This can answer two of the unanswered questions about the moon.
Why are the maria concentrated on the near side?
I believe that the moon was not formed slowly by debris after the impact
that you now know created the moon. I believe the moon was ejected as it is
shaped right now from Earth by the impact the same way a smaller ball
bounces back when you throw it on a large rotating basketball. The impactor
was split in two parts during the impact. One stayed above the crust of
Earth and became the first supercontinent and the other one bounced back and
became the moon (they do have same age and density because of that). The most possible impact site I've found is the ring of fire. You will say that tectonic plates change shape and that they don't look at all like the did billion years ago but I believe this is wrong. I believe that tectonic plates are created by impacts and impacts cause continental drift. (K/T extinction / gulf of mexico / carribean plate / splitting of pangea). I do not believe that tectonic plates change shape rapidly (like a crack on ice will not change shape a lot).
The phillipines and pacific plate. They look a lot like the near side of
the moon and they were probably created by the impact. When the impact
occurred all volcanoes near those plates gone off at the same time. The
impact craters you now call maria are probably the result of Earth's
volcanoes (Sulfur has been found near them). I did some minor research and I
compared the negative photo of the moon with the current map of Earth. I
think I can see something that looks like australia at the bottom right side
of the near side of the moon and I compared the area of that with the real
Australia. Real Australia is 4 times bigger than that (which is the radius
ratio of Earth:Moon) and I believe this was caused by water corrosion.
Why is the Moon's center of mass off center? Because of the tidal lock with
The moon's center of mass is probably off center because of sulfur that
exists in the near side of the moon. There is a strong connection between
sulfur and water (you use sulfur to dehydrate fruits) and I believe
this is the reason we get tides (or tidal locking)
(negative map of moon)
Can you comment on this please?