posted on Apr, 10 2013 @ 01:56 AM
reply to post by Barcs
"If we could take all the water which is locked up in the moon's interior, it would make a one-meter-deep [one-yard-deep] ocean covering its
entire surface," said lead study author Francis McCubbin, a geologist with the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington D.C.
Its quite interesting that the moon has such a
volume of water, don't you agree?
I understand science does not consider folklore or fables, or myths, when it comes to scientific conclusions. Now, I for one, do not dispel any
source for information. I only try to consider the source, the mentality of the source, and the society from which it comes from. And, how the
information relates to other sources who are saying the same thing. I do consider science that is based in logic and proven to be correct. I also
consider the possibility that there are forces, powers, that maintain a iron grip on the disclosure of scientific fact, that has been proven, that
would change the world, for the better.
I do not believe "Comets" alone, brought water to our planet. The moon, now proven to contain vast amounts of water, must now be suspect, in
playing a part, in the great flood.
It may also be no coincidence that before the flood, there was no moon.
As it turns out, a lot of myths, legends, and tales say that there used to be no Moon in the sky. The Moon appeared after the Great Flood. This
was noticed by the people who lived in the south of Greece, as well as by African tribes and others. However, there were a lot of ebb and flow traces
found in many ancient cities. As is well known, it's is the Moon that causes ebbs and flows. This does not coincide with the no-Moon theory before
the Flood. However, if there was no Moon, then maybe there was another celestial body to fulfil its functions? Other sources say that there used to be
two or even several moons shining in the sky. It is not ruled out that those other Earth satellites were “in charge” of ebbs and flows.
Many myths and legends say that the Moon rose in the sky after the after-Flood darkness cleared up. Did the Moon cause the Flood?
This in no way is proof that the moon was used to transport vast amounts of water to earth to cause the great flood, its all just hearsay. But what
does the moon itself say about this? Ever notice the large dark circles on the moon? They look like really big wet spots, don't they.
Science can not nor will consider the moon as a instrument in the great flood, until they can harness and apply anti gravity to something as large as
the moon. Nor can they accept a ancient culture to be more technologically advanced than we are today.
Maybe it should be mandatory for all scientists to study ancient history before they are allowed to participate in "Peer Review".