- Entomologist William Romoser gave a presentation this week, claiming that NASA photographs show evidence of creatures, some still alive, on the red planet.
- Romoser worked as a professor of entomology at the University of Ohio for four decades.
- It is likely that the real phenomenon in Romoser's work is pareidolia – a tendency to “see” recognizable shapes among random visual data.
A photograph captured by Mars by NASA's rover revealed the greatest scientific discovery ever: evidence of extraterrestrial life.
Or, you know, evidence of foreign rocks. You're a judge.
Entomologist William Romoser gave a poster presentation on Tuesday, November 19, at the National Meeting of the American Society of Entomology in St. Petersburg. Louis in Missouri. He claimed his analysis of NASA images proves conclusive evidence of the existence of life on Mars, including insect and reptile creatures, some of which still live there today.
"There was and still is life on Mars," Romoser said. "There is an apparent diversity among Martian insect-like fauna that exhibits many Terran insect-like functions that are interpreted as advanced groups – such as the presence of wings, wing bending, agile glide / fly and various structured leg elements."
(NASA / JPL ; William Romoser / Ohio University)
"Once a clear picture of the form has been identified and described, it was useful in facilitating the recognition of other less clear but still valid pictures of the same basic form," Romoser said.
photo, Romoser played with factors such as saturation, brightness and contrast, but according to a press release from the company, he did not add or remove any content from the photo.
(NASA / JPL; William Romoser / Ohio University) Exoskeleton and articulated pendants are sufficient to prove identification as an arthropod. body area, one pair of antennas and six legs, sufficient to establish identification as "insects" on Earth. These characteristics should also apply to the identification of an organism on Mars as an insect. On these foundations can be seen in the articles Mars Rover arthropodan, insect forms. "
(NASA / JPL; William Romoser University / Ohio)
Romoser said some of the animals he saw in the pictures were similar to a carpenter. bees and snakes. It is a bold and probably false statement. This is not the first time that Romoser reported the "evidence" of life on Mars. In 2017 and 2018, he published two reports describing "unidentified air phenomena" on the red planet. Amanda Kooser wrote for CNET the most likely phenomenon leading Romoser's findings is pareidolia, which is our tendency to "see" recognizable shapes of almost everything, from pancakes to the flame of Notre Dame fire to Mars rover photographs.
Back to Earth, Romoser spent 45 years professor of entomology at the University of Ohio, where he co-founded the Institute of Tropical Diseases. Infectious Diseases, and has authored and co-authored four editions of the widely used textbook, " Entomology Science (19459019)."
(NASA / JPL; William Romoser / Ohio University)
Romoser said at least this week that his findings suggest that scientists should look for life on Mars.
"The evidence presented here on life on Mars provides a strong basis for many other important biological, as well as social and political issues," he added. “It also represents a solid justification for further study.”
Next year, the Mars 2020 rover plans to do just that, the main goal will be to seek past microbial life.
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