The moon is moving away at a tiny, although measurable distance from the earth every year.
the moon is actually inching forward… not away
away or towards, either way it’s not good for the tides.
The moon is indeed moving AWAY from the Earth at a rate of about two inches a calendar year.. During the dinosaurs age, the moon would have taken a full quarter of the night sky, and as we go along, it will slowly and consequently, gain distance.
SinfulDiety is right, as well as this fact.
I had a crazy idea to fix this problem… blow it up and replace it or hire the A-Team to laso it back into place… I myself am for option 2
robert your dumb
jj YOU’RE dumb, so are you robert.
Scientists always get it wrong….if the moon had been moving towards the earth or away at the rate they have QUOTED, and the age they say the earth is, the we would either not be able to see it by now or the moon would be on your doorstep…
Robert is awesome!! Good thinking my friend
this is your answer, zippy, the moon is about 240,000 miles away, times 5280(foot per mile) times 12(“per foot)=15,206,400,000″(inches) away from us. so no, it would not be too far away from us to see… being that earth is under 5billion years old and if the moon started from the surface of the earth, it could have been moving away from earth at a rate of 3” per year and be where it is right now…
scientist still can’t agree on how the moon was created…
if the moon started on the surface of the earth then it would be attracted towards it but it will not go away
None of you are right, “The moon is in fact move away from the earth at a rate of 1 in. per year” – CIA Factbook
thx to robert, thinking outside the box, dont be stuck by haters and nai-sayers
Good thinking robort, thinking outside the box is what will solve the worlds problem. seen that done before though, in bruce the allmighty, still, if The us military can use starwars as a inspiration of weapons, who says we cant solve the moon problem by doing what they did in a movie…
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