View Full Version : a simple question: how comes sand on the moon

08-14-2013, 10:53 PM
sand from the moon contra: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Van_der_Waals_force
to build a moon or a planet the substance in the space have to be smaller than salt, which is much smaller than the sand from the moon, the
nasa has presented.
the van der waals force works with substance like powdered sugar or farina !!!!

and it never rains on the moon ;) to transform powdered sugar dust to anything other!

have fun to think independent...

06-12-2014, 08:50 PM
no human comes in over an year of time to have any idea
realy it seems to be an powdered moon with no geactivities ever

can anyone imagine who natur always made sand
yes, with geoactivities like maybe on the mars, but never on the moon

so, than means selling moon sand should makes the police active!!!!
so, job job

02-06-2021, 12:57 PM
moon also has no atmosphere to stop micro meteorites from pelting the surface. If you think about it, the atmosphere is like a window tint (https://www.mycardetailchicago.com/window-tinting-aurora-il/) that prevents it from dust and such.