There was a theory I proposed which had elements of absolute evidential truth along with interpretations that were suspect.
Here's how it went, Charon was impacted on the north pole (obvious). Then I further suggest two of those objects careened off opposite sides of Charon creating the odd spins of Nix and Hydra, this part seems potentially logical
How does an object impact on the north pole then make a right turn and orbit perpendicularly to its original path? Yep! That one bugged me from the first moment I suggested it but I wanted to keep understanding the evidence even if this interpretation was suspect. It was just that the similarities between the contents of the north pole impacts and the four rocks called moons was something I couldn't ignore. I've since learned more about this whole system and can now adjust and correct my misinterpretations. I explain it with billiards.
So how do the four moons orbit in a perpendicular path to the impacts on the north pole of Charon and yet still remain related to that impact event?
This is how it works
The north pole of Charon is hit by a group of objects, the southern hemisphere shatters and pieces blast out radially many of which hit Pluto. Some of those impacts hit hard enough to dislodge some chunks off Pluto's surface at Pitts' Pits. Those pieces then became the four moons orbiting perpendicularly to Charon's north pole impacts. At least one of them came from Pluto and it's Nix. That thing looks just like one of the giant icebergs at Norgay Montes. Some of Charon's shards being blasted out radially from its southern hemisphere could have entered into perpendicular orbits becoming Hydra or Kerberos and Styx. Hydra, Kerberos and Styx could also be bits knocked off Pluto. Either way there would have been ricocheting of bits flying off in all directions.
That's it, I just wanted to clarify and adjust that supposition. This ones short and sweet
The next page is not so short as it covers a lot of ground from Pluto's North to South Pole along a ridge line.