Re: CONCULTURE: First thoughts on Ayeri calendar system
|From:||Simon Richard Clarkstone <s.r.clarkstone@...>|
|Date:||Wednesday, November 17, 2004, 23:57|
Erich Kummerfeld wrote:
> Also, the more I think about it, the more sure I am that the main evidence for
> the moon filtering out lots of "potential impactors" as I saw someone call
> them is that the far side of the moon is far, far more cratered than the side
> of the moon that we can observe from Earth (which, if you have looked at it
> through a telescope or seen large pictures of it, is highly pockmarked). If
> that isn't enough to convince you, then we will have to agree to disagree.I thought that that was due to the near side of the Moon having
undergone volcanism _after_ most of the small bodies that would hit it
had hit it, erasing many of the craters, and producing the "seas".
Note: The other ("dark") side of the Moon _does_ get the same amount of
light, but is called "dark" because its surface is made of darker rock.
Simon Richard Clarkstone
firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com