Capture Theory of the Moon
Universal Laws of Gravity & Repulsion
Many theories have been presented to the field of astrophysics as to origin of the Moon. Was it formed as an outer band gaseous matter that coalesce around Earth? Did it break away from Earth itself as a lop sided bulge at first as the Earth rotated at a greater rate than today? Did an object hit the Earth and an the ejected piece of Earth and the resultant cooled and gelled to became the spherical Moon seen today? Finally was the Moon captured on a close approach of Earth? There is an element of truth in the latter 2 theories, but we will clarify what did occur.
Locked in controversy is the “Capture Theory.“ It is this theory, we shall examine, because certain aspects of mankind's theory are true. Consensus states that the Moon’s original orbit or drift through the solar system brought it close enough to the Earth’s gravitational field to be “captured“. In a close examination of this theory, there are several factors, which need to be considered, starting with the angle of orbital approach. The encounter would have to have low angle of inclination or almost a parallel orbit and approached from the rear. The factor of time and sufficient gravitational attraction must be within these narrow or chance band of parameters, which allows a new gravitational relationship to develop between the Moon and the orbiting Earth. This could not exist, do not small asteroids by pass the Earth? Other factors such as Mass and the velocity of the distance of the passage during flyby are overlooked. If considered, this would leave little room for chance.
Under today’s laws of Gravity, the Moon would have had collided with the Earth during a tight centerline approach. Alternately, in a wide angle approach, the Moon would break free of the Earth’s gravitational field and continue moving through the solar system due to its sling orbit until its next encounter. The chance occurrence that the Earth captured the Moon in this latter scenario is has little chance due to the repulsion force nudging both objects away from each other on approach.
If the current views of the capture theory are inaccurate, then what did happen? Mankind’s theory, “The Capture Theory of the Moon” is correct that the Moon was captured and rotates about the Earth in orbit, but is far from correct on how this event was achieved. Nevertheless this occurrence can be explained under the new laws of gravity and the repulsion force and the Earth's liquid core.
Many Millennia ago within this solar system, the path of the Moon did come into direct contact of what is to become the present Earth. This was a chance encounter, but one that was destined. Our solar system was vastly different, as there were many planets residing in what is now the asteroid belt, composed mostly of water worlds populated with the basic building blocks and the more advanced forms of prehistoric life. Our Sun constantly using the fusion process to create light, heat and maintain the solar wind, lost mass over time. Into the equation of somewhat stable planetary orbits enters a rogue element, which disturbed the inner planets as it periodically passed through our system. Its distance of passage through the ecliptic plane and the center of the solar system was determined by the varying mass of the Sun at the time of transit. The primary force dictating the distance is the repulsion force of the passing object generates in opposition to the Sun, the 12th, which is a constant as its mass does not change significantly to affect motion and the Sun. Timing and orbit distance through the ecliptic plane varies as function of the repulsion force tied to the mass of the Sun, a variable decreasing over time as a function of fusion and available stellar mass with the active compression where change is allowed to happen. The object, the 12th planet is explained in detail as to the orbit, the gravitational sources affecting its orbit and the processes affecting its orbital path. The primary concern occurs only as this object pieces the orbital or ecliptic plane at acute angle. In a more detailed description, our planetary system and its accompanying moons, do not follow mankind's definition of orbital dynamics and motion, but is based on particle movement.
As the Sun's mass decreased, the orbit of the 12th planet when passing through our solar system, at the point of intersecting the orbital plane, orbital distance of the proto Earth coincided over many passages. As with any variable orbital position along the its path, when passage is obstructed through the system, collisions may occur. With a number of planets residing in what is now the asteroid belt, the variance in the swing or wafting side to side on the trailing moons had little room for error. On a chance occurrence, one of the coiled strings of trailing moons gravitationally attached to this traveling planet came within close proximity of the proto-Earth planet and natural gravitational attraction took over. Our Moon was the trailing object of many caught in the gravitational coiled string like wafting moons captured in the wake of this moving planet. Its temporary position on the fringes of the gravitational field made it susceptible to outside gravitational field of the proto Earth. This planet's gravitational field was strong enough to rip free the Moon from the grips of the 12th planet as it was captured in a gravitational neutral zone when the proto Earth had an advantage due to a swing of position. Once free, The proto Earth’s gravity altered its orbital movement through space inward towards it, but an assist was given.
The problem, the proto Earth had many sentient civilizations on and beneath its surface. The Sun for eons as a larger mass provided greater heat and light to the planets residing in an expanded version of what is now a debris field or the asteroid belt. Being of similar mass the proto Earth and 12th, the poles did not shift so the population was well aware of the impending doom once its moon broke free and had a dead on approach. All had only days to make peace with each other as their transformation, had no survivors. As a 3rd density world, they did not have the technology to relocate.
For those who would like to examine a more detailed explanation, lets examine specifics of how the Moon was put into a position that lead to a collision with the proto Earth. The 12th planet after a long journey from the dither point of this bi-stellar system approaches rapidly as it nears the Sun, slows quickly due the repulsion force after closing to the distance of Saturn and dithers about the center line of the ecliptic plane due particle movement and magnetic forces on its poles related to the Sun before ejecting out of our solar system. Every passage follows this same basic plan.
The origin of the Moon happened due to its position among all the trailing moons of the 12th, which varied about 3 primary orbital tubes (the orbital tube is a descriptive final format that the orbital patterns of the component moons would trace out if mapped in a 3 dimensional format due to particle movement when following the primary gravitational source of the 12th within our inner solar system). All dependent upon their positions when they were tugged out of the original circular orbits near the dither point between the gravitational stellar anchors of this system as a result of motion towards one source. This gravitational attraction towards our inner solar system and on the counter the other dark gravitational source rearranges an orbital pattern which is circular into a new format of a wafting series of coiled tubes snakelike undulating and shifting while trailing behind the moving planet. This is a balance of particle movement and its basic circular coiled path and the random motion of the strings as a part of the velocity of the 12th repulsion and outside gravitational containment fields due to position of the Sun, planets within the inner solar system and Jupiter.
Basic Planetary Dynamics and Motion of a Gravitational Force holding trailing Moon System
Now some have a question or two? Are not the planets in our solar system moving about a concentric orbital path established as the solar system coalesced, yet the many moons related to the 12th planet while in motion seem to waft in a snake like coiled pattern. Why do they not maintain their circular orbits? They do, however only while maintaining a somewhat static position at the dither point between the 2 stellar masses of this binary system, is this true. Here equilibrium is established about a central gravitational source, the 12th planet as the attractive forces between both gravitational stellar sources nears cancellation. This rule stays in place until a gravitational subatomic particle flow shifts towards one source or another. Once established, flow at the edge of the gravitational neutral zone builds. Here, the complex changes from a static drift to an accelerating directional velocity, and a new set of rules come into place. The total complex when accelerating occurs only when the balance of the repulsion force changes to a diminishing factor, thus favors a direction of movement to the now dominant gravitational source.
Examining the repulsion force, which decreases at an exponential rate related to the 3 dimensional spatial volume of the neutral charged based within the core of the dominant mass due to diffusion as a function of distance and density. As the planet and its moons accelerate as a collective group, gravity a weak force is slow to transfer any forward motion, but still greater than the repulsion force. This creates a weakening against a stable incoming gravitational particle field stretches and creates a temporary imbalance of force. There comes a point where the repulsion force that once helped expansion of the distance between the 12th planet and its moons, stabilizes then reverses as gravity emanating from the planet dominates. Thus, accelerating the objects back towards the 12th, but again the repulsion force counters as the distance closes and this equilibrium sets a new distance for the closest moon in the coiled strings.
Coiled strings occur because the moons do not line up, but shift to the weak side away from the preceding moons closing the distance. If this motion was extrapolated it would spiral outward forming a coil. Allowing the individual forces affecting the planetary moon system to seek equilibrium when encounter the same overall forces decreasing as one moves away from the 12th, but on a local level the differences are played out maintaining orbital rotation of the separate moons based on particle movement. With the 12th planet and its retrograde motion against normal planetary rotation motion in our solar system, it is the gravitational attraction which holds or drags the moons and the repulsion from the Sun that enhances the complex of planet and moons to compress the distance between each other as tight coiled string within the inner solar system fans and the moons when observed at a distance fan out like wings to either side.
When near the Sun the motion of the 12th planet stalls or passes through dependent upon the orbiting planets that blocks it path. If the outer planets are in alignment and Venus trails Earth on the inside, this drags out the passage for years instead of months during the push back of Earth. So why doesn't the standard circular orbital patterns return to the 12th planet like at the dither point? The repulsion force responsible for orbital motion in this system, first elongates out and away the variable number of strings containing moons, which can vary from a basic binary to additional, all are dependent upon the various moon positions when motion to separate into strings initiates. Secondary, the overall blanket repulsion force emitted from the Sun and the returning particle flowing back to both sides of the ecliptic plane intensifying as an exponential function of distance towards the Sun. The moons and their positions vary, curling towards the ecliptic plane, primarily dependent whether above or below it. There is additional push back as the outer group or groups also curl out and away evading the 12th planet's repulsion force with an additional pressing forward from the Sun at their rear from its repulsion force and solar wind. The moons fan out to the rear of movement and curl back towards, but laterally away from the 12th at the trailing ends on both outer groups with additional compression on one side and expansion on the other in the direction of orbital motion in this solar system. If a center group is present it just oscillates between the adjacent outer groups in a spiral motion.
Motion and spiral wafting is tight, as an intense particle movement restricts and compresses motion within the complex of moons. It isn't until 12th is pulled back towards the Sun on its final approach towards Earth due magnetic attraction above the ecliptic position, does the repulsion force build. When the distance of the 12th planet closes with the Sun, the returning particle field of the Sun drives the planet back towards the ecliptic, the closer it is pulled. This forces the attraction to the north pole of the Sun with its 12th south poles to return to a normal side by side alignment, north-south resulting in the potential build up of the repulsion force having no counter to hold it, and like a compressed spring it releases and accelerates the 12th planet out of the solar system at a high velocity. This is the same mechanics of planetary motion and the accompanying trailing moons that initiated the collision with the proto Earth.
Dynamics of the Moon's Capture
When the trailing moons of the 12th planet pierce the intense ecliptic outgoing particle field from the Sun, the complex of trailing coiled strings of moons that were stretched out constantly playing catch up. Switched from a weak at first to a repulsive gravitational outer flow that almost brings planetary motion to a stall inbound to once moving pass the Sun, encounters outgoing stream along the ecliptic and return flow along the outer edges. While in the ecliptic the 12th not only has a stream of solar particles blasting it from the rear, but the repulsion force emitted from the Sun. Thus, the outer strings of moons fan out to the left and right of the 12th just slightly to the rear of the planet to relieve compression.
Our Moon, many hundreds of millions of years ago, trailed on the end of an extreme external string pushed away from 12th planet by the repulsion force of the Sun oscillating about the other strings seeking equilibrium. What was different during this certain passage, is that parameters between the individual strings of moons set into motion a unique event. The accelerating velocity of the 12th due to the repulsion force of the Sun coupled with the combination of the position of the middle and far strings on the extreme side assisted a whip. Lets study this event in more detail.
In this case, we will examine the sequence of events involving the 3 primary strings of moons. On some passages there are more strings, all dependant upon the number of moons and their positions when movement from the dither point of the 12th planet's orbit initiates. Now what occurred with the 3 strings of moons that set into motion events for this to happen? After many random encounters, two of the inner strings moving in a parallel motion sequence drifted towards the Sun after an encounter with the repulsion force of outer string backed up on the outside extreme swing where reversal of direction occurs.
This engagement in the latter half created a series of bounced backs from pressures built up due to compression of the expansion of the swings of the moon strings. This could be explained as the outer string field of expansion, dampen as a result of the containment, the repulsion force on the backside created by the outer planets and the collapsing field due to the incoming parallel streams. As the streams the frequency of encounters escalate on an exponential scale, but what is added is the shift of the inner streams above and below the plane of encounter to relieve pressure. The point of reversal once established as expansion stops with an imbalance in the repulsion force overwhelming forward momentum. The outer string already moving back towards the Sun with its momentum compress the inner two causing both to move towards the Sun while the outer string bounces between a hit off the inward bound set of moon strings, a bounce back, then recoil off the back side, catch up and a hit again. This caused a series of oscillating bounce backs between the inward moving double string of moons and the outer containment that controls the extreme expansion of wafting of the moon strings. There came a point where the outer string was inbound while the 2 inner strings just maximized acceleration away from the Sun on a bounce back from the Sun's repulsion force. The outer string during the engagement initialized an extreme acceleration causing a whip outward down and away from the internal strings. This outer string contained what was to be our Moon. There was enough force to by pass on the underside, the repulsion force of proto Earth on the edge of its gravitational field. While still within the orbital plane this chance encounter moved just to the lower outside of the proto Earth's orbit. This coincided with the 12th planet being drawn towards the Sun's gravitational field due to magnetic attraction. Once pushed down into a magnetic neutral ecliptic plane, the stored repulsion force replaced the magnetic attraction and the 12th was in the process of accelerating out of the solar system. The Moon still gravitationally connected with the 12th planet's system was pull along the escape path.
The problem occurred when the dominant gravitational cores of the 12th planet, the proto Earth, and what is to become our Moon almost lined up. When Moon's path shifted back inward as the gravitational source, the 12th accelerated out of the solar system, as an adjustment for overcompensating creating the extreme swing outward of the string containing the Moon. The result, altered the direction the Moon upward to a collision with the proto Earth (Tiamat), as the repulsion force generated between what is to become the Earth and its newly captured Moon was insufficient to neutralize its increased momentum and velocity from a fast moving 12th planet gravitational assist. The moving gravitational field of the 12th planet altered this path, just slightly to the outside of the proto Earth's on coming orbital path it crossed back to the inside in order to fall behind the 12th to where the Moon hit slightly off center of Tiamat causing the water surface matter and magma to be blasted away from one side. Now called the Earth, the impact basin now the Pacific Ocean and the Pangaea continent popped up on the opposite side due to the depression. Scars created as its cracked fault lines gave rise to the continents and tectonic drift from the many passages that followed.
With Moon tethered to the Earth by magma, the iron nickel core with other heavy elements was disrupted by the impact with some parts ejected at the impact zone and rest through the opposing crack on the opposite side of the globe. The crack fused with some of the ejected core matter and retained its magnetic properties. This formation is still present as a part of Earth's geology presently known as the Mid Atlantic Rift with its magnetic properties. As the core settled and heavy elements coalesce and the forces which attract areas of the core started movement towards a point of attraction and then it overshoots and the attraction begins again, spin within the core is reestablished thus dragging the crust and planetary rotation returns. The rotational motion of the Earth causes a centrifugal force that separated the Moon from the Earth until it settled in its present orbit as a balance of gravity and repulsion between the 2 objects.
Geologically, the early impact allowed a disproportional amount of heavy elements to settle in the crust as it cooled before sinking back into its core. Coupled with tectonic movement and mountain building, elements like gold, uranium and other rare earths are found near the top portion of the Earth's crust.
The Moon as a result of the impact fused and melted vast areas of its surface on contact with the proto Earth held fast inhibiting separation. Dust, magma and some water scattered about the surface of the Moon with a portion of its mass ejected the moon attached to the Earth by a shared magma and mutual gravitational fields.
The repulsion streams moving in a counter rotational path around the Sun to the motion of the ejected Earth-Moon combination eventually slowed the stopped and then reversed direction following the natural orbital rotation of the solar system. This was mainly assisted by the Dark twin which blocked its path as momentum reversed the orbital direction of both. The repulsion force pushed the present form of the Earth and its twin outwards away from Venus where it settled in an occupied orbit as a new addition mass, combined now with the Earth, the established orbit fanned slightly outward. Venus shifted in towards the Sun.
The impact and the capture of our Moon answers many questions related to the solar system and Earth, so lets address some.
The asteroid belt contains objects primarily composed of metals, yet the planetary crusts are vastly different. So what is their source, primordial matter from the Big Bang or space trash from a planetary breakups?
The various planetary objects, which at one time occupied the zone between Jupiter and Mars, which had wider span than today due to the Sun's greater mass of number of residing water and terrestrial planetary bodies. Most of which, now are accounting for the varied geologically different captured moons of the gas planets. Many millions of years ago, the combination of the repulsion force from the Sun and these planetary bodies pushed out the orbit of Jupiter and the cascading affect pushed the outer planets.
The 12th planet, a stable mass, which pierces the ecliptic plane at predetermined distance from the Sun in relation to its relative varying stellar mass at a particular point in time, with some of its trailing moons collided with these smaller planets. The result was planetary fragmentation with surface water being dispersed, then frozen when separated from the heat retention of the once planetary mass. The bigger fragment the created a series of cascading collisions. The asteroids are the remnants of these planetary cores, and the random collisions and the resultant motion are responsible for some portion of the unusual elliptical orbits of these asteroids.
Asteroids are known to have a heavy concentration of iron-nickel, why? The impact shockwave transferred a force directly to the core, ejecting all matter and surface debris with energy transferred in proportion to the mass of the fragment. This resulted in the heavier iron-nickel remaining in the belt while the lighter mass objects related to surface material was ejected into space and quickly captured as impact meteors. Once the proto Earth was hit and moved there was a mass displacement of the primary water planet with in the zone between Mars and Jupiter. Jupiter's orbit now with the associated repulsion force missing from the ejected planet shifted slowly inward forcing part of the asteroid belt in towards the Sun. The process of establishing an stable distance from the Sun involved an overshoot of the equilibrium position and then a repulsion by the Sun reversing direction outwards until gravity reverses the process again. This process permanently affected all asteroids with a compression sinusoidal wave pattern due to the motion of Jupiter until it settled in its present orbit.
When the water planet was hit, what happened to all the water and surface mass within the impact zone after the collision?
A vast amount of surface water as well as surface rock was ejected into space due to initial contact and the resulting blast. The initial wave contained both heated and vaporized water in the absence of gravity lighter water quickly froze and was equally attracted about the coalescing fragmented rock. Propelled with great momentum in various directions. Once velocity stabilized an orbit was established for these objects around the Sun or capture occurred, thus the origin of the comets.
The impact zone shattered one half of what was to be Earth's surface, what features on Earth's was created by this occurrence?
The primary remnant or impact crater is now seen as the Pacific Ocean basin. The depression popped and cracked the crust on the opposing side of the Earth, thus creating the one super continent with cracks in the one super tectonic plate on what was a primary water planet. The Earth was cooled quickly as vaporized water in the impact zone condensed in the upper atmosphere and rained down upon the molten surface. Mountain chains popped where plates were pressed together and the only relief for the build up of pressure was up. Vast valleys and canyons were carved out about the surface as torrential rains fell accelerating the erosion process that washed away a geological dust sediment layer. Over time, the transit of the 12th through the inner solar system passed close enough to initiated magma flow in the primary opposing crack, now the Mid Atlantic Rift. This continuing process is responsible for the continental drift, which spreads the tectonic plates thus presently compressing the Pacific basin.
How were the features of the Moon affected after the impact?
Because the Moon and Earth were temporarily linked by magma and are of different origins, the surface composition Moon shares some common rocks, material and deposited frozen water of Earth. Evidence is still seen on the Moon in the form of lunar maria, smooth areas of basaltic plains that first lost contact with Earth's surface and that of the Moon. Still semi molten after impact, the surface of the Moon re-solidified as semi-featureless seas of rock on the contact side surround by rims of rough and mountainous terrain. All caused by maintained contact with Earth as the Moon ripped away, thus the elevated topography along edges. The metamorphic process of compression and heat present, but process of creation different from molten rock flowing from an active core. A comparison to the back side of the Moon away from the impact zone shows a surface basically still intact with its original features a basic absence of the flat seas.
Where are the
volcanoes responsible for mankind's theory for the creation of the lunar plains
and why is there no activity? More important how can you justify the plains
forming primarily on the side facing Earth with only a few vents? Both sides of the Moon receive the
same amount of sunlight eliminating a thicker crust for one side. If the Moon
rotated, pressure applied to the crust would exploit the weak points at any
position about the Moon's surface, but it does not rotate.
The plains were created recently in geological time as the lack of crater
impacts reveal in the Luna Maria reveal. The vents created only due to
pressurized gases needing to escape, not as a flow point for magma that builds
as a cone and then spreads. Consider, that core has ceased to generate heat and motion, all
of which is needed for volcanism or rotation.
Laser measurements bouncing off the reflectors left on the Moon by the astronauts verify it is receding from the Earth, what is the cause?
The accretion of objects meteorites and dust like micro
version add to the mass of the Earth and Moon. This additional mass in turn
affects the repulsion force between the objects, which increases the distance
between Earth and the Moon as a result.
micro version add to the mass of the Earth and Moon. This additional mass in turn affects the repulsion force between the objects, which increases the distance between Earth and the Moon as a result.
Were the large moons of the outer gas planets always moons?
No, originally all of the large moons were in orbit around the Sun as planetary objects. The distance between the orbits collapsed as the Sun's mass decreased, so when passage occurred piercing the ecliptic plane, these planets were pushed out instead of a mutual repulsion when encountering the large gas planets were they captured as moons.
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