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i believe so.

If the moon formed from impacting the Earth then the moon would of taken some of the Earth with it.

Dinosaurs were massive in size maybe due to an Earth that was much larger and the larger size was needed to move on this planet.

Earth could of been destroyed by a protoplanet impact or a supernova explosion as well. The likely hood is good that it was a much larger world then we are on today.

compared to other planets orbiting the sun Earths rotation is relatively slow pointing to a large object impacting and slowing the rotation of the Earth.

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