Sometimes an idea is so distant from our current understanding that it seems fantasy and not fact. Coupled to this a lack of mathematical understanding and the new idea is even more impenetrable. Even so, the new idea or hypothesis can be correct. So, how can we judge if it is correct or not? Let us consider new scientific research and see if the new idea or hypothesis fits.
The new research we can consider is the new hypothesis on the origin of the moon. This research is called the Big Splat of Lunar Origin. Briefly, it proposes that a planetary body the size of Mars struck the earth at a glancing angle resulting in both a massive debris field and the moon. The impactor is called Theia.
Why is this important? Well, we have claimed that we have discovered an orbital path about the earth of either a lost moon or a debris field. We use this path together with plate tectonic movement to date lost civilizations. Well, the test we have to make is to determine how can there have been an orbital debris field or moon in the Earth’s past and what mechanism could have caused it. Or, in other words, is our hypothesis of an orbital path possible? The answer is yes because the impact with Theia supplies the mechanism that resulted in the formation of such a debris field.
Furthermore, the strange orbital path we have hypothesized is consistent with Theia’s impact. We believe that the Earth was struck in the Northern Hemisphere at the latitude and longitude of the Great Lakes.
So, our hypothesis, found independently of any reference to the Big Splat Theory, is not rejected by current scientific research. In fact, it agrees with it, strongly arguing that our work is scientifically sound. If we were incorrect, we would not have this correlation to this lunar impact theory.
The unfathomable aspect of our work exists simply because most people were schooled at a time when this new scientific work had not be done or was not included in their curriculum. This is another support for our work and demonstrates that it is not only possible but new and unique as-well.