Sunday, April 22, 2012
Separation of Moon from Earth with TIME
SUMMARY: (MOON AND SEPARATION RATE) Gravitational Waves impinge upon mass in two MODES: SPATIAL ARRANGEMENT and FRAGMENTATION. Consequently, the Moon has moved away from the Earth at two distinct rates: .2519 NOW and 5.159 km/m.y. EARLY. The fragmentation zone exists at CRITICAL TIMES and SEPARATIONS of mass, for the EARTH-MOON ASSOCIATION: 3.787 and 1.024 b.y., resulting in ejection of earth’s outer crust. This is still in effect, causing breakup of CRUST at 256, 64, 16, 4, and 1 m.y., on to 15,625 years for PUGET SOUND and 3906.25 years ago at Cape Hatteras.