reply to post by Spookycolt
Here is a very speculative theory, although I make no claim as to its rightness, and, in fact, think that it is unlikely, but I can't think of
anything else that could naturally cause this tower on the Moon:
If you look at examinations of the Earth's core, the iron part of the core is not a smooth ball, but has many spikes of iron all round it. The
largest spikes seem to be along the magnetic poles. When the poles have moved, new spikes are generated. I will make the assumption that this type
of structure could exist on any planet that has a magnetic field and an iron core. One of those planets could be the one that formerly existed in
place of the asteroid belt and was blown up. Other bodies in the solar system have evidence of being blasted by the results of this explosion. The
Moon has such evidence. So, the tower could be one of the iron spikes that may have existed around the core of the planet that was blown up.
Before you can even begin to think of this theory as a possibility, you would need to accept that the spikes around the core exist and that there was
a planet in the solar system that blew up. These are controversial items.
edit on 10-2-2013 by sorgfelt because: rearranging a little wording