MID I am not the one who made this stuff up. I was merely directing people to it. While others here have praised your intelligence, I find you a bit condescending. Also there have been many scientists who state the placement of the moon, in a natural development, in its current orbit, is a scientific impossibility. YOU need to read up more on this before you discredit it. And how do you explain the rock and soil from the moon tests older than earth rocks and soil? Human error? I will try and supply more information for you to read and discredit.
Also the moon does not revolve like the earth does, so one side always faces the earth, or did you even know that as well??
Based on other responses posted by some of our astute members, I believe your points have been adequately addressed.
I know you were directing people to "this stuff", and that you didn't make it up. I was addressing what you were directing people to. Not you; it. You mistake direct and to the point comments as being condescending. I am merely telling you what's up with that place and that it is a repository of bad "information" (sometimes, we get a bit tired addressing the same-old-same-old...forgive me if I was too blunt and direct about it).
Now, to tell me that I need to read up on this before I discredit it, and ask me a question regarding the moons rotation in the fashion you did, is in fact a little condescending, and a bit silly...as if I hadn't learned about the moons rotation long before I started learning about spaceflight, and all that associated stuff...which was decades and decades ago...
By the way, what does the fact that the moon rotates and revolves around the earth in a fashion that always presents one face toward the earth have to do with anything anyway?