Defending the SF genre with terminal intensity
- Dec 7, 2011
Yeah, there's absolutely loads of debate. The main issue is the lack of clear definitive evidence. We're dealing now with the vestiges of billions of years old collisions and interactions. And, well, it's usually not enough, because with only a few data points, you can postulate a number of different scenarios that might have given the same result.Still, our solar system leaves a huge lot of questions still to be answered. We probably truly understand not a lot of what was really happening during its formation?
Just have a look at the various attempts to try and explain how the Moon formed on Wikipedia!