b0rscht: No, it doesn't, it reaffirms the leading hypothesis for how the moon formed. Christ on a cracker.
b0rscht: Christ on a cracker.
Plant Rights Activist: b0rscht: Christ on a cracker.3.bp.blogspot.com
Ambivalence: b0rscht: No, it doesn't, it reaffirms the leading hypothesis for how the moon formed. Christ on a cracker.It doesn't form a whole new theory, but it posits that the young Earth was impacted by a body near its own mass, not a significantly smaller body.which is big...I guess.
phlegmmo: Plant Rights Activist: b0rscht: Christ on a cracker.3.bp.blogspot.comPutin on the Ritz.
blacksharpiemarker: Perhaps the moon belonged to another planetary body to begin with?
ZMugg: Does the moon even exist?
Strolpol: Did it turn out to be 1st Impact, after all?[wiki.evageeks.org image 632x480]
CygnusDarius: Strolpol: Did it turn out to be 1st Impact, after all?[wiki.evageeks.org image 632x480]And then there's the third impact.BTW, what if the planetary object that crashed with the planet, is our very Earth, and we displaced that planet?.
CygnusDarius: Strolpol: Did it turn out to be 1st Impact, after all?[wiki.evageeks.org image 632x480]And then there's the third impact.[media.animevice.com image 600x586]BTW, what if the planetary object that crashed with the planet, is our very Earth, and we displaced that planet?.
Quantum Apostrophe: [www.velikovsky.info image 250x351]
yourmomlovestetris: Maybe we're alone in the universe.
yourmomlovestetris: (I seem to also recall some scientists positing that life came about on this planet because of tidal action in small pools holding the early building blocks of life in which the first bacteria were formed.)
fusillade762: Pretty much. If the oceans were just big stagnant pools they wouldn't be very conducive to life.
fusillade762: From the comments:Based on this, it seems like the odds of an Earth-sized planet with a Moon-sized moon would actually be pretty darn rare throughout the galaxy. This lends credence to something I was told by my 9th grade science teacher who told us that, if Aliens really did visit Earth it was surely to watch total lunsolar eclipses which must be incredibly rare because of the fact that the exact size of the moon, and the exact apparent size of the sun all have to line up exactly. Lots of variables there.I think the aliens in this book did exactly that, among other things.[www.worldswithoutend.com image 235x375]
CygnusDarius: And then there's the third impact.
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