An American scientist claims to find insects living on Mars

A former NASA scientist recently made a shocking statement. In it, he affirmed that the US Space Agency has found life on Mars since the 19...

A former NASA scientist recently made a shocking statement. In it, he affirmed that the US Space Agency has found life on Mars since the 1970s.

Around that time, Gilbert Levin worked on the Viking mission, landed two probes on Mars and analyzed the soil samples. The signal that has been sent to the Earth by soil analysis is very promising. Levin affirmed that in four soil samples, NASA has detected bacterial respiration signals.

However, the US Aerospace Administration has denied this result. They just concluded it was something in the form of "imitating life but not life". During the 43 years after the Viking mission, NASA sent more Mars landers. But what's puzzling is that none of these ships brought new life-detection equipment.

The Viking ship is believed to have found life on Mars since the 1970s.

While Levin's suspicion has not subsided, an entomologist from Ohio University continues to claim he has discovered "insect-like creatures and reptiles" in a series of photographs. Mars. These creatures, some are dead and some are still alive.

William Romoser is an honorary professor at Ohio University. In recent years, he has spent a lot of time revisiting a number of publicly available images from various Mars missions. It includes the Curiosity mission being implemented.

As a result, Romoser said he found some "insect-like shapes, something similar in structure to bees, and reptile-like entities," according to a release. from the university.

"Life was and still exists on Mars," said Professor Romoser. "There is a clear biodiversity of insects-like animals on Mars. They exhibit many characteristics similar to Terran insects (in the human world). It is understood as insect groups. For example, the presence of the wings, the articulated wings, the ability to fly / fly quickly and various foot structures ".

An image that Professor Romoser cited to prove the existence of organisms such as insects on Mars.

Among the documents that Professor Romoser examines, he shows a special interest in the photos taken by the Curiosity self-driving vehicle as it explores the Gale crater.

Since landing on Mars in August 2012, Curiosity has made some incredible discoveries. It has recorded inexplicable increases in methane and oxygen concentrations on the Red Planet. Along with that is a mysterious white light trail beside many unsolved phenomena.

Fox News contacted NASA to comment on Professor Romoser's statement at the annual meeting of the American Society of Entomology. In it, he presented the results obtained from the investigation of photographs taken on Mars.

The goal is to look for signs of symmetry that appear only on biological bodies, body parts, repetitive structures, remains or undamaged skeletons or any other strong ties. is a sign of life on Mars.

In one photo, Professor Romoser claimed that he had found a "skeleton and some appendages sufficient to identify them as a arthropod".

"The three body cavities, a pair of antennae and six legs are traditionally on Earth enough to identify it as an 'insect'," he said. These features appear repeatedly in photos of the Martian surface. It proves that insect-shaped entities are common.

Professor Romoser said that this is an insect with legs, eyes, with clear body cavities on Mars.

Not only that, Professor Romoser said he also found in many photos of insects that seem to be flying. They are shaped like a bee or a tortoise. Some pictures show that these bees seem to live in caves. While another photo revealed "a fossil creature resembles a snake".

Professor Romoser said that the presence of these creatures on Mars can be completely explained. Because the planet has an ecological environment sufficient to support life.

It has resources as well as nutrient / energy transition. Creatures, if truly present, can form a food chain. While in some photos, Professor Romoser said he found signs of standing water and running water.

"The evidence for life on Mars presented here provides a strong basis for many important questions in biology as well as social and political aspects," said Professor Romoser.

A photo taken on Mars is compared to the head of a snake.

Romoser's new research is published in the context of NASA preparing for a new Mars mission by 2020.

In it, they will continue to launch an autonomous vehicle, which is expected to land on Mars on February 18, 2021. This self-propelled vehicle will land on Jezero crater. Its mission is to look for fossilized signs of extraterrestrial beings.

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