posted on Feb, 17 2013 @ 03:04 AM
reply to post by IKnowNothing
"A new mineral formed by repeated bombardments from meteorites and other space debris has been found in a meteorite that fell to Earth from the moon
in 2000, researchers reported on Monday.
can someone please explain to me how a meteorite can fall to Earth from the moon in 2000?
How long have these meteorites been falling from the moon to the earth?
Has anyone been injured from one of these meteorites?
What form of violation of the absolute objective laws of physics causes these meteorites to dislodge from the surface of the moon, overcome the
gravity of the moon, (1/2 th of Earth) and launch or propel themselves accurately across 356,400 km to 406,700 km?
I am more intrigued and interested by this relative hidden and secret fact than the actual new mineral.
I am going to start a new thread on the topic of meteorites dislodging themselves from the surface of the moon and aiming and launching themselves at
the earth. This could be the ultimate answer to launching orbital space craft, satellites and space vehicles by being able to understand and harness
and replicate this new event.