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    (REAL DUMB QUESTION) I'm curious......

    What would happen if we blew up the moon?

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    Neil Armstrong would cry

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    Quote Originally Posted by LORDBLiTZ
    What would happen if we blew up the moon?
    The end of life on the planet. There was a program on the Discovery Channel called "If we had no moon.", very interesting to watch.


    If we had no moon.

    What would life on earth be like without the moon? Well, chances are, there wouldn't be any life on earth without the moon. Life – if it had started at all – would still be in the earliest stages of evolution.

    Scientists use the latest computer simulations to show how an ancient rogue planet – Orpheus – collided with the earth millions of years ago, producing a sizable chunk of debris that eventually became our moon. If that collision had never occurred, we would live in a very different place. Imagine a moon-less weather report – blizzards over the Sahara, floodwaters swallowing the Pyramids, 90-degree temperatures in Antarctica. As the earth wobbles on its axis – unsecured by the moon's gravitational pull – the polar caps would grow and recede at frightening rates. And without the moon, our planet would spin much faster – meaning four-hour days and searing temperatures.

    Worse yet, evidence reveals that we are in fact losing our grip on our lunar friend thanks to the ebb and flow of the oceans' tides. Experts reveal theories for salvaging the moon – including hijacking Europa from Jupiter – and demonstrate how we can prepare ourselves for our eventual life without it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SV-1
    The end of life on the planet. There was a program on the Discovery Channel called "If we had no moon.", very interesting to watch.


    If we had no moon.

    What would life on earth be like without the moon? Well, chances are, there wouldn't be any life on earth without the moon. Life – if it had started at all – would still be in the earliest stages of evolution.

    Scientists use the latest computer simulations to show how an ancient rogue planet – Orpheus – collided with the earth millions of years ago, producing a sizable chunk of debris that eventually became our moon. If that collision had never occurred, we would live in a very different place. Imagine a moon-less weather report – blizzards over the Sahara, floodwaters swallowing the Pyramids, 90-degree temperatures in Antarctica. As the earth wobbles on its axis – unsecured by the moon's gravitational pull – the polar caps would grow and recede at frightening rates. And without the moon, our planet would spin much faster – meaning four-hour days and searing temperatures.

    Worse yet, evidence reveals that we are in fact losing our grip on our lunar friend thanks to the ebb and flow of the oceans' tides. Experts reveal theories for salvaging the moon – including hijacking Europa from Jupiter – and demonstrate how we can prepare ourselves for our eventual life without it.

    Excellant post.......caught me offguard

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    Quote Originally Posted by SV-1
    The end of life on the planet. There was a program on the Discovery Channel called "If we had no moon.", very interesting to watch.


    If we had no moon.

    What would life on earth be like without the moon? Well, chances are, there wouldn't be any life on earth without the moon. Life – if it had started at all – would still be in the earliest stages of evolution.

    Scientists use the latest computer simulations to show how an ancient rogue planet – Orpheus – collided with the earth millions of years ago, producing a sizable chunk of debris that eventually became our moon. If that collision had never occurred, we would live in a very different place. Imagine a moon-less weather report – blizzards over the Sahara, floodwaters swallowing the Pyramids, 90-degree temperatures in Antarctica. As the earth wobbles on its axis – unsecured by the moon's gravitational pull – the polar caps would grow and recede at frightening rates. And without the moon, our planet would spin much faster – meaning four-hour days and searing temperatures.

    Worse yet, evidence reveals that we are in fact losing our grip on our lunar friend thanks to the ebb and flow of the oceans' tides. Experts reveal theories for salvaging the moon – including hijacking Europa from Jupiter – and demonstrate how we can prepare ourselves for our eventual life without it.

    same theory Zechariah Sitchin had. but great post never knew the other details.

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    What the **** would the cow jump over????

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    And those little creatures would have nothing to sing about!!!

    http://www.rathergood.com/moon_song/

    (Ha!!! Just when you thought you got the dไmm song out of your head I STRIKE!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LORDBLiTZ
    What would happen if we blew up the moon?
    You'd still be ghey!

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    I thought there was no oxygen on the moon so how would it blow up? I thought in order for an explosion to happen oxygen has to be present

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeoQuadzilla
    I thought there was no oxygen on the moon so how would it blow up? I thought in order for an explosion to happen oxygen has to be present

    put 1,000,000 kilotons of nuclear material in the center of the moon and tell me its impossible to blow the f*cker up.

    it would be suicide though, our ecosystem, like Sv-1 so eloquently stated, is dependant on the moon's influence.

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