Wednesday, January 28, 2009
Good ol' Jimmy boy, again:
"Theory--most all that speak here seem to agree that our moon was caused by a chunk of space debris that impacted earth. So tell us, why is the moons body in a spherical shape? Why is it that the earth and moon could not have been formed at the same time and in the same way? Common sense dictates that all the bodies in space are just differing amounts of the same debris. Why is it that there are moons orbiting planets and stars all through-out our universe and they all seem sphryical and yet, I can't recall one moon looking like it is just a chunk of rock that has been blaster away from the planet it orbits? Has any scientist observed a piece of a planet being blown-out by a collision and seen the chunk become a moon--with its spherical shape intact?"