting a moon anywhere or engineering the Earth......? I suppose I'm a Sitchinite? pfffffft!
That was a fine example to describe the Moon and rotation - a good bit of input. Go try it out on a kids merry go round-a-bout thing...have some fun... then come back and thank me...
[edit on 26/2/2009 by itchy_tartan_blanket]
Originally posted by Chonx
The Moon is actually steadily moving away from Earth at about 3.8cm a year so 200 million years ago for example, the Moon would have been too close and too big, more than blocking out the Sun entirely. Conversely, in a few hundred million years the Moon will be too far away and too small to cover the whole Sun during an eclispe.
Originally posted by Phage
The moon rotates.
If it did not rotate there would not be a far side which is never visible.