Originally posted by endats01
reply to post by All Seeing Eye
Interesting. I would like to see more on this. Do you have any other sources? I have found nothing as yet for this story. I hope to find some
corroboration. Thanks for inputting this to the thread.
I cant really say I believe it is possible for a hollow moon to bring water to this planet, but I can say I'm open minded enough to consider the
possibility. How could it do this, what might the mechanics of it looked like? After all we do have a party admitting to it in some old book, the
bible. even went as far to say he would never do it again. Anyways....
I have been studying the area between South America and Antarctica for a few years now. This area looks as if, well, something was drug through it,
something big. So big in fact it looks as if it reshaped the land mass. What could have done this?
To the right where the land appears to be the last point of contact, is a round indentation. The diameter of this indention is between 300 to 350
miles. Im certain if any geologists would care to examine this area, they would find that the materials in that indentation would match up perfectly
with the materials on the southern tip of South America, and or the Northern tip of Antarctica.
If it were the moon that caused this trail, of course being piloted intelligently, then obviously, the moon would also have some type of disruption on
its surface that would indicate it had been in contact with another object. Well guess what? The Moon has such marks on its surface, at least 5.
The one dead center just happens to be about 310 miles in diameter. If the moon did in fact bring the water to this planet, then it did it while in
contact with the earth. Maybe more than once, and maybe leaving marks on its surface from where ever it picked up the water. I would have to suggest
the large darker rings are contact points.
But I don't know if I believe all of that,and before anyone starts rambling on about this is just pure Lunacy, I agree
edit on 11-3-2013 by All Seeing Eye because: (no reason given)