then what your saying, is our moon is special. a bit different from any other moon out there or planet? how did the other planets form ? and why couldn't other planets and moons been formed the same way? i see the moon being no different then any other moon or planet out there, and ALL were formed the same way.
Now first I can see that you are willing to think outside the box, and you are not afraid of what we think of your theory. This is good. Much of the major theory was unaccepted at first like Galileo, heavier than air flight,the first motor and so on.
One thing you may wish to consider is to be ready to say OK I do not know everything.
This gives you a good solid shield to the flood of negative response you may receive in the future. As you know it is easy to show how someone is wrong about their ideas and we all like to look smart when we can point out that someone is in error.
Here is another idea that I got from thinking about your ideas.
What if! What if one large object did come from the sun, and it did brake up somehow?
If the large object was indeed a mass like the earth or Jupiter and it was hit by something or somehow broke into many balls. (like when you are using a cutting torch and the red hot slag falls off, hits the concrete floor and small hot balls of slag explode outward all around the room. If you look closely at the hot molten slag, they are small and round.
Maybe one big piece became many small and large planets.
The water on earth may be just because it was the most contained place for water.
Pow the sun explosion!
Pow the big ball from (earth or some big mass) the sun gets hit or brakes up somehow!
Pow planets separate like the drops of hot steel falling to the concrete while using a cutting torch.