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no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?

 
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no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
The oldest known object that depicts the moon (and the sun, some constellations and local landmarks) is the 'sky disk' of Nebra which is about 4000 years old.

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how long has it been here?
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07/30/2023 07:50 PM
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
4,000 years eh? Aligns with the creationist angle.
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
4,000 years eh? Aligns with the creationist angle.
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We are at 6000 years thereabout.
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07/30/2023 08:02 PM
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
7 means looking back and feeling a bit better ?
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07/30/2023 08:20 PM
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
We have not found all the records that were made and are still around. The vast majority of records dont survive to be found in the first place.
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
32,000 B.C.

Based on a petroglyph that shows the cyclic behavior of the moon was known to the Aurignacian Culture of Europe over 34,000 years ago, they clearly spent some time looking up, as one is bound to do when not tied tooth and nail to a monitor screen.

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What would happen to the seasons if the Moon disappeared

Lastly and probably the most worrying, the Earth’s seasons could change substantially should the Moon disappear. We experience seasons on the Earth – spring, summer, autumn and winter - because the Earth is tilted. Relative to the plane we orbit the Sun, Earth’s tilt is about 23.5 degrees. It is the pull of the Moon’s gravity on the Earth that holds our planet in place. Without the Moon stabilising our tilt, it is possible that the Earth’s tilt could vary wildly. It would move from no tilt (which means no seasons) to a large tilt (which means extreme weather and even ice ages).


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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
Different timelines
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
True
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
chinese were brought here on the moon. TIMELINE MATCHES.
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07/30/2023 08:36 PM
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
32,000 B.C.

Based on a petroglyph that shows the cyclic behavior of the moon was known to the Aurignacian Culture of Europe over 34,000 years ago, they clearly spent some time looking up, as one is bound to do when not tied tooth and nail to a monitor screen.

[link to qph.cf2.quoracdn.net (secure)]
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Wow. I would literally have to shield OP from the rocks and bottles as he makes a mad dash to the exit after this epic embarrassment.

Just unplug your computer, OP. It's the only way you will be safe for the next few weeks.
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07/30/2023 08:41 PM
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
It will be replaced with a dwarf star in about 10 years or so (grand sign)
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
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"Tidal rhythmites are unequivocal evidence of marine conditions in sedimentary basins and can preserve a record of astronomically induced tidal periods."

"We have shown that analysis of ancient tidal rhythmite may help us to estimate the palaeolunar orbital periods in terms of lunar days/month accurately."
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
English have only recently been able to see it.
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07/31/2023 12:47 AM
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
What would happen to the seasons if the Moon disappeared

Lastly and probably the most worrying, the Earth’s seasons could change substantially should the Moon disappear. We experience seasons on the Earth – spring, summer, autumn and winter - because the Earth is tilted. Relative to the plane we orbit the Sun, Earth’s tilt is about 23.5 degrees. It is the pull of the Moon’s gravity on the Earth that holds our planet in place. Without the Moon stabilising our tilt, it is possible that the Earth’s tilt could vary wildly. It would move from no tilt (which means no seasons) to a large tilt (which means extreme weather and even ice ages).


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 Quoting: Nodding Donkey


Oh yeah,the moon effects tides of oceans with gravity,but not lakes?...stop peddling that "J" nonsense.
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
The oldest known object that depicts the moon (and the sun, some constellations and local landmarks) is the 'sky disk' of Nebra which is about 4000 years old.

[link to www.quora.com (secure)]

how long has it been here?
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they need to audit the vatican archives underneath PERIOD 2 million years of past civilizations knowledge in a 15 sq mile undergroung library? i promise you all that shit down there aint from 2000 years. they know EXACTLY what is going on
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
There is no real way of knowing, as history is only what they allow people to know it is.

The j have so much control over west and policy, that they could tell the masses total lies, and they will believe them, and the j are masters at lying to the public.
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Re: no record of the moon until 4000 years ago!?
history is only what they allow people to know
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...that seems to match my observings...

there is a village about 8km away, someone seems to have deleted, that there was known seddling from over 10.000y (by now) ago...

Europe seems to have had much of history...

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