Wow! Here on earth, it would take a team of 4,000 archeologists the entire length of human life on earth to find one of those babies, or any other
ancient artifact for that matter.
When Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins and Neil Armstrong went to the moon on the Apollo 11 mission, it was only Armstrong and Aldrin who actually stepped
on the surface and collected the 48 lb. of moon rocks. While they were on the surface, Michael Collins was "keepin' the cab runnin'".
Man, talk about having good luck, eh? A guy could look around on the moon for years and years and not find any sign of previous civilization. But
either Aldrin or Armstrong picked up probably the only rock on the moon that had one of these prizes hidden inside. I'll bet that gave him a buzz.
That's it... it must have been "Buzz" Aldrin who found it!
Either that or the ancient civilization had the habit of hiding all their artifacts inside rocks so humans from the future wouldn't be able to find
them. If that's the case, then there must be millions of these things on the moon hidden inside rocks, making this particular find rather "run of
the mill". So I doubt this artifact has very much value since it's probably only one of millions, maybe billions.
But if there is only this one, or let's say only a million of 'em, then this stroke of luck is so off the charts unbelievable (as in "not gonna
happen"), then all I have to do is find out which of the two astronauts actually found the correct "magic" rock, go visit him, and see if I can
hire him to buy all my lottery tickets from now on. Actually he'd only have to buy me one ticket, considering he's blessed with that kind of
Man, that was pretty uncanny wouldn't you say? BTW, I have a ceramic pot that was made 4 million years ago on Jupiter. I found it beside a dumpster
behind a Walmart. I've been trying for two years now, to get my proper fortune for it, but nobody believes it's from Jupiter. They say what gives
it away as being made on earth is the date "2006" stamped on the bottom. Of course it's stamped. I put that stamp there to remind me which year I
found it. Life just isn't fair.
[edit on 5-5-2009 by Albertarocks]