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mike1414
1st April 2010, 09:49
Nowhere is objectivity in modern science so clearly challenged as in the case of the wildly eccentric moon of Saturn, the one named after the Greek Titan, Lapetus. It is one thing to have the kind of variations in geologic characteristics as are exhibited by the Galilean satellites of Jupiter; it is quite another to have a sufficient number of totally unique features so as to require some extraordinary and highly creative explanations. In terms of anomalies Lapetus is loaded!
http://www.halexandria.org/dward888.htm

http://site.voila.fr/reeves/l/lapetus.jpg

some really interesting stuff from R Hoagland on this topic too....love his work -
'THE MOST BAFFLING BUT ARGUABLY, THE SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT OBJECT IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM'

http://www.enterprisemission.com/moon1.htm

really interesting

peace always
mike