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More water on the moon: NASA finds two-mile-deep crater which has ice scattered across a quarter of its surface

 
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More water on the moon: NASA finds two-mile-deep crater which has ice scattered across a quarter of its surface
The finding was at first puzzling. Scientists had thought that if ice were anywhere in a crater, it would be on the floor, where no direct sunlight penetrates.

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Re: More water on the moon: NASA finds two-mile-deep crater which has ice scattered across a quarter of its surface
The finding was at first puzzling. Scientists had thought that if ice were anywhere in a crater, it would be on the floor, where no direct sunlight penetrates.

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]
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Of course. Where do you think the craters came from? It was the same meteor shower that broke the doom around the earth and caused the flood in Noah's time. Oh that's right. The theory of public school evolution does not go over that.
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Re: More water on the moon: NASA finds two-mile-deep crater which has ice scattered across a quarter of its surface
who gives a #$%^?
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Re: More water on the moon: NASA finds two-mile-deep crater which has ice scattered across a quarter of its surface
who gives a #$%^?
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Re: More water on the moon: NASA finds two-mile-deep crater which has ice scattered across a quarter of its surface
What would you like us to do about it?

4500 years ago water ejected from the mid-oceanic ridge bursting earth's vapor barrier which then slammed into the moon leaving craters we see today.
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Re: More water on the moon: NASA finds two-mile-deep crater which has ice scattered across a quarter of its surface
That's some tough stuff, gopher wood.

While the Moon was being bombarded with plasma jets moving at tens of kilometers per second, Ole Noah was bobbing around in the middle of this astronomical-scale bombing run in a wooden boat.

Makes perfect sense to me!

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