When a child is taught what is thought to be the answers, the child does not learn. To learn is to think.
I would like to begin by explaining a scenario I want people to imagine which is about a child and an adult. What the child can learn from an adult
but as important, what an adult can learn from a child. The adult wants to ask the child a question. Where did the planets come from? The adult goes
about doing this by creating a model of the planets by using balls of different sizes placed as the planets would be out on the garden. The adult and
the child put a lot of work into the project creating the surfaces with colors and in some cases the textures of the planets and of course most of the
work was creating the model of Earth with life.
The adult then sits there in the garden relaxing with the child with a nice cool drink and proceeds when the time is right to ask the question.
The adult asks the child, "where did the people come from?" The child looks at Earth and then looks at the rest of the planets. The child thinks the
adult knows the answer. The child turns to the adult to say "I don't know" or the child will fish for the answer from the adult by guessing. The child
is not learning. The child did not think about the question or the answer.
What the adult should have said is not quite the same but allows the child to think for him or herself.
Now let's start again with what the adult should have said.
The adult asks the child, "where did the people come from?" and then "I don't know the answer".
The child looks at Earth and then looks at the rest of the planets. The child thinks about it and is now learning. The child turns to the adult to say
"I don't know".
If the adult was paying attention to the child which is what the adult should be doing after asking the question, the adult could have noticed the
child answered the question without saying a word.
Now with the child in complete control of what the child thinks the answer might be, the adult asks another question. The child wants to answer the
question now and the question is "where did the planets come from?" with "I don't know the answer".
The child looks at the planets carefully studying the sizes and surfaces and looks at Earth. The child compares Earth with the rest of the planets and
comes to the conclusion that there is no life on the planets which could of course been pointed out by the adult. The child smiles, turns to the adult
to say "The planets came from the people".
I hope you enjoyed the introduction to this thread and to begin the next segment, the question is, how is a moon created?
I am sure all of you have at some stage of your childhood played with clay. Imagine you have a ball of clay in your hands, rolling the clay into a
sphere as you have done as a child. When you put your fingers through your hair and hair falls to the ground, you have created matter. When you wash
your body in the shower or bath, you have created matter. Think about your daily actions and all the ways you create matter. Take a tiny piece of clay
and add it to the sphere you are creating for each way you created matter. That is how the planets came from the people. When the sphere you are
creating has reached the size of a tennis ball, take a small marble and push the marble into the center of the sphere. Now you have the core inside
the sphere which you continue to roll while adding new matter. Pushing the marble into the sphere is not part of the process but easier to create that
way with clay. As you add more matter to the sphere you are creating more pressure on the marble and the marble begins to move off center with the
rotation which continues as you continue to add matter. It will take some time but eventually the marble makes its way to the surface. The marble in
the sense of it not being a moon yet but still the core, is like a miniature Sun. Then it cools. I have not tried the experiment but I do know it
works because the moon is proof. The moon was much smaller when it was created billions of years ago. As it cooled, it grew. Those are not impact
craters on the moon, they are burst bubbles created by the cooling.
I want you to look at the picture I posted again now while I explain the planets. What you are wondering now is, how did the people move from planet
to planet? The answer is, the people did not move from planet to planet because the planets did not exist. The people moved to the moon. Many
As you can see the planets are paired in sizes with the smallest being Mercury and Pluto. The two largest planets in the middle are where people have
lived for the most amount of time.
When the Sun was created, it was much smaller. The sun grew larger and hotter and when the Sun was about the size of Mercury, it created a moon which
became Mercury. People lived on mercury for billions of years and as the Sun grew larger and hotter, so did Mercury. Mercury then created the moon
which is now Venus. As you can see, people lived on Venus billions of years more having moved away from the Sun. Earth was not created by Venus
because the people kept moving away from the Sun which was getting larger and hotter. This is where the sequence changes because Earth was created by
people moving closer to the Sun which began at Pluto when the Sun reached its prime and began cooling. People did not live as long on Pluto which is
why it is so small. Similar to Mercury but the opposite. Earth was a moon created by Mars. I know there is a doomsday vault and it is not on Earth.
Which leads to the question, where was the moon born on Earth?
It gives more meaning to the "ring of fire".
With all that in mind, when the new moon which begins as a new Sun is created, the moon that is already there returns home because the core is no
longer holding it back. This happens gradually. It may take many years to return to Earth. There is no collision. The moon is cushioned by the
atmosphere and does not collide with Earth. It rests very close and waits for the people to arrive which creates gravity and a new atmosphere.
The question I find now is, how do the people get on the moon?
That answer is simple.
The moon is going to be the tenth planet.
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edit on 12/11/12 by Hefficide because: MOD EDIT: Fixed all caps