Sunshine and Rainbows

On this Wonderful Wednesday, the dogs and I enjoyed a beautiful sunny walk, with the moon turning translucent in the bright sky.  Seeing the moon when the sun is up has fascinated me since I was a school girl.   Dogs don’t notice such things.  Dogs are nose down in the grass sniffing for sign of interlopers into their territory, and looking for that good spot to take care of business.

Have you heard the theory that the moon is hollow and has obelisks and other structures, similar to those constructed in ancient Egypt.  Have you heard beings may be living underground on the moon?  Real men in the moon!  Fortunately it was not an episode of Ancient Aliens that was keeping me up last night!  This morning however, looking at the moon, I wondered why these theorists don’t get together a mission to the moon, and find out if those shadows really are structures made by a race of space travelers.

Several people are earning a living by selling books on this subject (not me), and several more believe it is true, so why don’t they start raising funds for an archaeological dig on the moon.  This is a theory that could be proved.  Tax payers don’t want government paying for moon missions to investigate this, but if you really think it is a government conspiracy to hide the truth from the masses of earth (that’s you and me), then put your money up and prove it.

If this theory is proved right, then members of the expedition will go down in not only in history but  on the short list of scientists that have exponentially advanced science.  If the theory is proved false, the members of the expedition will be proved fools, the idea will become a footnote in science courses, and no one will buy books or watch the History Channel for proof of Ancient Aliens.

Ancient Aliens and the alien presence on the moon makes for safe party conversation.  We are all equally in the dark, and at worst you will be considered a fun crackpot.  There are no answers that can prove the theory either way.

So other than these silly thoughts of a tired mind, I hope you enjoy your day.  I hear we have rain coming, and I’ll be watching for rainbows.

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