Definitely. There are several places in the SS that have the chemistry and available energy to support potential life. While I am skeptical of life in these places, it is WAY more plausible that life exists there than on the Moon. So you would be as surprised (but no more) to find life on the Moon as you would to find life in, say, the oceans of Enceladus? Put it a different way. If you were a betting man, which way would you bet? If you could split the money between the two possibilities, how might you split it? I would put all my money on Enceladus, and none on the Moon. Because I am extremely skeptical of life existing on the Moon. Alive is a binary state. Skepticism has a degree. Well, now you know more about my degrees of skepticism than you would if I hadn't distinguished them. So you're all for narrowing the range of thought? Less description is better than more description?