Who Built the Moon?

Who Built the Moon?

Book - 2005
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Could it be that the Moon has been artificially constructed? An extraordinary question, but one that is argued persuasively with compelling evidence and astonishing conclusions.
Publisher: London : Watkins Pub., 2005
ISBN: 9781842931325
Branch Call Number: QB581 .B88 2005
Characteristics: x, 262 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Knight, Christopher 1950-


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Nov 25, 2016

Read this book, and you will come away with a new sense of wonder and appreciation for our moon. The facts and mysteries that are presented throughout the first 6 chapters are startling and reveal that our moon is far more than just a lovely object in the night sky. Like the sun, the moon has been instrumental in not only creating life on earth, but also in sustaining it. If our moon were to suddenly disappear, for example, the earth’s axis tilt, its weather and spin would be altered in such a way that most life would be destroyed. The book then takes a wildly speculative turn when the authors present three hypotheses as to who or what created the moon. Unfortunately, the authors end by trying to convince us of their third explanation, which I find preposterous and totally unbelievable, somewhat devaluating the facts and mysteries presented in the first half of the book.


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