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|Robittybob1||Posted on Today at 2:57 AM|
| Interesting asteroid following the Earth for a few days, sounds like it missed this time, but I like the graphics. Imagine when the Earth and planet Luna were following each other around the Earth orbit as this asteroid did for a few days. It made me feel like it it was so similar to the situation I was describing just a few days ago too. Maybe this asteroid will crash into the Moon one day.
"BREAKING NEWS!! NEO ASTEROID DISCOVERED!! 2013 KB!!"
|Robittybob1||Posted on Today at 1:55 AM|
| North America and Africa covered in oceans - need more proof the Earth was once a water world!
SAHARA - How THE earth WAS made - full doc
|Robittybob1||Posted on Today at 12:26 AM|
| I doubt if it pressure at the mid-ocean ridges pushes the continental plates apart - that is bullcrap.
Expansion of the core of the earth makes more sense to me.
|Robittybob1||Posted on Yesterday at 9:45 PM|
| Pretty interesting video. Showing how it hard to get Earth rocks to solidify.
"National Geographic Colliding Continents"
Some of it is different to my hypotheses so I don't accept all of it, but a lot of really good stuff about dating rocks.
|Robittybob1||Posted on Yesterday at 10:03 AM|
Looking at the first two points. The Moon had its thermal maximum at 4.4 billion years ago and completely dried out The Earth on the other hand has never completely dried out and never went through this frying time, and hence the chemicals essential for life were never completely lost.
Life gained a foothold on Earth but nothing on the Moon.
So we get old rocks on the moon for the whole place melted and resolidified but that same event didn't happen on Earth so as molten rock has welled up from below sometime later, the rocks on Earth are younger.
Just a thought, but I have seen references to scientific studies that could back this up. When I see them again I'll link to them.
|Robittybob1||Posted on Yesterday at 3:58 AM|
So tell me how these bots work please. Why do they just target the Life on Mercury Thread?
I believe they are readers for if the thread ends up on a new page with an interesting post as the first post for the page there are twice as many readers that day as they also check the last posts on the previous page, and I don't think bots would bother to do that!
|Robittybob1||Posted on Yesterday at 1:31 AM|
| So to recap some general discussion and the features of the Yo-yo Moon Capture theory that are yet to be resolved.
1. There has to be enough chemicals on a planet to kick start the life forming process.
2. It ends up that the rocks on the Moon are older than any discovered on the Earth! What did this mean?
3. Can the Yo-yo Moon Capture Theory allow for the Moon to become molten sometime in the past that is sufficient to account for the paucity of water in the Moon rocks?
4. What are the changes to the Moon moments after capture and changes necessary for the Moon to be in the thermal maximum at 4.4 billion years ago?
5. What must be necessary to bring both the Earth and the Moon into a position where they would be tidally locked at 3 billion years ago?
6. What effect in the Solar System would blow the massive primordial oceans off the Earth?
7. Could the eccentricity of the planets Luna and Earth orbits bring them close prior to capture. Aberrations and perturbations in the orbit will allow for a unpredictability in the orbits and would there come a time where the Earth approached Luna virtually head-on or at least such a close pass that Luna was pulsed into the orbital wave that allows it to orbit the Earth?
|Beer w/Straw||Posted on Yesterday at 1:16 AM|
You "hope so".
|Robittybob1||Posted on May 24 2013, 11:57 PM|
I hope so. To me there is a incredible logic to the whole process. Remember we have gone through the whole planet building process with a seamless mechanism.
Seamless up to the point of the Moon capture. Mercury still seems like the best place have life starting.
|AlexG||Posted on May 24 2013, 09:05 PM|
|490 of them are bots|