Astronomy News Impact theory re moon formation whacked? Posted on October 14, 2013October 14, 2013 Author NewsComments(4) Spread the lovePow! Likely back soon, different name.
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I’ve heard that according to some astrophysicists, the best explanation regarding the moon, is that it doesn’t exist.
Many species of birds, mammals and fish would not survive if the moon suddenly disappeared. I’m not sure we would survive either. The climate change alone would be catastrophic. Did we all evolve for the moon or was the moon placed at its precise orbit just for us? I choose the latter.
PS. This is better than The Ringworld Engineers, in my opinion. I mean, why engineer just the world? Why not all the lifeforms in it as well? Global scale genetic engineering? It’s a possibility, No?
The moon is the closest planetary body to us.
We can see it with our naked eye and we have even visited it.
So, of all the objects in space, you would think that we should be able to figure out the moon.
But we can’t. Interesting.
So if we can’t figure out our closest neighbor, why would anyone actually think that we can figure out the history of any other body in the universe?
It seems that space is full of surprises – theory defying surprises. The predictions of cosmologists are almost wrong 100% of the time. Sending out our space probes and Hubble, etc have brought us a lot of interesting information, but has there ever been a prediction about the planets and their satellites that has proven true?
The Big Bang can’t explain the moon or our solar system and all it’s anomalies. All they can do is tell just so stories that cannot be tested. Same old same old! Cosmological evolutionary theory is no better off than biological evolutionary theory.