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A former NASA scientist, recently made the explosive claim that the life on Mars in the 1970’s, the government space agency has vigorously denied it. However, an entomologist at Ohio University, has gone a step further, claiming he has spotted the bug – and reptile-like creatures” with a picture of the Red Planet, both the living and the dead.
Ohio University professor William Romoser has over the past few years, a number of the photos are in the public domain by the various Mars rovers, including Curiosity, and found a small amount of the insect-like form, as structured, also of bees, as well as the reptile-like forms,” according to a news release from the university.
“There has been, and still is, life on Mars,” Romoser, who specializes in arbovirology, and general/medical entomology, said in the release. “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.”
(Credit: Ohio University
EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL LIFE IS POSSIBLE ON MARS IN THE 1970’S, AN EX-NASA SCIENTIST SAYS
Romoser specifically set out herein, 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.
Earlier this month, NASA posted a beautiful black-and-white image of the Mars Exploration web site that will shed light on how to clear the planet.
Fox News did reach NASA for comment.
Romoser, who was the action at the annual Entomological society of America meeting, and said that he was the one responsible for the drawing of the body symmetry, body part segmentation, the repetition of the shape, skeletons, and other evidence that may be considered to be showing signs of life.
“Once you have a clear idea of a particular shape to be identified and described, and that it was helpful in the facilitation of the recognition of the other, less obvious, but none-the-less, to be valid, the images are of the same form,” Romoser added to it. “A salad and the associated appendices, are sufficient to establish identity, such as an arthropod.”
(Credit: Ohio University
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He went on to say, “the Three body regions, one pair of antennae, and six legs have been sufficient to establish the identification as a ‘bug’ on the planet. These characteristics should be valid also for the identification of the organism on Mars as well as insect-like. On these bases, arthropodan, insect-like forms can be seen in the Mars rover photos.”
“A separate flight behaviour was evident in many of the photos,” said Romoser, the results of the “creatures” have been spotted and loose, seems to bumble or a carpenter bee. He also said that the other pictures show the “bees” seem to be living in caves, while other images “to see a fossilized creature that resembles a serpent.”
The well-known entomologist, did admit that the interpretation of the imagery may change in the future, but the amount of evidence that he has found out so far is compelling.
The presence of higher metazoan organisms on Mars and imply the presence of nutrients, energy sources, processes, supply chains, and webs, and water, as well as elements that have to function in a viable, if extreme, as well as the ecological setting is enough to keep them alive,” he said, adding that he has found instances of standing water or moving water at some of the pictures.
“It is proof of life on Mars is presented in this study provides a strong basis for the biological, social, and political questions,” Romoser added to it. “It is also a justification for further study.”
NASA’s upcoming Mars 2020 rover, scheduled to land Jan. 18, 2021, will be looking for signs of fossil evidence of alien life, if it is in the Jezero Crater.
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