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Re: Another Look at CC's 2nd Moon
« Reply #15 on: April 07, 2011, 09:46:11 am »
I like the connection with the Lilith dark moon theory that Thought added. Harle is, afterall, a potential love interest of Serge. Harle=Lilith?

But Magus22's theory throws a whole new twist on things! Lavos as the moon? Certainly Lavos is large enough, and Azala referred to it as a "red star."

Nah, not large enough really. Our moon is about 1/4 the size of the earth. At the very largest, Lavos is depicted as being about the size of a big city. Now, Lavos as a Comet would work just fine, since gravity would pull something that small right to earth if it got near enough.


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Re: Another Look at CC's 2nd Moon
« Reply #16 on: April 09, 2011, 02:57:18 am »
The problem with this is that the event that created our moon was likely *another planet* hitting into earth. grazing is unfortunately meaningless, since the gravity of both would pull them into each other if they got anywhere near that close. Also, this was ultra early primordial earth. It had oceans. There may have been life even, but we cant ever know.

That event didnt blast rock and earth into the sky, it *turned our planet into a ball of molten death*. That is what the moon spun out of. Everything that was on Pre-Earth was utterly annihilated. It wouldve had to have happend before 65,000,000 BC. For instance, in real life, the event that caused this took place about 4.5 billion years ago. Since the reptite dimension wouldve had the event happen at the same time, a mere 65 Million years in the past, it makes it very unlikely.

Ah, but CT has shown that it is willing to play loose with its "science." Such as having fully developed humans 65 million years ago, having humans coexisting with dinosaurs, etc. Clearly a strict analogy is impossible even for the seeming transposition of the Chicxulub Crater event; should we expect better for other features?


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Re: Another Look at CC's 2nd Moon
« Reply #17 on: December 07, 2013, 11:26:44 am »
Clearly a strict analogy is impossible
Bullshit. Fall of Lavos is like fall of Tunguska's meteoryte. Nuff said.