• Terrence Aym
Imaginative (and often brave) pioneers like Richard C. Hoagland and the late astronomer Dr. Tom Van Flandern argued for decades that the lunar surface is littered with evidence of ancient extraterrestrial artifacts and structures. For the most part the mainstream media and orthodox scientists ignored the evidence. But a sea change is occurring that may well become a tidal wave. Professor Paul Davies and Robert Wagner at Arizona State University have heeded Hoagland's clarion call and now add their voices to the growing chorus of researchers and the public that want answers about the mysteries on the moon.
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