There has been a growing skepticism about the truth behind NASA’s claims of rovers on Mars, sending back photographs of the planet’s surface.
Among those questioning the validity of NASA’s claims is the editor of ufosightingsdaily.co Scott C. Waring. After analyzing the many photos that have been published and finding a growing list of items that caused him to second guess where the pictures were actually taken, he wrote:
“Evidence that the Mars rover is not on Mars at all is growing. In the color photos, 90 percent of time NASA puts it into false color, with a red filter to make the photo look like a red planet. This may be a psychological trick to convince the public it really is Mars.”
He went on to further break down his findings in the photos, stating:
“The real color of the sky is blue in original color NADA photos and there were white clouds! That should not be possible on Mars… and yet, it’s in NASA photos. We found animals, a hairy monkey, squirrel, lizard, rat, rabbit, bison and two gorillas. It’s a freaking zoo on Mars if its really there.”
This infographic outlines some of the inconsistencies of the Mars rover photos:
There is even question whether the images were taken using the Curiosity and Opportunity rovers, or whether they are actually taken with the smaller, more practical and easier to handle ‘baby brothers’ that NASA has ben developing.
One theory is that the photos are actually being taken on Devon Island, an uninhabited island in the Arctic Circle, just off the Canadian mainland, on which they have admitted to testing rovers previously. Waring even added, “If you look at Devon Island on Google Earth, you see two HD photos of NASA scientists in suits and driving the Mars rover.”
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