The Moon..Who put it there

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Deano
http://www.redicecreations.com/ul_img/939moonsmall.jpg



Hollow moon theory originated during seismological tests on the moon following the Lunar landings. This occured most notably in November 1969 after seismometers were set up on the moons surface by the astronauts of Apollo XII.

When the Lunar module had taken off, heading back to earth the astronauts discarded the ascent stage of the lunar module, dropping it on the moons surface, smashing the craft and creating a tremor that was picked up by the seismometers and when the NASA scientists heard the data stream, they couldn’t believe what they were hearing.

The moon was ringing like a bell and continued to do so for around an hour. After they had had a chance to analyse the seismological information, NASA declared that the moon seemed to be a hollow sphere with a metallic layer around 34-40 metres deep.

http://www.redicecreations.com/specialreports/2006/02feb/themoon.html

In a past article (April 17th 2004 - "Our Solar System Is No Accident" ) I stated that the Moon must have an artificial origin, since no natural explanation has proven viable for it's existence. Let us explore what science might be available to further this concept. There is a very large body of evidence that clearly shows something strange is connected with this orbiting body. Yet none of this data has ever been publicly explored or discussed in documentaries.

We will begin with the known statistics of our satellite:

Though not listed above, the Moon is also suspected to have multiple magnetic fields. This theory was the result of researching satellite probe data. It is important to keep this in mind for later discussion. (The exact origin of the Earth's magnetic field is has not been established.)

For readers who may not be aware, the Moon provides important timing functions for tides to control Earth processes. Without tides, it is believed that the world's oceans would have almost no life, drastically affecting the food chain for our planet. Science already knows that tides control the behavior and life cycles of shore and sea-based creatures. These include various species of fish, sea turtles, penguins and many more that use tide cycles for planting eggs. Mechanically, the Moon also acts like a huge flywheel stabilizing the Earth's rotation. Recently the wobble in the Earth's rotation has abruptly ceased with no explanation from the science community as of this writing. Could the Moon have caused this to happen?

Captain REX
You've got to be kidding me...

JaehSkywalker
heard and read about it....

not convinced.

J-Beowulf
Interesting

and pretty much BS.

Badabing
Here are some other theories.
http://csep10.phys.utk.edu/astr161/lect/moon/moon_formation.html

Bicnarok
Its like many things, like the gas content of the air, the distance of the sun, the angle of the earth, the carbon content of the oceans etc etc...

It is all well balanced to perfection otherwise we wouldn´t be here, its this old argument again...

1. It was all created and put there on purpose (by god?) so that everything would work like clockwork.

2. The fact that everthing works like clockworks means the accidental placement of all these things actually happened, the chance of it happening being phenomenaly high, but the universe is phenomenaly big so the chances add up.

lord xyz
Considering how big the universe is, yeah, it is a coincidence.

J-Beowulf
Originally posted by Bicnarok
Its like many things, like the gas content of the air, the distance of the sun, the angle of the earth, the carbon content of the oceans etc etc...

It is all well balanced to perfection otherwise we wouldn´t be here, its this old argument again...

1. It was all created and put there on purpose (by god?) so that everything would work like clockwork.

2. The fact that everthing works like clockworks means the accidental placement of all these things actually happened, the chance of it happening being phenomenaly high, but the universe is phenomenaly big so the chances add up.

Exactly. With a universe so huge, statistics start to mean less and less; the universe is almost unlimitedly huge, and therefore even a very small chance of something happening is actually quite a large chance.

Evil Dead
there are over 90 moons in our solar system.........wouldn't the answer to this question be the same as the answer to the same question asked about all the others?

Bicnarok
Originally posted by J-Beowulf
Exactly. With a universe so huge, statistics start to mean less and less; the universe is almost unlimitedly huge, and therefore even a very small chance of something happening is actually quite a large chance.

Which would also unfortunatly mean the chances are so extreme there is only ONE world with lifesmile Such maths are of course beyond our capacity so who knows.

Originally posted by Evil Dead
there are over 90 moons in our solar system.........wouldn't the answer to this question be the same as the answer to the same question asked about all the others?

Wow that is one confusing sentance Happy Dance

J-Beowulf
Originally posted by Bicnarok
Which would also unfortunatly mean the chances are so extreme there is only ONE world with lifesmile Such maths are of course beyond our capacity so who knows.



It could be true, but the universe is an absolutely huge place. I'd actually say the chances that we are alone are lower than the chances that there is other life.

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