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    Why did NASA’s rover just find a ‘cannonball’ on Mars?

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    Humanity has still yet to find real, concrete, scientifically-supported evidence of extraterrestrial life. We’ve gotten pretty close, and discovered some chemical markers and other indications that might suggest life once existed somewhere other than Earth, but the hunt is still on for indisputable proof. Well, some Mars watchers now believe they’ve found it, and it’s in the form of a “cannonball.”

    An oddly-shaped object was captured on camera by the Mars Curiosity rover, lying on the dusty, rocky, red-tinted surface of the planet. It’s a ball, and it looks completely out of place. A bluish-grey orb sitting atop of a sea of red. Alien hunters say it’s a cannonball, launched during an ancient Martian war. NASA, as you might expect, says they’re crazy.

    If you haven’t been following the never-ending flow of conspiracy theories related to Mars lately, let me get you caught up: NASA has taken lots of photos of the planet with its various rovers and orbiters, and then releases huge dumps of those images to the public. When that happens, amateur astronomers and alien hunters always find some kind of “evidence” that suggests Mars was once inhabited by an alien civilization. NASA always has an explanation for these sightings, but they fall on deaf ears, and the Mars alien cover-up conspiracy is born anew.

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