Now I am taking an Astrobiology course, and a picture of the moon intrigued me.
I had never really ‘noticed’ it before – but why are all the craters on the moon with rare exception – almost perfectly concentric?
To me – with stellar objects hitting from every angle – the odds are enormously against this. Unless there’s something else going on.
Earth’s gravity is 6 times greater than the moon’s gravity – so without atmosphere, if gravity or atmospheric effects were to be taken into account, you’d have similar craters on Earth.
But most meteoric impacts striking the Earth strike at an angle, and with few exceptions such as Meteor Crater in Arizona, do they cause circular craters.
So clearly atmospheric conditions and gravity wouldn’t account for the concentric uniformity of craters on the moon.
Here’s a picture so you can see what I am referring to:
With FEW exceptions, the craters on the moon suggest a direct 90 degree angled impact.
Logically, this just makes no sense.
Unless there’s more to this than meets the eye.
My theory is simple:
That the moon was a prior version of the Earth.
And the impacts/craters we see are ground level craters nuclear in origin. Whether they are strikes, or a ‘global catastrophe’ which happened on a worldwide basis.
I think it’s obvious something.. funky happened.
I’d love to hear your theories…