to connectVideoUniversity professor thinks he has found the insect-like life forms on Mars
After looking at the pictures taken by the various Mars rovers over a number of years, Ohio University professor emeritus William Romoser has been found in a number of insect-like shapes, and structured, also of bees, as well as the reptile-like forms,’ according to a news release from the university. Romoser, made the claim at the annual Entomological society of America meeting.
NASA has vehemently denied that there was life in “the insect and the reptile-like beings were on Mars, after a professor at Ohio University has made the controversial claim earlier in the week.
“The collective opinion of the vast majority of the scientific community that the current conditions on the surface of Mars, and is not suitable for liquid water, or as complex as a life,” Alana Johnson, a NASA Public Affairs Officer, said in a statement to Fox News.
Johnson added that one of NASA’s goals is to “search for life in the universe” and the upcoming Mars 2020 rover, with the government space agency is hoping to take the next steps in the process of discovering the full potential of past life on the Red Planet.”
“THERE HAS BEEN, AND STILL IS, LIFE ON MARS,” EXPERT CLAIMS, INCLUDING THE NASA PHOTO’S
“Although we are always on the look out for any signs of extra-terrestrial life, and NASA is exploring the solar system and beyond in order to help us to answer fundamental questions, including the question of whether we are alone in the universe,” Johnson continued. “In addition, the study of water on Mars, the probing promising” oceans of the worlds, ” such as Enceladus, Europa and Titan, to look for biosignatures in the atmospheres of planets outside of our solar system, NASA’s science missions are working together with one goal, to find unmistakable signs of life beyond Earth.”
The us issued a similar statement after a former NASA scientist Gilbert Levin, who worked on the Viking missions to the Red Planet during the 1970’s, has published a wonderful op-ed piece last month, said he was convinced that the space agency’s “proof of life” on Mars.
(Ohio University / professor emeritus, William Romoser, over the course of the past few years, a number of the photos are in the public domain by the various Mars rovers, including Curiosity, to the controversial claim that he had been spotted by a number of insect-like shapes, and structured, also of bees, as well as the reptile-like forms.”
“There has been, and still is, life on Mars,” Romoser, who specializes in arbovirology, and general/medical entomology, said in a statement released on the university’s published on Tuesday. “Clearly, there is a great diversity between the Martian bug-like animals, exhibit many characteristics similar to Terran insects, which can be interpreted and experienced in groups, for example, in the presence of the wing, the wing flexes, the agile gliding/flight, and will be structured in different ways of leg elements.”
Romoser is also specified, the Curiosity rover, which has been exploring Gale Crater since landing on Mars in August 2012. Curiosity has a number of amazing discoveries, including a surprising surge in levels of methane, oxygen, behaves “in a way that so many people are not able to explain it,” a mysterious, unexplained white lights, and many others.
The progress of the Romoser, drew the ire of some in the scientific community, including those of the other entomologists.
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“I’m a little bit sceptical at first,” Pepperdine University, a visiting professor and entomologist Susan Finkbeiner, said in an e-mail to Fox News. “If the” present ” of living forms, we should be seeing more and more evidence that life may be taken. Where are the sources for these wasps? What do they eat, and are they reproducing?”
Finkbeiner, who was not involved in the investigation into the photographs, adding that, if anything, are the objects that are Romoser claims his life to be together.
“Even though it’s the beginning of the bugs on the Earth wing, and the atmosphere of the planet was thicker, to make the flight, and I’m not convinced that the thin atmosphere of Mars would allow for a successful flight, but it is something that is an insect physiologist or a biomechanics specialist should be consulted for this,” Finkbeiner added. “If this is observed, the images are actually of the arthropod-like creatures, I’m more inclined to think that at that point, they have not been preserved, and are likely to be the fossils of extinct creatures.”
The atmosphere on Mars consists of 95% carbon dioxide, with 2.6 per cent of molecular nitrogen, 1.9% argon, 0.16 percent oxygen and 0.06 percent carbon monoxide. By way of comparison, the Earth’s atmosphere is 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 0,9% argon, 0,03% carbon dioxide, and trace amounts of other elements.
NASA’s upcoming Mars 2020 rover, scheduled to land Jan. 18, 2021, will be looking for signs of fossil evidence of alien life, as it explores the Red Planet, Jezero Crater.
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