Open Library logo
New Feature: You can now embed Open Library books on your website!   Learn More
Last edited by Bryan Tyson
May 13, 2014 | History

Who Built the Moon? 1 editions

Cover of: Who Built the Moon? | Christopher Knight, Alan Butler
About the Book

Could it be that the moon is artificial? Could it even be hollow? A seeming impossibility for a natural planetary object. Extraordinary claims indeed. But keep an open mind and read the compelling arguments based on scientific evidence and irrefutable logic -- arguments that will completely change the way we think of our world. Why does the moon have little or no heavy metals, and no core? Why do so many specialists suspect that the moon is hollow when that should not be possible? And why did the Apollo lunar teams at NASA report on several occasions that the moon rings like a bell when struck? Why is it that the moon revolves at exactly 100 of the speed that the earth turns on its axis? And why is the moon exactly 400 times smaller than the sun and precisely 400 times closer to the earth? Why do we find a consistent and beautiful sequence of integer numbers when looking at every major aspect of the moon, whereas no pattern emerges for any other planet or moon in the solar system? And why does an ancient system of geometry and measurement used in the Stone Age work perfectly on the moon? If our moon did not exist, nor would we. Experts now agree that higher life only developed on earth because the moon is exactly what it is and where it is! Does the moon really exist through some happy accident of collision in a random game of space skittles, or is in a blueprint apparent -- and if so, who was the architect? The conclusions are astounding! - Back cover.

1 edition First published in 2006

Edition Read Locate Buy
Cover of: Who Built the Moon?
Who Built the Moon?
July 28, 2006, Watkins Publishing
Paperback in English


Download catalog record: RDF / JSON
May 13, 2014 Edited by Bryan Tyson Edited without comment.
May 13, 2014 Edited by Bryan Tyson Added new cover
May 13, 2014 Created by Bryan Tyson Edited without comment.