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 Post subject: New research supports Sitchin's theory of moon colision
PostPosted: Wed Apr 24, 2013 1:30 pm 
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The moon did indeed coalesce out of tiny bits of pulverized planet blasted into space by a catastrophic collision 4.5 billion years ago, two new studies suggest.

The new research potentially plugs a big hole in the giant impact theory, long the leading explanation for the moon's formation. Previous versions of the theory held that the moon formed primarily from pieces of a mysterious Mars-size body that slammed into a proto-Earth — but that presented a problem, because scientists know that the moon and Earth are made of the same stuff.

The two studies both explain how Earth and the moon came to be geochemical twins. However, they offer differing versions of the enormous smashup that apparently created Earth's natural satellite, giving scientists plenty to chew on going forward.

http://www.space.com/18106-moon-formati ... mpact.html



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 Post subject: Re: New research supports Sitchin's theory of moon colision
PostPosted: Sun Nov 10, 2013 2:31 am 
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Hmm, my understanding is that the moon existed before one of Nibiru's moons struck Tiamat, aka proto-Earth. They're always revising their theory for how the moon was created and they do seem to be getting closer and closer to the truth.


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 Post subject: Re: New research supports Sitchin's theory of moon colision
PostPosted: Thu Jul 03, 2014 7:34 pm 
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I have read several times over the years that the moon had no core. This can be explained by the fact that the debris from the collision was not very molten and would not be able to allow the heavier elements to settle to the center, creating a core. However, I heard recently that the moon did have a core. :oops: I tend to disbelieve the latter as an assumption by someone who did not really have all the facts. What have you guys read about this?



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 Post subject: Re: New research supports Sitchin's theory of moon colision
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Space research in general is based on theories and assumptions. So Our Moon might have a core. We can only find out, bye researching on site. Not bye making up a theory and then proclaim it gives all the answer. Only direct physical Research can give us answers.



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 Post subject: Re: New research supports Sitchin's theory of moon colision
PostPosted: Tue Jul 08, 2014 11:42 pm 
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Well, if it our parent planet was not molten in addition to what is told in the Enuma Elish, then it is unlikely to have a core. If I am not mistaken, planet cores are a result of molten planets and all the different heavy elements sinking to the center.... the heavier the closer to the center.... so it makes sense but only if the surface debris was not molten at the time of the collision when it splattered.... The fly in the ointment is the moon that was already tagging along????? :?:



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