"There is and still is life on Mars," the expert said, citing NASA photos
A former NASA scientist recently made the explosive claim that life was found on Mars in the 1970s, something that the government space agency denied explicitly. But an Ohio University entomologist went one step further, claiming to have noticed "insect and reptile-like creatures" in a photograph of the Red Planet, both alive and dead.
Ohio State University professor William Romoser has spent the last few years looking at publicly available photos of various rovers, including the Curiosity Rover, and found a number of "bee-shaped insects and reptile-like forms" , according to a statement from the university.
"There was and still is life on Mars," Romoser, who specializes in arbovirology and general / medical entomology, says in the release. "There is a visible diversity between the Martian insect fauna, which exhibits many characteristics similar to Terran insects, which are interpreted as advanced groups ̵
1; such as the presence of wings, bending of the wing, agile skating / flight and various structured elements of the legs."  (Credit: Ohio University) “/>
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Earlier this month, NASA released a stunning black and black and white image on its Mars Exploration website that sheds new light on how empty the planet is.
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Romoser, who made the request at the Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America. , said he was looking for signs of body symmetry, segmentation of body parts, repetitive shape, skeletal remains and other clues that could be considered signs of life.
"Once a clear image of a form has been identified and described, it has been useful in facilitating the recognition of other less clear but equally valid images of the same basic shape," added Romoser. "Exoskeleton and associated appendages are sufficient to establish identification as arthropods."
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NASA: THE ANCIENT MARS OASIS CAN HAVE A SUPPORTED LIFE These characteristics should also be valid for identifying an organism on Mars as insect-like. On these bases, Mars rover photographs can see arthropods similar to insect forms. "
" Many images showed clear flight behavior. "according to Romoser's findings, as" creatures "are spotted loosely resembling, gliding or carpenter bees. He also says that other images show" bees "that appear to live in caves, while other images" show a fossilized creature that looks like
A prominent entomologist acknowledged that interpretations of images may change in the future, but the amount of evidence he has uncovered so far is overwhelming.
"The presence of higher Mars metazoan organisms suggests whose tri-energy / energy sources and processes, food chains and cobwebs and water as elements functioning in a viable, albeit extreme, environmental environment sufficient to sustain life, ”he continued, adding that in some images cases of standing water or moving water.
"The evidence presented here for the life of Mars provides a strong basis for many other important biological as well as social and political issues," added Romoser. "This is also a solid justification for further exploration."
The upcoming NASA Mars 2020 rover, which will land on Feb. 18, 2021, will look for signs of fossilized evidence of alien beings as it examines the crater of Jesse.
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