the largest and most fundamental questions my concept and website
raises is the question of the origin of the object which impacts
on the proto-Earth in the first place, beginning its life-cycle
( see: Shield Re-assembly
The giant impact moon theory involves such a collision,
which some have attributed to a planet called Theia which is proposed
to have fallen out of its orbit in the outer solar-system ( see:
Theia ). The recent developments
in evidence of water on the moon shed doubt, however, on an impact
as the process which created it. Other independent thinkers have
developed separate theories, like Lloyd Pye, who proposed that a
planet called Nibiru hit the earth, creating tectonic plates, the
asteriod belt and the moon etc.
But the problem that I find with all of this is something
which I have touched on in the notes on my approach to this website
and theory ( see: About This
Site ). It seems, and with all due respect, that they are quite
'straight' in their thinking.
What I'm getting at can be exemplified by the general
assumption behind these theories - that the impactor must have come
randomly from deep space or elsewhere in the outer solar-system
because there is 'simply nowhere else for it to come from'.
I think there may be somewhere else for it to come