Pluto's weird moon

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Post by Jonathan Ainsley Bain on Sat Jun 06, 2015 9:30 am

Pluto's weird moon

The moon is oblong because it was in the process of 'spin' splitting it into two,
when it solidified.

Compare this to the wall on Iapetus, Saturn's moon:

Pluto's weird moon 260px-Iapetus_706_1419_1

The wall on its equator formed in a very similar manner.

This fits perfectly with my theory on dark energy:

All objects in the universe had a common spinning origin.

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