Geophysics

   

The Earth Moon Collisions: Presenting Three Collisions in Detail

Authors: R. Winnubst

To verify the likelihood of a new solar system formation hypothesis, research was conducted into a possible low speed, shallow angled collision between an ice-covered Earth and Moon, 4.1 billion years ago. Via a tailored set of indicators, not just one but three collisions were identified beyond a reasonable doubt. All are presented in great photographic and topographic detail in this paper. On the Moon, the three impact areas are: Aitkin basin, a double string of major maria and wider Oceanus Procellarum. On Earth, the respective corresponding impact areas are: The Arctic, the Canadian Shield and equatorial Gondwana (centred at current Antarctica). As a result, many issues in geology can now be explained, from the ‘faint young Sun paradox’ to Hadean geology and continental drift.

Comments: 27 Pages.

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[v1] 2018-05-08 10:02:15
[v2] 2018-05-11 09:52:53
[v3] 2018-07-23 10:05:19

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