The NASA Curiosity Rover has been exploring Mars since landing in the Red Planet's Gale Crater in August 2012. The NASA Mars Rover has since traveled 20.91 km to identify Biosignatures of molecular life. But an intelligent alien life conspiracy theorist now believes that Curiosity has found conclusive photographic evidence that once upon a time there was a technologically advanced alien life on Mars.
He said, "What really makes this interesting is that you have a connection block in the top left that resembles a magic cube." Extinct extraterrestrial activity on Mars.
He said, "Mars was destroyed by something. Some people say it was an interplanetary war, others say it was an asteroid. But something jacked it up.
"This was definitely an area where there was water.
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Well-known UFO conspiracy theorist Scott Waring moderated the video on his beloved etdatabase.com website.
And Mr Waring shares Whatsupinthesky's bizarre interpretation for rock music. shaped anomaly.
He wrote: "The object is a clear indication that intelligent beings once lived on this planet
" One of the objects has a glass shape that has fallen on its side.
"Of course it's not glass, it's clear that it's more hi-tech than that with all its pipes that move down its side.
"It has many layers and was obviously a kind of mechanical developer ice. "
Whatsupinthesky27 not only points out the oddly shaped anomaly in the rubble of the Red Planet, but also criticizes the apparent blurring of areas in this and other images on Mars.
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The YouTube Moderator said, "They seem to be here for no reason except that they were dropped off by NASA or that Curiosity's camera can do just that. I always said, every time you do this obtained straight blur lines, the images seem to have been manipulated.
Every time we see these blur marks, it annoys me because who knows what was there?
"The squaring of the blocks simply makes no sense to me, unless it's done automatically."