Quote: Originally Posted by MHz
one other point had to do with dust on the moon, if it is evenly scattered why do the protruding rocks not have any on them so they could have left a handbrint as well as footy prints.
According to the late interpreter of the Quran and the Bible: Mohammed-Ali Hassan Al-Hilly, the Apostle of the Christ, I have understood, deduced and convinced about Moon in this way:
: Moon has no or little atmosphere, and this makes it exposed to the falling of meteoritic rocks and cosmic dust
, without burning in the air as it is the case on our Earth, and in spite of this the Earth receives tons of this cosmic dust every day in addition to the many rocks that fall on it.
: Moon generally speaking is cold: it has a cold core, which led to the loss of its gravity, and Moon in its night that lasts about 14 1/2 of our days will lead to the coldness of its surface during this night which will make it vulnerable to the falling of a large number of comets ... which led to the large number of craters on Moon.
: Its long day of about 14 1/2 of our days without having air or wind .. this will cause the heating of its surface and the dismantling of its mountain rocks: rocks of mountains have its principal constituent the CaCO3 and by the direst sun heat .. CO2 will result + CaO which is a fine powder
.. this will slip from the slopes of the mountains of Moon and from its rocks with any bit of quaking or shaking.
In particular see this Quran aya 73: 14, which means:
(And on the day when the earth and the mountains shall quake, and beforehand the mountains become a heaping mass of sand.
It means: like sand-hills in which the sand easily sweeps away of their sides with the least movement, and the wind carries it away to the low lands.
Of course the aya speaks about the earth on Doomsday, and the mountains will be a sand hill heaping to the slopes .. this will be before Doomsday and after the Earth will stop its axial rotation. But may be applicable to Moon also.
I mean the changes on Moon may have become this way.
: the falling of a large number of comets on Moon specially during its night time when it will be very cold .. these comets when fall on mountains will smash the rocks of mountains, leading to the large amounts of sand.
I add in addition, that the effect of direct sun heat during the day of Moon which lasts for about 14 1/2 of our days, such heat (and particularly without air or wind) will lead to the dismantling of rocks so that it will be fluffy like wool .. this may be a terminal outcome on Moon rocks as will it be on Earth rocks of mountains due to the loss of the essential substance CaCO3 which causes the solidity of rocks.
Last edited by selfsame; Apr 9th, 2016 at 04:20 PM..