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Unexplained Moon: Moon Mysteries Investigated

Tuesday, February 21, 2017 6:04
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Take a fresh look at the Moon!

The Moon is our planet’s closest neighbor. It’s responsible for our tides, seasons, the stabilization of our axis, and the length of our days and nights. Without it, most life forms on Earth would likely not exist. But how much do we really know about Earth’s moon? The moon has had astronomers scratching their heads for decades, centuries and in some cases even thousands of years. Take a fresh look at the Moon. From its scientific strangeness to the many ways it affects our lives, the Moon is a mystery that is definitely worth a closer look. Does the Moon hold important information that has been lost, forgotten, ignored or hidden, and needs to be retrieved? In this episode we will be speaking to John Shaughnessy about his new book There is something about the moon. He will take a journey back in time to our furthest almost – forgotten history. John will delve into concepts such as the intelligent design inherent in the moon.



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