[meteorite-list] Re: New Research on Moon's origins/Dinosaur Extinction (was Eucrites)

From: colin wade <ceweed_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:44:38 2004
Message-ID: <000501c0aa9f$5d5ef4c0$02000003_at_colinwad>

Local researcher claims to have found the last words of the dinosaurs ( the
tall ones )
deciphered from ancient cave markings

the rough transcript goes something like...............


what's a moon , we haven't got one have we ?

Ask not for whom the moon rolls !

when the moon is low
keep your head down
: , )

----- Original Message -----
From: "E.L. Jones" <jonee_at_epix.net>
Cc: <meteorite-list_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Sent: Sunday, March 11, 2001 12:25 AM
Subject: [meteorite-list] Re: New Research on Moon's origins/Dinosaur
Extinction (was Eucrites)

> Seems a local researcher in Kutzown University in PA has been researching
> from 3.2 billion years ago. Samples of un metamorphosed sand/mud stones
> deep South African Mines have lain undisturbed for these 3.2 billion years
> when laid down, the daily mud over sand accumulations are uniformly
> This shows a very circular lunar orbit and favors Impactor /eject a theory
> versus the capture theory --which would have had a very elliptical orbit
> produced nonuniform bands of sediments.
> Seems that the moon is slowly pulling away from the earth a little bit
each day
> and the tides are getting longer. If you do a reverse calculation one can
> that the moon was much closer to the earth in times past. Theoretically ,
> a few meters around 65 million years ago. This may have been the cause of
> extinction of the dinosaurs... well the tall ones anyway.......<G>
> Elton
> Meteordealer wrote:
> > <SNIP>. It was even thought not long ago that the moon was an
> > Asteroid that was captured by the Earth's gravity.
> >
> > Brad Sampson
> > meteor.dealer_at_gte.net
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