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Based on these consideration, it must be concluded that:
1. The moon may be an indicator of alien presence in the solar system and beyond during the past 4 10^9 years.
2. Although the moon is best studied celestial body, it evidently has not been studied well enough for bioastronomy.
3. There are some phenomena on the moon which could be possible manifestations of alien artifacts.
4. It must be expected that alien artifacts, if they exist on the moon, are concentrated in the region of the crater Aristarchus (lava tubes, nocturnal lights, possible mirrors, etc.) on the peak of the southern wall of the crater Malapert (the optimal site for alien reconnaissance devices because the Earth can always be seen there and the sunlight is accessible about 94% of the time), in the crater Herodotus (possible mirror), in the crater Gassed (possible mirror, invasion effect), in Mare Tranquilitatis (unusual depressions, invasion effect), etc.
So, the selenological approach seems very promising for SETI. The work is quite contemporary in the context modern plans for exploration and colonization of the moon.
originally posted by: zorgon
Here is what they believed was a crater on Earth... turned out to be a fortress buried
This is waht the Assyrian ruins looked like before excavation from an aerial view
[edit on 20-6-2009 by zorgon]