reply to post by NewAgeMan
I believe it is something like what scientist projected - naturally occurred. I haven't watch the vid and will not.
I believe the moon was Earth companion during its formation aeons ago. For such precise occurrence to happen I believe it have to do with centrifugal
force. Distance from center appropriated with mass. Works of gravity - thus natural occurrence.
To suddenly put such a celestial bodies in orbit it require immense calculation due to gravitational factor. If moon was created later it might wobble
the Earth, might be Mars orbit affected, might plunge the Earth towards sun etc etc.
If Earth created later than the moon, how do you make it circle the earth ? Let alone the probability it might be destroyed during earth creation. I
agree with you about captured moon, it require something like Jupiter to be able to capture it. Plus moon is moving away from us.
About moon older than earth, I believe they got it wrong, dating the moon according to its dust is kinda stupid. They are dating the meteorite dust
actually. Why would intelligent species create moon/earth when they can just seed any planet they want, the result species will know life comes from
somewhere else anyway, its pointless.
Conclusion: I believe moon once part of earth during formation, just like dumbbells with 1 side bigger than the other. Due to weird dimension and
centrifugal force, it broke and split in to 2 halves yet still close. Few billion years later... they are 2 different celestial bodies and with weaker
gravitational force - moon dead.
To support my argument, moon was closer to earth in pre-dinosaur era. With tides spanning hundreds kilometer into inland every few hours, thus
explains why the blue-green algae rule the earth. How come it so close to earth unless... they are 1 before this, or at least very near each other.
Impact theory - hmm I not really sure, but once I tried mateor calculation, earth was destroyed on direct hit. On near miss, earth might not capture
it at all.
Well, thats my theory anyway
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