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Originally posted by ProRipp
I agree with Mr Mask if your trying to raise a serious point then be serious ?
I recently watched John Lears second Loooong interview with project camelot (dont ask why) where he mentioned he had been reading a book that suggested the moon was actually 'towed' into earths orbit eons ago ? Sorry but the authors name eludes me because I thought it too fantastical to believe !
Originally posted by Human_Alien
Originally posted by jpsdasnake
The Moon defines the night and day cicle because of its gravitational influence over the earth's rotation,causing the earth to rotate on a (aprox.)24 hours cycle.and that's what you call a "Day"edit on 14/2/2011 by jpsdasnake because: added hyperlink
I am not alone in this theory but I think in time, science will realize the Moon has NOTHING to do with our gravity.
Earths core is what affects and defines gravity.
Because if you think about it, when the Moon is not above us (for 12 hours per day) how is it still affecting the tides? When the Moon is over Australia why does my ocean ebb and flow?
Like a magnetic and a piece of metal. If you remove the magnet or place it out of the metal's path, the metal WON'T move.
The Moon is very likely an artificial satellite and was place there for an agenda which I will not go into.
Native Indians spoke of Two Moons while others spoke of No Moon.
So, the Moon has not been a constant in Earth's history from what we can tell through written findings.
Originally posted by TedHodgson
reply to post by ALadInsane
"report from china recently that they have found extrordinary things on the moon that america tried to cover up only makes things much more interesting"edit on 14/2/11 by TedHodgson because: spelling
the moons diameter and placement cant happen by nature
the nature the moon behaves in doesn't make sense
therefore the moon wasn't made by 'nature'