That is for Phage:
I am sorry I haven't thought about the Accretion theory and forgot about the probability of the moon being one of the oldest objects of our solar
I also like the idea that it might actually fitting the criteria of it being a planetoid to the same level that Mercury and Venus might be and not
really being a moon like most moons we can identify in our solar syetm and that would explain a lot.
Still there are some very interesting and precise celestial mechanics that can be identified both in moon rotation and size versus mercury and also
probably in the position and size of Mercury compared to Venus and relative to the sun.
I feel obliged marsorbust
, thank you for giving me the opportunity to reflect on these things.
Kind to think of it, it raises more questions than it posts answers.
We are an intelligent race, we found ourselves to be in a middle sized planet capable of harboring life, our historical records hints that our
ancestors might have possessed a precise understanding or at least ability for identification of some kind of balance that exists in orbits, sizes and
shapes of bodies of our solar system, certainly they showed great interest in celestial mechanics, then we can see we are orbited by a very convenient
companion in a very balanced system of mechanics, perhaps the most balanced we could ever hoped we would find in the cosmos, then we have another
planet close to us that seems that can be inhabited with no signs of life ideal for us to study and colonize, some of our outer planets in ideal
orbits sizes and materials at least enough to protect inner planets (at least earth) from space hazards.
It seems we live in a very interesting neighborhood just by chance and we couldn't help to not look at the stars and not thinking of going out there
and discover why everything looks and feels the way it is. It almost feels like we are in some kind of a celestial mechanics school.
What are the odds of all these random chances happening and evolving in precision and balance relative to us and all found in one place, our very own
It feels very strange.
Our immediate neighborhood feels like it is governed by precise mathematics that we could certainly use to perform research for anything space related
with an astounding precision.
It is mind blowing, and I feel that we can't just let all these wonderful opportunities go to waste and not make our best efforts to go out there and
discover what is really going on.
[edit on 7-10-2009 by spacebot]