Bizarre Oddities: Shock Claim, Earth is Made Up of Two Planets Fused Together

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New Research: Earth is Made Up of Two Planets Fused Together

Earth is Made Up of Two Planets Fused Together

21st Century Wire says…

This will completely change our understanding of our origins.

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Previously, scientists proposed that Theia, a planetary embryo, simply side-swiped Earth, blasting the Moon into orbit and then continued off into space.

Now, new research from the University of California at Los Angeles suggests that instead of a side-swiping, a head-on collision occurred between Earth and Theia, which made the planetary embryo a part of our own planet.

Science Alert reports that, ‘if Theia simply side-swiped Earth and produced the Moon, as previously predicted, the Moon would be made up mainly of Theia, and Earth and Moon rocks would have different oxygen isotope ratios. But this wasn’t the case.’

Lead researcher for the project, Edward Young, said:

“We don’t see any difference between Earth’s and the Moon’s oxygen isotopes; they’re indistinguishable,”

“Theia was thoroughly mixed into both the Earth and the moon, and evenly dispersed between them,”

“This explains why we don’t see a different signature of Theia in the Moon versus Earth.”

This explosive research could drastically change our understanding of not only how Earth was formed, but other planets too.

Other scientists believe that have found evidence that could suggest there was once ancient life on Mars, meanwhile closer home it is possible that many advanced civilizations have been entirely lost to history.

Are there forces working behind the scenes to cover-up the true history of our origins?


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