We should scour the moon for ancient traces of aliens.

Living in tunnels on the Moon - Comment on 2012 January 9 (2)

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Volunteers could be set task of spotting evidence of mining and rubbish heaps in moon images. Read more:

Some time ago there was already an entry about the Moon that reminded me of Jakob Lorber’s writings about the Moon 2010 Sep 29 (2) – Caves on the Moon and today I read again about the Moon and about tunnels, and rubbish heaps and collapsed lava tubes and these being ideal sites to live.

Here some excerpts:

 

We should scour the moon for ancient traces of aliens, say scientists.

Online volunteers could be set task of spotting alien technology, evidence of mining and rubbish heaps in moon images.

A pit in Mare Ingenii, possibly the result of a collapsed lava tube. Natural tunnels like this would be ideal sites for an alien moon base.

Hundreds of thousands of pictures of the moon will be examined for telltale signs that aliens once visited our cosmic neighbourhood if plans put forward by scientists go ahead.

Passing extraterrestrials might have left messages, scientific instruments, heaps of rubbish or evidence of mining on the dusty lunar surface that could be spotted by human telescopes and orbiting spacecraft.

"If it costs little to scan data for signs of intelligent manipulation, little is lost in doing so, even though the probability of detecting alien technology at work may be exceedingly low," they add.

One way to scan all of the images involves writing software to search for strange-looking features, such as the sharp lines of solar panels, or the dust-covered contours of quarries or domed buildings.

Alien life might once have set up a lunar base in the underground networks of lava tubes beneath the moon's dark, basaltic plains, and perhaps have left rubbish when they departed. "The same factors that make lava tubes attractive as a habitat imply that any artefacts left behind would endure almost indefinitely, undamaged and unburied," the scientists write.

 

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