Listen: The Moon Might Be the Frozen Leftovers from Earth's Ancient Magma Ocean
"A new study that was conducted by American Japanese researchers hypothesized that the moon was formed when a proto planet crashed into earth way back in the day. When earth was just like a ton of it was covered with like a sea of magma and the magma splashed into outer space, and then it expanded. And then it like jell together and made the moon. Great theory flow of it. And they're like this theory is just as viable as all the other theories. None of which we know if they're true. Well, there were like problems with previous theories is the there were like gaping holes. And I didn't we didn't know why the mooning says, well, they didn't understand why it was its materials were so earth-like, but also not earth."