Saturday, February 09, 2013

I Have Moved! Join Me at New Location:

Please be aware that I have moved my base of operations to a new host and domain. Therefore this blog will be archived with no further content to be added. Please visit my new site at :

The new site will cover the same topic as Hunting Moon Rabbit, which is examination of lunar data collected over the years to see if there is any evidence of artificiality on the Moon. The entire project was inspired by the scientific journal article from Professor Paul Davies discussing potential evidence of artificiality on the Moon. I would absolutely call the project a success if it did no more than help a few inquisitive people see the Moon in a different light. Maybe inspire a soul or two in the process.

No sane person wouldn't question the audacity of searching the Moon for evidence of intelligent extraterrestrial life and that may be due to the paradigm shifting implication of such discovery for one. It may also have something to do with the official narrative which has done a good job of manufacturing American public's perception that Moon is nothing but a big uninteresting piece of rock not worth Apollo 18, 19, 20's money.

I will close the final post of Hunting Moon Rabbit with an excerpt from Prof. Paul Davies' Searching for alien artifacts on the moon article. Hope to see you at the new site

The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) has a low probability of success, but it would have a high impact if successful. Therefore it makes sense to widen the search as much as possible within the confines of the modest budget and limited resources currently available. To date, SETI has been dominated by the paradigm of seeking deliberately beamed radio messages. However, indirect evidence for extraterrestrial intelligence could come from any incontrovertible signatures of non-human technology. Existing searchable databases from astronomy, biology, earth and planetary sciences all offer low-cost opportunities to seek a footprint of extraterrestrial technology. In this paper we take as a case study one particular new and rapidly-expanding database: the photographic mapping of the Moon’s surface by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) to 0.5 m resolution. Although there is only a tiny probability that alien technology would have left traces on the moon in the form of an artifact or surface modification of lunar features, this location has the virtue of being close, and of preserving traces for an immense duration.

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