How the moon was created?
"Was the moon a part of the earth?"
Dear Star Watcher
Looking at the element table where we can see the different elements found on the moon and the earth we can see that there is no big difference in the percentage of the amounts , but some of the element have bigger number and difference than the other ,from this we can make a small conclusion that the moon MAY have been a part of the earth but also it was a part of another planet.
|Elements |Percentage of weight (%wt) |Difference |
| |Moon soil |Earth's crust | ...view middle of the document...
Professor Bolden Thinks that the moon was made at the same time as the earth from the same material. This statement is wrong because as I said before , looking at our table, there is difference in numbers between the elements found on the earth and moon , which suggests us that not only particles of the earth but also particles of another planet are mixed in the moon.
Michael Morris believes that the moon was caught by the earth's gravity this statement is a big theory of how the moon was made but don't forget about the elements because there cannot be a planet that would have so similar elements as the earth . But he is correct and the earth has a big gravity so it could pull to it self another planet, but maybe it was much a stronger pull. Maybe it had such a strong force that created a collision with the earth and the planet ( acting like a meteor) this was one of the prediction of Dr. Clarissa Moody.
In my opinion Dr. Clarissa Moody has the most thoughtful and the most exact theory from all of the theories above. The impact theory suggests that when the Earth was made after the big bang it didn’t have movement, life etc. after it solidified it became just a piece of rock caught in to atmosphere (the milky way) and it stayed there by the...