The conspiracy theorists of alien life for decades have dumped photos of Mars, searching for evidence of alien intelligence – despite all signs of non-existence. . However, UFO hunter Scott Waring was among those still not discouraged.
His latest bizarre statement comes in the form of an archived panorama taken by NASA’s Curiosity Mars explorer.
A gigapan image verified by NASA was taken by a space agency probe on May 5, the 595 day Mars of its mission.
Mr. Waring took to his blog ET Data Base to speculate about an oddly shaped anomaly object located near the top of a deserted hill on Mars.
“I was looking through some NASA Mars pictures and came across something on top of a hill,”; he said. A structure.
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Redneck Anomalies seemed to be convinced by the statement, asking: “Who has ever seen sand blowing in perfect lines and 90 degrees?”
And the Arch Angel viewer agrees with the comment: “Found well, looks like the top of a building area, maybe windows have been built around the top to be able to look out.”
What is more likely, however, is that the alien discoveries are simply pareidolia’s problem.
Pareidolia, a form of apophenia, is an effect that makes people see recognizable shapes and patterns in places where they don’t exist.
“Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon in which people see recognizable shapes in clouds, rocks, or unrelated objects or data,” NASA said.
“There are many examples of this phenomenon on Earth and in space.”