1)      Patrick Moore, On the Moon, London (Casell & Co. Wellington House) 2001. Pg 22-24


2)      David Whitehouse, The Moon: a biography, London (Headline), 2001. Pg. 237-268.


3)      Thomas R. Walters, Planets. A Smithsonian Guide, New York (Macmillan), 1995. Pg. 98-99.


4)      Tarbuck and Lutgens, Earth Sciences, London (Prentice Hall International) 2000. Pg 386-387, 453.


5)       http://www.emory.edu/PHYSICS/Faculty/Anderson/astronomy/lecture_notes/03.motion_earth/


6)       http://www.hartrao.ac.za/nccsdoc/slalib/sun67.htx/node203.html


7)       Nick Hoffman starts of a groundbreaking article on The Moon and Plate Tectonics with remarks of this nature.



8)       See the first of “The triple Triumph of the Moon” for a full discussion at               



9)       Patrick Moore, On the Moon, London (Cassell & co., Wellington House), 2001. Pg 44-47


10)    Nick Strobel’s Astronomy Notes on Tides



11)     http://co-ops.nos.noaa.gov/restles3.html


12)     See the second and third of “The triple Triumph of the Moon” for a full discussion at                  



13)     Section on calendars based on a lunar cycle



14)     See third of  “The triple Triumph of the Moon” for a full discussion at



15)     See notes on “Project Horizon” at



16)     See http://members.aol.com/dgportree/ex58aa.htm


17)     See details at http://www.friends-partners.org/mwade/articles/sovstory.htm


18)    Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA/NASA) and Amy Simon (Cornell U)


19)    See http://www.saintbrendan.com/cdnmar01/sexonbeach.html


20)    See http://lightseed.com/images/scans/moon_worship.jpg