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originally posted by: Kandinsky
a reply to: The Shrike
Nice work on tracking the original image down.
If it wasn't on the Moon, I think people might be discussing erosion because it has a shim-like appearance with rounded edges like a rock eroded by water. It doesn't look any more or less brighter than other rocks and outcrops in the area which could suggest it's of the same material.
That being said, *if* we were to discover an ancient technology in our Solar System, this is how I'd like it done. Discovering the technological equivalent of beach driftwood would rock the world in a safer way than some live device approaching Earth. It used to be fun looking at the 'alien bases' on the Moon because of how great it would be to explore them. Who'd care about politics with a live-stream of international scientists roaming an ancient lunar citadel? Alexey Arkhipov had the right ideas about looking for artefacts and it's too soon to rule out finding something no matter how impossibly unlikely it seems today. We can dream...
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Macenroe82
I just clicked the link again, and it's now dead.