Giant Impact Hypothesis Mass Displacement Theory
If we therefore come to the plausible conclusion that after the earth formed from a fragment of nebulous material via the circling process known
as accretion, then the proto-earth was impacted by a second planet that partly combined and broke off a mass that became an orbiting mass and or fragments that then further combined to form our moon, then is it not reasonable to add an unmentioned by product
from the impact force, of a mass desplacement [bulge] opposite to the side of impact?
The moon carried on to be shaped by our interacting gravities [with the moon's iron mass [gravitational bulge] on the earth side – ‘Clementine’]
and created the earth’s [larger body] magnetic field. Also the added earth heat caused by the gravitational torsion between the earth and the formed moon created the tectonic plate movements that we have observed over geological time.
Would it therefore also be reasonable the conclude that left unaltered by a new force that the end process of the tectonic movements under the law of gravity will be that the destiny of the [bulge] segments will be to level-out flattest possible [with continued
and reducig tectonic plate recoil] mostly back under [pic 1] the water.