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Water on the moon: Itís been there all along

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#46    Waspie_Dwarf

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Posted 05 April 2013 - 02:27 PM

bison, I gave you a lot of leeway here, but ultimately you have fallen foul of this rule:

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3j. Thread derailment: Do not derail or 'hijack' threads with posts that are either off-topic or designed to draw attention away from what is being discussed.

This thread was about the discovery of water chemically bonded to rocks, it was not about a possible extraterrestrial origin fore the moon.

If you wish to have a discussion on that subject may I suggest that, rather than hijacking an existing topic, you start a new one in the Extraterrestrial Life & The UFO Phenomenon forum.

As a piece of personal advice may I suggest that if you do want to engage in meaningful discussion with other members that you don't take over five weeks and more than twenty posts before getting to the point.

Thank you.

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