Moon Rocks Show Evidence
Of Ancient Collision
By James Donahue
A recent science report
says that a study of the lunar rocks brought back by the Apollo space missions nearly half a century ago shows evidence
of a major catastrophic event occurring within our solar system . . . and possibly a collision of planets . . . about
3.9 billion years ago.
The study, published in
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, a journal of the international Meteoritical Society, notes that a surprising number of the
rocks show signs of melting and that something extraordinary appears to have happened at that specific time in the past.
The authors of the report,
Robert Duncan, a professor and John Huard, oceanographer, both at Oregon State University
and Marc Norman of the Australian National
University, believe that both the moon and the Earth were heavily bombarded
by large objects from space at that time.
Most of the large pock
marks still seen on the moon’s surface probably occurred because of that event, the authors suggest. They say that similar
strikes on the Earth and the ancient rocks from whatever it was that struck the planet, have been well concealed because of
plate tectonics and natural erosion occurring on a living, constantly changing planet. Because the moon is dead and has no
atmosphere, the record of meteorite bombardment remains clearly visible on its surface.
The report offers various
theories as to just what the event was that caused the bombardment of meteorites on the moon at that time.
They range from something
striking the asteroid belt on the outer edge of our solar system, and sending a bombardment of these massive rocks streaking
through our solar system and bombarding all of the planets in their path, to a collision of planets.
The report does not suggest
that the Earth was in collision, but rather two other planets in our solar system collided and the effect was a bombardment
of debris from that event striking the moon and Earth over a period of about a million years. After that, the rock study suggests
that the meteorite strikes slowed and almost ended.
The dating of this event
was done at the noble gas geochronology laboratory at Oregon
State. Duncan and Huard used radiometric dating techniques to determine
exactly when the rocks melted after being struck by meteorites.
Duncan noted that another
intriguing bit of information is that the spike in meteorite activity on the moon occurred in a time frame of about 3.8 to
4 billion years ago, at a time that roughly coincides with when scientists believe the first signs of life occurred on Earth,
as evidenced by the fossil record of primitive one-cell bacteria.
This supports Aaron C. Donahue’s
theory that the pre-biotic chemistry necessary to launch living organisms on the planet arrived from whatever it was
that crashed into the planet.
If this is correct, then
we are more alien than even the Luciferian concept would have us believe. It means that even the pre-biotic chemistry that
brought the planet to life arrived from the stars.