NASA conspiracy? Space agency’s Mars rover accused of covering-up Red Planet water find

US space agency NASA’s Mars Curiosity rover was sent to the Red Planet to answer the ultimate question: did Mars ever have the right environmental conditions to support alien life. Early in its mission, the NASA unmanned probe’s scientific tools spotted verified chemical and mineral signs of past habitable environments on Mars. Now a self-styled alien life expert believes NASA is covering-up evidence of liquid water – the basis of life – on Mars.

The outlandish claims relate to an image taken by the Mars Curiosity’s right-hand Mastcam on Sol 712 (August 7, at 2.38 UTC)

What I found here is water leaking out of some rocks on a hillside

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Scott Waring took to his etdatatbase.com blog to speculate wildly about the alleged UFO sighting.

He wrote: “What I found here is water leaking out of some rocks on a hillside.

“This photo was taken back in Aug 2014 and I found it just a few months later.

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NASA conspiracy? (Image: NASA )

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NASA conspiracy? Curiosity last year drilled a 2-inch-deep hole into the Martian soil (Image: NASA)

“Yet NASA never declared finding this water at this location.”

Mr Waring accused the revered US space agency of hypocrisy after quoting a former NASA associate administrator.

Former NASA astronaut John Grunsfeld famously said in 2015: “Our quest on Mars has been to follow the water.”

Waring continued: “And yet, they ignored this water flow and never told the news or the public about the rover’s findings.

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“They must have seen this, look how big and obvious the water flow is.

“It is impossible to miss it. So, the only other answer is NASA decided to hide it from the public.

“The rover could have easily analysed and tested this liquid to see if its water or something else, but again, NASA has not said or posted any more about this photo.”

Waring continued by bizarrely claiming NASA is colluding in concealing its discoveries from the public.

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NASA conspiracy? Curiosity’s poses for a selfie at Aberlady and Kilmarie (Image: NASA)

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NASA conspiracy? The Mars rover is attempting to navigate up Mount Sharp (Image: NASA)

He wrote: “I wonder just how much they know and how much they found?

“I bet they have found a half dozen living species on Mars already.

“Remember how the first life in space was announced by Russian astronauts who found large plankton growing on the solar panels of the space station a few years ago? Yeah … NASA didn’t do that … Russia did.

“Remember that gel found on the moon this week by the Chinese moon rover Jade Rabbit? Yeah … that wasn’t NASA too.

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NASA conspiracy? NASA’s Curiosity rover is spotted examining a location called “Woodland Bay (Image: NASA)

“If we want discloser of the truth about alien species, we have to rely on other sources instead of NASA.”

NASA actually announced evidence of liquid water on Mars in 2015.

The space agency said in a statement: “Dark, narrow, 100 metre-long streaks called recurring slope lineae flowing downhill on Mars are inferred to have been formed by contemporary flowing water.

“Recently, planetary scientists detected hydrated salts on these slopes at Hale crater, corroborating their original hypothesis that the streaks are indeed formed by liquid water.”

MH370 investigator’s ‘puzzling’ discovery after Boeing mechanic’s water leak confession

MH370 departed from Kuala Lumpur Airport on March 8, 2014, destined for Beijing, China, with 239 people on board. The Boeing 777 last communicated with air traffic control at 1:19am while travelling over the South China Sea, before disappearing altogether. However, air crash investigator Christine Negroni says there is a possibility a water leak may be to blame for the loss of the plane.

She claimed during her book “The Crash Detectives”  that Boeing plane are susceptible to leaking into the electronics bay.

She wrote last year: “On the Boeing 747 and other Boeing jetliners, including the 777 and 767, there is a galley located above the electronics and equipment room, called the E&E bay. 

“On Qantas Flight 2, a flood from the gallery above cause water to flow into this area – this was not a one-time event.

“During its investigation, the Australian Transport Safety Bureau discovered that electronics equipment in the bay had been “repeatedly subjected” to liquid beyond what it was designed to handle.

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“When the ATSB set out to find similar events, it turned up five on large jetliners, four on Beoings and one on an Airbus A300 – and those were just the ones serious enough to have caused a safety event in flight.”

Ms Negroni put this theory to a mechanic she knew, who wished to remain anonymous.

She added: “I’ve learned that on airplanes with galleys located above electrical equipment, mechanics often see leaking.

“I was told by a mechanic, called Fred, for a major American airline ‘The 777 has an avionics bay below the first-class galley.

“‘When a crew reports water, it is required by the manual to inspect the avionics bay for leaks from water penetration.’

A few days after Fred told me this, he sent me a video in which I could clearly see water dropping onto the floor of a cramped and noisy equipment room.

Ms Negroni theorised that the leak could have something to do with a “puzzling” occurrence during the flight.

She continued: “I asked ‘where did you get this,’ thinking Fred had found the footage on YouTube, but no, he’d shot the video himself on a Boeing 767.

“I started to think maybe some water-induced intermittent electrical problem could have produced the various failures on Malaysia 370, including the puzzling power down and subsequent restoration of communication at 2:25 am, that no one has been able to explain.

“So I asked the ATSB, when Flight 2 lost most power on January 7, 2008, did it cause a termination in the link to the satellite? Could this issue with water damaging the electronics affect satellite communication?

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“The ATSB did not know.”

Ms Negroni detailed her full theory on what happened later in her book.

She stated: “My theory is that an electrical malfunction knocked out the systems on the Boeing 777 and that the plane lost pressurisation incapacitating the pilots.

Whatever happened, it could not have caused damage serious enough to affect the airworthiness of the plane, since it flew on until running out of fuel many hours later.

Likely, the men in the cockpit were overcome by the altitude sickness known as hypoxia, which robbed them of the ability to think clearly and land the plane safely.

“Many of the links in the bizarre chain of events that night can be explained by hypoxia, because past cases have shown how rapidly those who fall victim to it turn imbecilic.”

Man Cooks Pork Chop That Resembles Freddie Mercury, Then Eats It

They don’t give pork chops Oscars, but a British man recently purchased one that could rival actor Rami Malek in its portrayal of Freddie Mercury.

Derek Simms was cooking dinner for himself and his wife when he suddenly looked at the chop frying in the pan and saw an image of Queen’s lead singer staring him in the face.

“I’ve never seen anything like it,” the 47-year-old engineer told the British news agency SWNS. “I’ve cooked a lot of things and lived a lot of years, but I’ve never seen my food resemble a celebrity before.”

The pork chop in question. 



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The pork chop in question. 

Simms and his wife, Donna, took photos of the pork chop, but it wasn’t long before another one bit the dust (if you get our drift).

“We looked at it for a minute or two but we were both hungry so I ended up eating it,” he said. “I’m a big fan. I never saw him live but I would have loved to.”

While some might say seeing an iconic singer’s face in your dinner is a miracle, science attributes it to pareidolia, the human tendency to see patterns in randomness.

Researchers at Northwestern University say the human brain is wired to look for familiarity and meaning even in the most abstract squiggles.

This phenomenon allows humans to, say, look at a baseball cap and a fedora and know right away that both are hats.

UFO sighting: ‘Alien white disk’ spotted flying through erupting volcano

Grainy live cam footage of the erupting Popocatépetl Volcano appears to show an unexplained object skimming the top of a the smoke plume. The footage, timestamped as taking place on 8.15am on August 19 this year, has been described “maybe the best sighting of 2019”. Self-styled extraterrestrial life advocate Scott Waring took to his etdatatbase.com blog to speculate about the alleged UFO sighting.

He said: “I believe I have recorded video of an actual UFO over a Mexican volcano via a live cam.

“The object does not appear to be an aeroplane and it is flying over a live volcano which erupts every 10 to 12 hours.”

Mr Waring proceeds to slow the footage down to allow viewers to watch the mystery object seemingly streak only just above the plume spewing from the volcano’s mouth.

He added: “Who would endanger an entire jet by flying over the mouth of a volcano? I don’t think anyone would do that.

“The mouth of a volcano itself is about 600m (2,000ft) across, so whatever is flying over the volcano’s mouth is about 200m (700ft) long.

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“Now, I don’t know of any 200m-long aeroplanes, but this looks really big to me.”

Mr Waring also points to how the apparent UFO is not visible in the split-screen of the volcano footage.

He said: “The UFO is totally invisible. This is just another camera of the same volcano in a different position.

“It doesn’t makes sense to me. How could it not show up on the another cam?

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“That sounds like the cloaking technology of aliens to me. So I’m calling this a real UFO.

“I have been watching this volcano for years and I used to catch some good stuff here.

“But I have never ever seen an aeroplane flying over this live volcano.

“This volcano erupted only a few hours prior, making this just unbelievable to me.”

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Mr Waring later transforms the video into a negative format, then focuses the footage with additional contrast.

He said: “It looks like a disk – you can see the bottom of it is a little bit lower and the higher part is curved.

“Guys this screenshot doesn’t lie: you don’t see any contrails, any wings and even a cockpit.

“I have never seen anything this close and this out-of-focus.”

Scores of comments were left on the ET Data Base YouTube channel only hours after the mystifying footage was uploaded.

Reinaldo Guimaraes Ferreira commented: “Maybe the best sighting of 2019. Excellent video. “

Mike Littlejohn added: “After you changed the contrast it seems to have that(I’ll just say energy field) around it.”

However YouTube user Joshua Says revealed he was less than convinced by the dubious alien UFO claim, writing: “Looks like a conventional aircraft and is probably closer to the camera and further from the volcano thank you think.”

Life after death: Why scientist declared ‘there IS an afterlife – Memories are separate!’

James Porter Morland is an American philosopher who currently serves as a distinguished professor at Talbot School of Theology at Biola University in California. As a dedicated Christian, he declared during Amazon Prime’s “Closer To Truth” series that there is an afterlife. However, besides his faith, Dr Morland also claimed to have scientific evidence to support his views.

He said in 2014: “Well I think there are certain pieces of evidence that there is an afterlife.

“The first branch of evidence is theistic-dependent. 

“In other words, whether it’s reasonable to believe in an afterlife or not depends on whether you also think it’s rational to believe in God.

“Since I think it’s rational to believe that God exists, then I have a reason for thinking there’s an afterlife.

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“Then he has done there and told us about it and I’m going to listen to what he has to say.”

Dr Morland went on to detail another well-documented reason for believing in an afterlife.

“The second are a bevvy of near-death experiences where people learn things there is absolutely no way they could know and are impossible to adequately explain through deprivation to the brain of oxygen.

“The truth is there is no scientific approach to how we die, just scientists who have their own approach.

“And scientists differ on the question and they differ as philosophers, not scientists.

“The question of whether the mind or consciousness can exist outside the brain is not a scientific question.

“Let me dispute the claim that everything can be rooted in the brain, if that’s true, there’s no free will.”

However, Dr Morland took things one step further, claiming the brain does not store memories.

He concluded: “That means that consciousness is an epiphenomenon, it’s a byproduct, it’s caused by the brain, but it doesn’t, in turn, cause anything.

“If that’s true, then the acceptance of scientific theories is determined by your brain chemistry.

“The idea that memories are in the brain is absolutely gobbledy-gook – it makes no sense at all.

“Memories aren’t the sort of thing that can be spatially located in a piece of chemistry.”

However, most scientists are not in agreement. 

Sean Carroll, a cosmologist and physics professor at the California Institute of Technology, claimed to have put the debate to bed after extensively studying the laws of physics.

Trump Declares This ‘The Age Of Trump.’ Twitter Users Offer Some Other Names.

President Donald Trump is known for slapping his name on things, and on Wednesday he tried to do it to an entire age. 

Specifically, the “Age of Trump.” 

In a tweet attacking the media, Trump said: “When the ‘Age of Trump’ is looked back on many years from now, I only hope that a big part of my legacy will be the exposing of massive dishonesty in the Fake News!”

The tweet caused “Age of Trump” to trend. But it wasn’t exactly full of reflections on a new Golden Age. Much of it was criticism, memes and jokes such as these:  

UFO sighting: Google Maps spies 33M-wide ‘alien craft’ in Area 51

Area 51 is the top-secret US Air Force facility based at southern Nevada’s Groom Lake. The isolated air base has long fascinated conspiracy theorists who believe it to be where the US government hides alien bodies and UFOs. Now a 2010 Google Maps aerial image purporting to show a UFO half-hidden under a hanger has resurfaced, further fuelling the supposed evidence of extraterrestrials.

Self-styled ET enthusiast Scott Waring took to his etdatatbase.com blog to speculate about his highly-dubious discovery.

You can see this UFO parked underneath this hanger

Scott Waring

Mr Waring said: “They actually built this whole thing for a disk they already had.

“Maybe they flew it over from Area S4 or something.

“(Fellow alien life advocate) Bob Lazar said they had eight or six UFOs already.

“You can see this UFO parked underneath this hanger.”

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UFO sighting: A supposed alien UFO has been spotted in Area 51 (Image: Google Maps/Getty)

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UFO sighting: This photograph was taken Salem, Massachusetts, in August 1952 (Image: Getty)

The circular-shaped object is seen to be connected to tubes resembling air conditioning units.

Mr Waring added: “I was at a strategic air command base, the highest security base for the air force, and they don’t have hangers like that.

“None of the hangers have a round door.

“So what is this and why are there four different air conditioning units hooked up to this?

“I have never seen that many air conditioning units hooked-up to a hanger before.”

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Waring precedes to measure the supposed UFO using sophisticated photo editing software.

The apparently round shape is found to have a diameter of 33 metres (108ft).

Mr Waring continued: “Some people say this is Area S6, others it is Area S4.

“But it really doesn’t matter what we call the area – what matters is we have found a UFO there.”

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UFO sighting: Does this photograph show a UFO half-hidden under a hanger? (Image: Google Maps)

The alien life enthusiast concluded his spurious report by attacking Google for classifying his UFO finds as “fake news”.

He said: “I reported this UFO a long time ago, in 2010, but now Google’s algorithm is attacking us.

“Google’s algorithms are attacking all us UFO researchers everywhere.

“YouTube is attacking anything they believe to be fake news.”

The recently-resurfaced aerial photographs immediately attracted scores of comments on YouTube

Liz M wrote: “Truth be known, if Google had NEVER stepped in your channel would have SEVERAL million SUBS by now!”

Jocelyn Webb appeared to agree, commenting: “They try to censor us but with your help the word is getting out.”

However, Doom Punk is less than convinced by Waring’s bizarre claims, commenting: “The circular area that was in question was just newer formed concrete following the curve of the new hanger during construction.”

MH370 investigator exposes clue co-pilot flew solo for 30 minutes – ‘It fits the facts’

Malaysia Airlines flight 370 departed from Kuala Lumpur Airport on March 8, 2014, destined for Beijing, China, with 239 people on board. The Boeing 777 last communicated with air traffic control at 1:19am while travelling over the South China Sea, before disappearing altogether. However, leading air crash investigator Christine Negroni says she can pinpoint the exact moment the plane went missing, and that it might prove the co-pilot was in charge.

She claimed during her book “The Crash Detectives”  that the plane suffered a sudden depressurisation while Captain Zaharie Shah was out of the cockpit.

She claims the plane’s flight path proves co-pilot Fariq Abdul Hamid took control and he headed somewhere familiar.

She wrote last year: “In the case of Malaysia 370, a loss of pressurisation mishandled by the pilot is neither farfetched nor unprecedented, it fits the facts we know.

“By 1:52am, Fariq had taken the plane back across Malaysia and to Penang. 

Fariq Hamid may have flown solo for 30 minutes

Fariq Hamid may have flown solo for 30 minutes (Image: INSTAGRAM/GETTY)

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MH370 left Kuala Lumpur on March 8 (Image: GETTY)

It fits the facts

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“Here he made yet another decision explicable only by a hypoxia-induced, half-witted state. 

“He turned the plane north, perhaps he had the intention of landing at Langkawi International Airport, where he had learned to fly.”

Ms Negroni thinks Mr Hamid faced difficulties while trying to bring the plane down somewhere he knew.

She added: “Surely the airfield was as familiar to him as his own driveway, and the runway was nearly two thousand feet longer than that at Penang.

“He would be coming in heavy, with much of the fuel loaded on the plane in Kuala Lumpur still in the tanks.

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Captain Zaharie Shah was supposed to be in control

Captain Zaharie Shah was supposed to be in control (Image: YOUTUBE)

“If Fariq did any mental processing at all, he may have concluded the more runway, the better, and Langkawi had a lot of it.

“Yet I think he was no longer doing much reasoning, because his ability to do that was long gone.”

Ms Negrone then went on to explain how the co-pilot may have been in charge of the plane for more than half an hour before succumbing to oxygen deprivation. 

She concluded: “Turning to the northwest, MH370 continued to fly, there was no effort to descend or to begin an approach to the airport.

“Fariq had been flying for 32 minutes since the occurrence of whatever caused the flight to go a-miss.

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Five years have passed since the disappearance

Five years have passed since the disappearance (Image: GETTY)

“Still at cruise altitude, the plane passed over VAMPI – one of the many navigational waypoints in the sky.

“Then it flew north of the next one – MEKAR – disappearing for good somewhere at the northern-most part of Sumatra.”

Ms Negroni detailed her full theory on what happened later in her book.

She stated: “My theory is that an electrical malfunction knocked out the systems on the Boeing 777 and that the plane lost pressurisation incapacitating the pilots.

More than 200 people were on board the jet

More than 200 people were on board the jet (Image: GETTY)

“Whatever happened, it could not have caused damage serious enough to affect the airworthiness of the plane, since it flew on until running out of fuel many hours later.

Likely, the men in the cockpit were overcome by the altitude sickness known as hypoxia, which robbed them of the ability to think clearly and land the plane safely.

“Many of the links in the bizarre chain of events that night can be explained by hypoxia, because past cases have shown how rapidly those who fall victim to it turn imbecilic.”

However, this idea is just one theory among hundreds of others proposed over the last five years.

Mom Fighting To Keep Vanity License Plate That Reads ‘PB4WEGO’

ROCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A New Hampshire woman is fighting the state Department of Motor Vehicles over her 15-year-old vanity license plate showing a common parental phrase.

Seacoastonline.com reports Wendy Auger, of Rochester, has been asked to surrender the plate, which reads “PB4WEGO.” The state says phrases related to excretory acts aren’t permitted.

Auger’s appealing. She asked: “Who has a mom or dad or parental figure who hasn’t said that to kids before leaving the house?”

She’s one of 92 New Hampshire drivers who received vanity plate recall letters this year. State records show there are 152,028 vanity plates on the road in New Hampshire.

A DMV spokesperson said plates must be rejected “when they do not conform to legal requirements.” The spokesperson said the state cannot comment on the specifics of Auger’s case.

Life after death: Scientist’s shock theory on Heaven revealed – ‘Didn’t hear it from me’ 

Nancy Murphy is Professor of Christian Philosophy at Fuller Theological Seminary in California, who believes in an afterlife. Dr Murphy’s research interests focus on the role of modern and postmodern philosophy in shaping Christian theology, on relations between theology and science and most recently on the philosophy of neuroscience. However, as a dedicated Christian herself, Dr Murphy has some personal views.

Speaking during Amazon Prime’s “Closer to Truth” series, she outlined why she thinks her belief outweighs scientific evidence.

She said in 2014: “I’m certainly convinced there is an afterlife. 

“It comes as an absolutely essential central part of the package of my whole Christian tradition.

“I don’t think that I could provide an independent reason to believe in it, and so it’s a matter of providing reasons to accept the tradition as a whole.

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Nancey Murphy believes in an afterlife (Image: GETTY/AMAZON)

The scientist appeared on an Amazon Prime documentary

The scientist appeared on an Amazon Prime documentary (Image: AMAZON)

I’m certainly convinced there is an afterlife

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“I believe that those Christians who say that Christianity is just about how we live out lives in this world and then you die.

“I think they’ve completely missed the point.”

Dr Murphy went on to detail how she believes that one day God will resurrect the dead, as promised in the Bible.

She added: “Easter is the central Christian holiday, it’s the celebration of Jesus rising from the dead, and it’s the promise that we too, will rise from the dead.

“We’re going to be talking [in the afterlife].

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She believes the Bible tells the truth

She believes the Bible tells the truth (Image: GETTY)

“Christians have inherited a sort of sterile notion of eternal bliss, sitting on clouds, strumming harps or whatever.

“But my own idea of Heaven comes from conversations like this and also so many dinner conversations I’ve had with friends.”

Dr Murphy finalised her claim with what she thinks may happen next.

She continued: “Finally, I have figured out what we are going to do with that infinite amount of time in heaven.

“Jesus said there would be no marriage in heaven.

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Dr Murphy expects to go to Heaven

Dr Murphy expects to go to Heaven (Image: GETTY)

The pair discussed Dr Murphy's shock theory

The pair discussed Dr Murphy’s shock theory (Image: AMAZON)

“I don’t know if that means we’ll be celibate or not – but you didn’t hear that from me.”

It comes after a scientist declared he had “compelling and intriguing” evidence of an afterlife during the same series.

Stephen Braude, professor of philosophy at the University of Maryland said: “Yeah, I think it’s [an afterlife] realistic because there are a number of compelling types of evidence.

“Whether it’s evidence suggesting reincarnation, or whether it’s evidence from people who apparently provide communications from deceased friends and relatives.

“There’s also some intriguing new evidence from heart and lung transplant cases where recipients take on personality characteristics of the donors of whom they knew nothing.”

However, most scientists are not in agreement. 

Sean Carroll, a cosmologist and physics professor at the California Institute of Technology, claimed to have put the debate to bed after extensively studying the laws of physics.

He said in 2018: “Claims that some form of consciousness persists after our bodies die and decay into their constituent atoms face one huge, insuperable obstacle.

“The laws of physics underlying everyday life are completely understood, and there’s no way within those laws to allow for the information stored in our brains to persist after we die.

“It’s really nothing but atoms and the known forces, there is clearly no way for the soul to survive death. 

“Believing in life after death, to put it mildly requires physics beyond the Standard Model.”