Apollo astronauts did not bring back moon rocks, for the “moon rocks” contain numerous fossils of neurons and blood vessels, which could not have originated from our lifeless moon that had no atmosphere and little gravity . Fossilized neurons and blood vessels found in the “moon rocks” are identified in the following figures:
and described in the following posts: wretchfossil.blogspot.com/2012/01/apollo-16-returned-two-skulls-from-moon.html
Added on March 10, 2012:“Moon rocks” could not be rocks or meteorites collected on the moon, period.
If “moon rocks” were meteorites collected on the moon and brought back to Earth by Apollo astronauts, at least some of the “moon rocks” should contain chondrites, as 86% of meteorites found on Earth do (ref. 1). However, none of the “moon rocks” contains chondrites (ref. 1). It’s impossible that Apollo astronauts collected only achondrite meteorites on the moon.
Ref. 1: Wikipedia article on meteorites en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meteorite#Meteorite_types
Quote from Ref. 1: “About 86% of the meteorites that fall on Earth are chondrites,…”
Quote from Ref. 1: “Two small groups of achondrites are special, as they are younger and do not appear to come from the asteroid belt. One of these groups comes from the Moon, and includes rocks similar to those brought back to Earth by Apollo and Luna programs. The other group is almost certainly from Mars and are the only materials from other planets ever recovered by man.”
Added on March 15: Further evidence NASA faked moon rocks
Scientists know for a long time that our moon has no global magnetism. So, moon rocks should not be magnetic. But many “moon rocks collected by Apollo astronauts” are magnetic. This further proves that NASA FAKED MOON ROCKS.
Added on March 15: Evidence for Above Claim
“Until the Apollo missions, many prominent scientists were convinced that the moon was born cold and stayed cold, never melting enough to form a liquid core.” (Ref. A) Such a liquid core is essential for a long-lasting magnetic dynamo, which in turn is essential for the magnetism found in the “moon rocks”. No one ever proved the Moon had a liquid core. (Ref. A)
The Moon has “pockets” or “areas” of “local” magnetism based on the distributed material in the crust, and on the small magnetic fields present in the alloys of ferromagnetic material there (that is, meteorites that landed on the Moon) (Ref. B). Such local magnetism could not result in many magnetic “moon rocks” brought back by Apollo astronauts, for remnant magnetism is created only when molten rocks cool and iron bearing minerals form and align themselves parallel to a global magnetic field (Ref. C). The Moon had no global magnetic field (Ref. B).
Added on March 15: Moon never had an atmosphere, as it had little gravity/magnetic field.
The Moon has no strong gravity or magnetic field, so there’s
virtually no reason to expect it to maintain an atmosphere for any appreciable length of time (Ref. D). Anyway, the Moon was far more likely lifeless than otherwise. Or do you think the neuron fossils originated on the Moon?
Added on March 18: Damp Moon Falsifies Bone Dry Moon Rocks.
The “Apollo moon rocks” are at least 3 billion years old. Every day for 3 billion years water molecules were made all over the Moon and deposited in the lunar soil (Ref. 1, 2) and rocks. But Moon Hoax Producers collected 2,415 pieces of “moon rock” samples, almost all of which are bone dry (Ref. 3, 4). God cannot accept that.
Quote from Ref. 1: “Water may have been delivered to the Moon over geological timescales by the regular bombardment of water-bearing comets, asteroids and meteoroids  or continuously produced in situ by the hydrogen ions (protons) of the solar wind impacting oxygen-bearing minerals.“
Quote from Ref. 2: “… solar protons (the nuclei of hydrogen atoms) allow our own supposedly arid moon to make enough water every day to offset evaporation and maintain trace amounts of moisture all over its surface. Forget those bone dry textbook images. In September, several research teams made the case for a damp moon in Science online. A decade of data from several spacecraft showed water concentrations up to a liter per ton of lunar “soil”. The European Space Agency (ESA) confirmed that finding with a study of its own announced last month…The water trick works like this. Lunar “soil” is a loose mix of dust grains that soaks up protons in the so-called solar wind. Trapped between the dust grains and absorbed, the solar protons react with the oxygen there to make water. They continuously make enough to offset the water that evaporates back into space. A European-supplied instrument on board India‘s Chendrayaan-I craft now orbiting the Moon found the data to back up this scenario.” Unquote
Ref. 4: planetary.org/blog/article/00002117/
Quote from Ref. 4: “Some Apollo and Luna samples contain very tiny amounts of water (~50 parts per million) but it is virtually impossible to tell whether this water originated on the Moon or arose from Earth contamination.”