(Mirror Daily, United States) – A researcher claims that NASA has been covering up evidence on alien fossils for years. Dr Barry DiGregorio suggests that the footage from NASA’s robotic explorer sent to Mars proves his theory.
DiGregorio accuses the U.S. space agency of hiding the remains of what may seem “soft bodied creatures” in plain sight as Curiosity rover’s pictures show. Curiosity is currently on the Martian surface, constantly beaming back imagery to Earth.
NASA replied to the researcher’s assumption that the shapes he believes are alien fossils are just rock crystals, which Curiosity is analyzing. DiGregorio, on the other hand, insists that such “rock crystals” have not been spotted on Mars to date.
He thinks that what NASA calls rocks are trace fossils of alien creatures. The former University of Buckingham researcher explained that crystals don’t branch or twist, but fossils do.
DiGregorio said he plans to find other scientists that share his views to further study the ‘evidence’. When the study is completed, a full report will be published din a peer-reviewed journal.
NASA Covering Up Martian Alien Life
The study plans to prove that NASA is covering up the existence of an ancient alien race which lived on Mars. The scientist believes that an ancient lake on the Red Planet once hosted alien life. DiGregorio has even accused NASA of “avoiding looking for life.”
The agency is now getting ready for a manned mission to Mars which is scheduled for the 2030s. NASA JPL Curiosity team did not rule out the presence of alien fossils, but added that it is safe not to jump to conclusions after a first impression.
Meanwhile, a British author claims that UFO sightings are in fact U.S. military aircraft. Mark Pilkington, who has been researching UFOs and other unexplained phenomena for decades, accused the CIA and U.S. government of tricking the world into believing that UFOs exist by employing secret technology to make the aircraft look like alien space crafts.
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