Scientist Sues NASA for Failing to Investigate Life on Mars
NASA has recently released photos of a strange, shiny, “thing” that appeared on the Martian ground, in a place where it hadn’t been just 12 days before. The US space agency announced it was a rock, but the pictures they have first released were low-resolution, black and white.
NASA has later released the pictures in color, but once again, in low resolution. Also, without properly investigating the mysterious object, NASA rushed to label it as a rock.
In the meanwhile, the US space agency declared that after looking at it with a microscope, they are certain it is a rock – and we have to take their word for it.
Image Source: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell Univ./Arizona State Univ. Still, this does not explain its sudden and mysterious appearance in a spot where it was not, only 12 days before. In NASA’s opinion, the rock was moved to that position by one of the Rover’s wheels and as a result the “rock” was also flipped, hence exposing a different angle.
“Much of the rock is bright-toned, nearly white,” NASA said in a statement on Tuesday. “A portion is deep red in color. Pinnacle Island may have been flipped upside-down when a wheel dislodged it, providing an unusual circumstance for examining the underside of a Martian rock.”  The explanation did not satisfied the author of scientific publications, Rhawn Joseph PhD, who believes that we might have stumbled across an alien biological organism.
Therefore, Rhawn Joseph, is suing the space agency for refusing to properly investigate the mysterious finding, as any scientist would do. In his opinion, NASA is not doing everything in their power to investigate the possibility of extraterrestrial life on Mars.
“The refusal to take close up photos from various angles… to take microscopic images of the specimen… to release high resolution photos, is inexplicable, recklessly negligent, and bizarre,” Rhawn Joseph declared.
NASA is yet to make a comment on the lawsuit, but you can check it out bellow:
By Alexander Light, HumansAreFree.com;