Scientific paper asks “Is the Moon the Creation of Alien Intelligence?”

In July of 1970, two Russian scientists, Mikhail Vasin and Alexander Shcherbakov, published an article in the Soviet journal Sputnik called “Is the Moon the Creation of Alien Intelligence?”

The theory proposed by the two experts offers arguments that would explain the countless enigmas surrounding the moon and its creation.

The moon is one of the most enigmatic objects in our solar system. The Moon’s existent is perfectly defined by Robin Brett, a scientist from NASA who stated that “It seems easier to explain the non-existence of the Moon than its existence.”

By publishing this article, they raised numerous questions about the moon and its formation which no other scientist at the time dared to ask.

Their article received heavy criticism, but they made their point when writing about the moon and its countless mysteries.

The Russian scientific duo proposed the theory that Earth’s Moon is not a natural satellite, but a planetoid that was literally hollowed out eons ago in the far reaches of the universe by super advanced intelligent beings possessing a technology far superior to ours, even today.

Shcherbakov and Vasin proposed that massive machines were used to melt rock and form long cavities within the Moon, spreading the molten refuse onto the lunar surface.

The advanced their theory by saying that the moon was preserved by a hull-like inner shell in addition to a reconstructed outer shell of metallic rocky junk, and eventually, this enormous craft was steered through the cosmos and finally put in orbit around our planet.

Some say this is a preposterous idea, but the two scientists made a point backed by scientific data.

Vasin and Shcerbakov state there are some lunar rocks that have been discovered to contain PROCESSED METALS such as Brass, the elements of Uranium 236 and Neptunium 237. These elements have NEVER been found to occur naturally.

However, somehow there are traces of them on the surface of Moon.

Uranium 236 for example, is a radioactive nuclear waste which is found in spent nuclear and reprocessed Uranium.

More interestingly, Neptunium 237 is a radioactive metallic element and a known by-product of nuclear reactors and the production of Plutonium.

In their article, Vasin and Shcherbakov write:

“Abandoning the traditional paths of ‘common sense,’ we have plunged into what may, at first sight, seem to be unbridled and irresponsible fantasy.”

“But the more minutely we go into all the knowledge gathered by man about the Moon, the more we are convinced that there is not a single fact to rule out our hypothesis. Not only that, but many things so far considered to be lunar enigmas are explainable in the light of this new theory.”

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