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#16 Xerino

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Posted 03 October 2013 - 22:10

Im still going with the "Hit the Earth" theory, mainly because the moon has been moving further away from the earth since it was created, about 150 feet a year, and if we had snagged it from venus, one would suggest the moon wouldve eventually been pulled in by the earths gravity and hitting it..

 

The moon is just a dead rock, hell I am to understand it doesnt even have a core. its just a big, rock, its only functions are to control the tides, and make women crazy every 28 days...




#17 +Bryan R.

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Posted 03 October 2013 - 22:22

Im still going with the "Hit the Earth" theory, mainly because the moon has been moving further away from the earth since it was created, about 150 feet a year, and if we had snagged it from venus, one would suggest the moon wouldve eventually been pulled in by the earths gravity and hitting it..

 

The moon is just a dead rock, hell I am to understand it doesnt even have a core. its just a big, rock, its only functions are to control the tides, and make women crazy every 28 days...

Exactly what I was thinking. I wonder what those astronomers have to say about that... I would hope they have a reason for still considering this theory in spite of that fact...



#18 benplace

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Posted 10 October 2013 - 17:35

HA HA HA!!!  GIVE ME BACK MY MOON!!!!

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