NASA's Curiosity Rover Finds Alien Remains on Mars

The Marian Cat statue remains
The Marian Cat statue remains
An outline version
An outline version

At first, when you look at the photo taken by NASA's Curiosity Rover on Mars, nothing major stands out as if "in your face", but the longer you look at it, you realize that what was discovered is not like the typical Martian landscape seen in other photos it has taken. Is it real or just a figment of the viewers imagination?

The rocks do possess some oddities not typical with random boulders or rocks, there does seem to be some structure or non-natural look about some of them. The rover seems to have found an ancient alien cat-like statue that has crumbled apart over time leaving just some remains. Some naysayers state that psychologists call it pareidolia, the viewer is seeing something that they want to see but is not there. Maybe. The rover did recently discover methane gas on Mars, which greatly shocked NASA scientists. There have traces of some sort of life on the planet now long extinct.

As far as pareidolia, when I first saw the photo, while I did not see the cat instantly, I did think that something was odd or structured and not just random rocks. When I looked at the defined image- knowing where to look- the cat, especially the head, became clear. In fact, the nose part of the cat now stands out. NASA received thousands of photos from the rover and culls over them and publishes them. Some have accused NASA of editing out paranormal or alien-UFO images. The only purpose in that would be keep a discovery quiet, but why? NASA is looking for life on Mars and this might be proof something was there centuries ago before the water dried up. They have found dried river beds or canals made by some liquid.

As far as the Mars cat statue, NASA has said it is just keeping an open mind about it.

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