This is kind of a pet topic for me, as it ties in several other bits of information and provides possible answers to some very interesting questions.
Most likely this will get shot down by the debunkers as unlikely or way out there, but your observations are dead on from what I have been able to
Originally posted by thegoodearth
The interior actually echoes when it is hit, and "gongs" like a bell?
I have heard that this is a fact that there hasn't been a decent explanation for this anomaly so far. A good argument for some space inside of the
Originally posted by stirling
The moon is older than planet earth is it not?
Also i believe that the moon is composed of different material than earth (BY %agers)
As I was growing up, I also heard these particular facts. Shortly after the first few moon missions it was widely stated that the moon was comprised
of different materials of which some did not appear on earth at all. Could have been sensationalistic crap, but might just have been the reporting of
facts at the time.
Now, further to the suggestion in the OP that the moon may have been dragged or moved through the cosmos at some point, Consider for a moment it is
the perfect vehicle in which to seed a planet.
A good republished artical on the moon and it's uniqueness.
I think there is a lot of good indications that humans were seeded here as a terra forming operation or as an experiment. We are one of the few
species on this planet that simply cannot live without changing the environment. We have no natural defenses, no natural habitat yet we exist as a
plague on this planet. The argument I hear from the evolutionists is that we grew a large brain which has allowed us to survive. To a point, I agree
that we are an intelligent species, but the majority of the species is less than the sharpest and this would actually be against what evolution is
supposed to so. (Breed the best, the strongest etc.)
If something of high intelligence were to try a grand experiment on this planet and seed it with people of all races, maybe to see how it would pan
out, the moon further becomes an excellent observation platform after we have been dropped off. Some indication of this possibility comes from the
speculation that some alien species look just like us.
57 species of aliens
I have no doubt that our large brain has helped us survive on this planet, change it so that we can exist and thrive, but we would have had to have
had this large brain to begin with, or some natural defense would have evolved with us, if we did in fact evolve here. It takes us humans generations
to change even a little bit, here on a planet that is filled with predators.
A short word on tidal locking. I am not an expert on the subject, but it seems to me that if the moon were in a natural tidal lock then there would be
a balance. We know the moon is moving away from us at a small but continuous rate. If the tidal lock were completely natural it would make sense that
the forces keeping it locked should also maintain the distance from the planet as static, seeing as gravity plays a large part in the lock.
There is a lot more information out there that lends even more food for thought. Imagine what might go through a persons mind if we were to find that
the moon was indeed hollow and that there were technologies within it to move it, or to help keep a large group of people alive. I wonder if that kind
of information would make us stop killing each other for a buck, stop raping the resources of this planet and start really reaching for the stars.