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Re: Number of days 100 million years ago

As noted by Tom, the 400 Myr BP distance from moon to earth is way too 
close. After the moon formed very close to our planet, just outside the zone 
tidal forces from our gravity would rip it apart (and tides on earth where 
fanstastically high), the moon quickly spiraled away due to the initially 
intense orbital dynamics, so by around 3 billion BP it was already something 
90% its current distance (there are tables somewhere that give the exact 

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