April 1, 2014

Fossil On Mars Points To Ancient Ocean With Life, March 31, 2014, UFO Sighting News.

Date of discovery: March 31, 2014
Location of discovery: Mars

As the rover was taking photos, it indadvertedly recorded ancient aliens sea life. I'm sure NASA would have covered it up had they seen it, but this does confirm there there was water on Mars. For some reason, NASA is saving this information for when they need it...maybe a push to save NASA or a push for larger budgets.

Several things we know to be true about this photo. 1st this is a fossil. 2nd this was taken by the Mars rover. 3rd the photo was put on the JPL site by NASA. What this means is NASA cannot dispute this claim nor will they ever try. NASA will not turn the rover around to reexamine this fossil, nor do they care...since they already have an abundance of Top Secret images that expose alien life on Mars.

I have posted a similar sea shell that I found back in March 2012. Check it out here. 

I have a similar ammonite fossil on my desk right now as I type this. Its an ancient water animal, a kind of Mollusc. On Earth most these style of molluscs are 200-400 million years old, but on Mars...who knows? SCW


Gustavo said...

Really this is real? I'm wondering right now, why you're not working on NASA, you seem much more clever than their specialists. When you say that there was water on Mars, where are all those evidences? If we assume that all the process that occurs on Earth might also occur on Mars, because it seem reasonable to believe, why there isn't any mark of water flow or round pebbles on the Mars surface? Scientists already know that water may have been present once on the Mars surface, but the question is, which way it could have existed? I mean, in which state of matter it could be possible, if we consider that the atmospheric pressure is so low to sustain liquid water? But, if was possible to Mars maintain water on a liquid state on the surface, how it much could be the impact in harbouring and sustaining life like the amonites? This presupposition leads to another question, if the amonites once lived on Mars, what kind of food they were feeding? That also leads to the question, if was possible to another kind of life be present concomitantly with this organisms. Even better, if they were not predators, what kind or nutrient they could be feeding? Could the surface give the right kind of nourishment to this animals? By the way, what is animal? And most important, why there is only one evidence of amonite?

I think we need to be careful about what we're all saying about the unknown. Clearly, it is more cautious to assume that this tiny image is an optical artifact not a product of organic processes. If life existed in Mars, it probably not be metazoans as we know.

Scott Waring said...

The rover and its cameras are an unbiased source of information. Had a person taken the photo, you could say that. However the rover took it and thus, they have the best and highest tech on it in the planet. 2 billion US dollars buys a lot. If you can't trust that much tech, then you got a problem.

I understand its hard to grasp the truth, Carl Rogers once said, "the truth will set you free, but first it will hurt like hell." Do a little research...not to prove me right or wrong, but to find out for yourself. SCW

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