Originally Posted by imoldernu
Here's an easy one... Two parts:
1. Why is the back side of the moon smoother than the side we can see.
2. How old is the moon... and how do we know?
1. Because the side we can't see is 'away' form the center of our universe and therefore is not subjected to being hit by meteors or asteroids. They are not "attracted" to the back side of the moon because the moon has no gravity
2. Depends on who you ask - creationists and evolutionists will give very different answers
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