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Sorry, Neil Armstrong. Boffins say you may not have been first life-form to set foot on the Moon

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Interesting research.

I wonder if we are all Martians, if the Moon was seeded by martian meteorites and life then spread to Earth.

Intriguing isn't the word, this could essentially demolish the whole life-started-on-Earth geocentrism.

Also relevant: could the Moon have active life on it deep underground eg in caverns?

It would be worth looking for transient lunar events and scanning the areas for evidence of methane and other biological gases in case they are actually more interesting than static discharge or puffs of dust emitted from rockslides etc.

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