Scientists Say Alien Spaceship Crashed On Mars

Could there be life on Mars? Recent research suggests that a potential explanation for the perplexing new discoveries on the Red Planet’s surface could be an alien crash landing.

In April, NASA’s Curiosity Rover took images of intriguing spiked protrusions on Mars’ surface. These peculiar formations depict what appears to be a series of spikes and sharp angles emerging from rocks at the base of the 154km long Gale Crater.

The unusual finding has placed scientists on high alert, as it stands out as one of the most peculiar occurrences ever recorded on the Martian surface.

Astrobiologist Dr. Nathalie Cabrol, affiliated with the NASA Ames Research Centre and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) Institute, went as far as to describe the discovery as the “most bizarre” rock she has encountered during her 20 years of studying the planet.

The irregularity of these findings is so striking that experts cannot dismiss the possibility that they may have an extraterrestrial origin.

The authors of the new research published in the Journal of Astrobiology emphasized that “a fragment from an extraterrestrial or terrestrial spacecraft cannot be discounted with absolute certainty.”

Two potential explanations for the peculiar protrusions have been proposed. One suggests that they could be “sand spikes,” a phenomenon that occurs in certain sands due to powerful earthquakes. Alternatively, another theory posits that the formations might be debris from a crashed spacecraft.

Interestingly, the authors of the study have not ruled out the possibility that these formations could be the result of human-launched crafts landing on the Martian surface. Further investigation is required to determine the true origin of these intriguing features.

The paper suggests that due to the occurrence of potentially 10 or more craft crashing on the Martian surface, along with equipment being jettisoned during rover landings, there is a possibility that the spikes and their substrate could be human-made.

It is speculated that these formations might be composed of debris that fell onto the surface of Gale Crater as a result of these past space missions and landings. However, further investigation and analysis are essential to confirm this hypothesis conclusively.

Despite the absence of any visible debris field or evidence of additional debris originating from Earth, the researchers point out that the spikes’ small size, lack of known human-made analogs, and the absence of a logical explanation for their purpose make it unlikely that these specimens are remnants of craft or equipment that fell into Gale Crater.

As a result, the possibility of an extraterrestrial origin is left open to speculation. Further study and analysis are needed to shed more light on the true nature and origin of these enigmatic spikes on the Martian surface.

Professor Richard Armstrong from Aston University, Birmingham, expressed his perspective on the matter, stating that while there is no definitive way to prove the exact nature of the spikes, the preponderance of evidence leans toward them being “sand spikes” formed as a consequence of seismic activity on Mars.

This view implies that natural geological processes could be responsible for the peculiar formations rather than extraterrestrial or human-made origins. Nevertheless, as scientific understanding of Mars continues to evolve, ongoing research and examination of the evidence will be crucial to unraveling the mystery behind these intriguing spikes.

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  1. There is no atmosphere on mars to support a helicopter yet they sold that lie… now they need aliens to cover up their BS… so prepare for Bluebeam

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