Peter Brannen, the award-winning science journalist, says we should not be surprised if there are dinosaur remains on the moon.
As science claims, around 66 million years ago, a giant asteroid struck the Earth, killing everything on the planet, including the dinosaurs.
According to scientists, the asteroid was bigger than Mount Everest. They say it hit the Earth so hard that it ripped a “hole of outer space vacuum in the atmosphere.”
The giant asteroid was also traveling faster than a speeding bullet.
“This is so fast that it would have traversed the distance from the cruising altitude of a 747 to the ground in 0.3 seconds,” Brannen says. As a result, the collision sent large amounts of debris from Earth into outer space. Some of that debris, Brannen says, were “bits of dinosaur.”
Thus, it is highly likely that there are dinosaur remains on the moon.
5 thoughts on “There Are Dinosaur Remains on the Moon, Scientists Claim”
If everything was killed, then why are the democrats alive today/ Where did they come from?
Maybe yes – maybe no…..Is this a slow news day for science or what?
No one can say it’s impossible but ”I betj’a dems purty small pieces.”!
Uh-huh? So what? Some one has way too much time on his hands.
Amazing. Wonder if they can change a light bulb without hand written instructions?
Probably since the moon came from Earth and it was a part of our ocean. Yawn. I already know this because my father’s a scientist also and I learned it when I was young. You are not telling anybody anything they do not already know sir!