In the latest claim, alien chasers revealed the existence of lakes of water on Mars. These allegations were published in a video on Youtube.
So far NASA has found no evidence of significant surface water, or that even minuscule life forms do or previously existed on Mars.
But, UFO believers, who scour NASA images of the Red Planet for evidence of alien life claim to have gone several stages better and found H2O in abundance, possibly supporting life.
YouTube channel WhatsUpInTheSky37 was first to announce the so-called discovery in a web video.
Will Farrar, who runs the channel, said in a blurb about the video: “We now have more than five or six very good shots from the air that seem to show frozen or warm water lakes sitting on the Martian surface.
“This has never been addressed by NASA since we are still looking for these “minuscule” traces of life and water. I ask you to use your judgement on this one. What does this look like to you?”
In the video he said: “This one seems to have dark sediment flowing into it. There is not much more to say other than it looks like trees and alike. I would love to know from someone who doesn’t think that this is standing water.”
Viewers of the video seemed fairly convinced.
J collins posted: “It’s something. It doesn’t look like surrounding land. It absolutely LOOKS like a lake, but we just have no way of knowing for sure, and that’s frustrating.
A poster called Kickinbackin said: “The basic shape and texture STRONGLY suggests lakes of liquid water. Whether they are frozen at this time is of secondary importance. Also, the landscape is dotted with small dark things, which look very much like trees, or some kind of vegetation.”
Scott Waring wrote: “The screenshots above are all untouched and directly from the NASA MSSS link above.
It’s a bit mind-blowing, but there are lakes on Mars and we now have government evidence to back that up.
This is 100 per cent proof that lakes and rivers exist on Mars, which means that fish and water creatures do as well.
“Water is a main source for animals to exist, so this may also be a big visiting spot from some smaller life forms”.
NASA maintains none of its rovers or space probes exploring Mars have found any significant levels of liquid water on the surface of Mars.