NASA found life on Mars 45 years ago, but hid it

(ORDO NEWS) — One of the researchers involved in the Labeled Release (LR) Life Detection Experiment during NASA’s Viking mission to Mars in 1976 publicly stated that life on Mars was discovered 45 years ago, although the government still has not yet admitted the truth.

According to Gilbert W. Levin, writing for Scientific American, on July 30, 1976, NASA received test results that showed that life did exist on Mars in the distant past.

At the time, NASA insisted that the mission did not find real life because no organic matter was found that is considered “the essence of life.” Therefore, NASA declared the mission a failure, since only a substance similar to life was discovered in its result.

Inexplicably, in the 45 years since Viking, none of NASA’s subsequent rovers took a life-detecting instrument with them to test these startling results, ”notes Levin, suggesting NASA had never expected to find life on Mars. and, of course, was not going to tell the public about it if it happened.

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“Instead, the agency launched a series of missions to Mars to determine if there had ever been habitat suitable for life, and, if so, bring samples back to Earth for biological research,” explains Levin.

NASA has long stated that its number one priority is finding alien life. Why, then, has NASA been hiding the truth for all these years and even went so far as to ban the use of life detection technologies in many subsequent space missions?

According to Mike Adams, NASA is a fraudulent pseudoscientific organization, which, like fake media, is engaged in presenting fairy tales as facts while at the same time hiding the truth.

“NASA is constantly lying, like other fake media,” Adams writes.

As for NASA’s long-standing hiding of information about Mars, additional evidence that life did exist on the Red Planet is the fact that surface water was discovered there, as well as the alleged carbon footprint of “ancient Martian” civilizations.

“We end up with: positive results from a widely used microbiological test; confirmatory responses; duplicate LR results on each of the two Viking sites; replication of the experiment on two sites; and failure to conduct any experiment or theory in 45 years to provide a definitive nonbiological explanation for the Viking LR results,” – Levin concludes.

“What is the evidence against the possibility of life on Mars? The startling fact is that there is none. Moreover, laboratory studies have shown that some terrestrial microorganisms can survive and grow on Mars,” he concludes.

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“I am convinced that we found evidence of life on Mars in the 1970s.”

The Labeled Release experiment as part of the Viking mission reported positive results, although most rejected them as inorganic chemical reactions

We humans can now look into the depths of the origin of our universe. We have learned a lot about the laws of nature that govern its seemingly endless celestial bodies, their evolution, movements, and eventual destiny. However, no less remarkable, we do not have generally accepted information about whether there is another life outside of us, or whether we, as the ancient navigator Samuel Coleridge said, “alone, alone, alone, alone, alone on a wide wide sea!” … We have done only one study to unravel this primordial mystery. I was fortunate enough to participate in this historic adventure as a participant in the Labeled Ripple (LR) Life Detection Experiment on NASA’s impressive Viking mission to Mars in 1976.

On July 30, 1976, LR returned its first results from Mars. Surprisingly, they were positive. As the experiment continued, a total of four positive results were received from two Viking spacecraft that landed about 4,000 miles apart, supported by five different tell-tale signals. The data curves indicated the discovery of microbial respiration on the Red Planet. The curves obtained from Mars were similar to those obtained during LR tests of soils on Earth. We seemed to have answered this main question.

However, when Viking’s molecular analysis experiment failed to detect organic matter that is the essence of life, NASA concluded that LR had discovered a substance that mimics life, but not life. Inexplicably, in the 45 years since Viking, none of NASA’s subsequent rovers had a life-detecting instrument on board to continue these exciting results. Instead, the agency launched a series of missions to Mars to determine if there had ever been habitat suitable for life and, if so, eventually bring samples back to Earth for biological research.

NASA keeps the search for alien life among its top priorities. On February 13, 2019, NASA Administrator Jim Birkenstein announced that we could find microbial life on Mars. Our country has committed itself to sending astronauts to Mars. Any life there could threaten them and us upon their return. Thus, the question of life on Mars is now in the spotlight.

Life on Mars seemed unlikely. On the other hand, it would take almost a miracle for Mars to be sterile. NASA scientist Chris McKay once said that Mars and Earth have “swapped saliva” for billions of years. This means that when comets or large meteorites fall on one of the planets, some of the emissions fly into space. A tiny fraction of this material eventually ends up on another planet, possibly contaminating it with microbiological companions. That some types of terrestrial microorganisms can survive in the Martian environment has been demonstrated in many laboratories. There are even reports of the survival of microorganisms exposed to outer space outside the International Space Station (ISS).

NASA’s clause against direct search for microorganisms ignores the simplicity of the problem solved by Louis Pasteur in 1864. He allowed microbes to contaminate the broth for infusion on hay dust, after which bubbles of their effluent gas appeared. Before the content of living microorganisms, bubbles did not appear. (Previously, Pasteur found that heating, or pasteurization, of such a substance would lead to the death of microbes). This elegantly simple test, updated by replacing modern microbial nutrients with the products found in Pasteur’s hay infusion, is used daily by health authorities around the world to study drinking water. Thus, billions of people are protected from microbial pathogens.

This standard test was essentially the LR test on Mars, modified by the addition of several nutrients believed to broaden the prospects for success against alien organisms, and by tagging the nutrients with radioactive carbon. These improvements made LR susceptible to the very low microbial population, if any, predicted on Mars, and reduced the time to detect terrestrial microorganisms to about one hour. But on Mars, each LR experiment lasted seven days. To determine if the resulting reaction is biological or chemical, a thermal control similar to the Pasteur control was added.

LR Viking aimed to detect and monitor the current metabolism – a very simple and reliable indicator of living microorganisms. Several thousand tests have been carried out, both before and after the Viking, with terrestrial soils and cultures of microorganisms, both in the laboratory and in extreme natural conditions. Not a single false positive or false negative result has ever been received. This convincingly confirms the reliability of the LR Mars data, despite the fact that their interpretation is controversial.

In addition to direct evidence for the existence of life on Mars from the Viking spacecraft, evidence supporting the existence of microbial life on Mars came from Viking, subsequent missions to Mars, and discoveries on Earth:

– Surface water sufficient to support microorganisms has been discovered on Mars by the Viking, Pathfinder, Phoenix and Curiosity spacecraft;

Ultraviolet (UV) activation of the Martian surface material did not elicit an LR response as originally thought: the sample taken from under the UV-protective rock was just as LR-active as the surface samples;

-Scientists at Curiosity discovered a complex organic matter on Mars, possibly kerogen, which may be of biological origin;

Phoenix and Curiosity have found evidence that the ancient Martian environment may have been habitable.

– The excess of carbon-13 over carbon-12 in the Martian atmosphere indicates biological activity, which prefers to absorb the latter;

– The Martian atmosphere is in a nonequilibrium state: its CO2 should have long ago turned into CO under the influence of solar ultraviolet radiation; thus CO2 is recovered, possibly by microorganisms, as on Earth;

Terrestrial microorganisms survived in outer space outside the ISS;

Ejects containing viable microbes are likely to come to Mars from Earth;

– Methane was measured in the Martian atmosphere; the source may be microbial methanogens;

– The rapid disappearance of methane from the Martian atmosphere requires a scavenger, possibly supplied by methanotrophs that can coexist with methanogens on the Martian surface;

– On the Martian surface, ghostly moving lights were recorded, reminiscent of terrestrial phantoms, which are formed by the spontaneous ignition of methane;

– formaldehyde and ammonia, each of which may indicate biology, are said to be in the Martian atmosphere;

– Independent analysis of the complexity of the positive LR signal identified it as biological;

– Six-channel spectral analysis carried out by the Viking imaging system showed that terrestrial lichen and green spots on Martian rocks have identical color, saturation, hue and intensity;

– The worm-like feature was in the picture taken by Curiosity;

– Large structures resembling terrestrial stromatolites (formed by microorganisms) were discovered by Curiosity; statistical analysis of their complex characteristics showed less than 0.04 percent of the likelihood that the similarity was caused only by chance;

Not a single factor unfavorable to life was found on Mars.

As a result, we have: positive results of a widely used microbiological test; positive responses from strong and diverse regulatory bodies; duplication of LR results on each of the two Viking sites; repetition of the experiment on two objects; and the failure, over 43 years of any experiment or theory, to provide a definitive non-biological explanation for Viking’s LR results.

What is the evidence against the possibility of life on Mars? Surprising fact: they are not. Moreover, laboratory studies have shown that some terrestrial microorganisms can survive and grow on Mars.

Natural shelters found on Mars that can protect from radiation

After discovering life on Mars in 1976 and keeping it quiet, NASA banned life detection experiments to hide the truth from the world.

Yes, there is life on Mars, and NASA has known this for four decades. Their own experiment with the Viking lander confirmed the existence of life on Mars, but instead of sharing this revolutionary discovery with the world, NASA chose to bury the truth and hide scientific data for decades.

But for several hours, NASA covered up the results and hushed up the case, claiming that the mass spectrometry instrument did not detect life at all.

NASA has banned any experiments that could confirm the existence of life on Mars.

Since that day, NASA has banned life detection experiments on Mars missions in order to continue the scientific fraud. “Inexplicably, in the 45 years since Viking, none of NASA’s subsequent rovers have taken life-detecting devices with them to continue these exciting results.”

In truth, NASA is a fraudulent “scientific” organization that has promoted the false notion that there is no life on Mars for four decades. The cover-up was well coordinated and aggressively enforced. And since individuals cannot visit Mars and be convinced of this, no one can prove that NASA has lied all these years, Levin writes.

But now new evidence is emerging that NASA has been blatantly lying all this time … not only about microbial life on Mars, but even about the existence of a Martian atmosphere capable of supporting life.

For the first time in history a helicopter was tested on Mars VIDEO

In 2019, corporate media began reporting that NASA would send a reconnaissance helicopter to Mars as part of its 2020 mission. This helicopter, which NASA Administrator Bridenstine spoke of, is a solar-powered twin-rotor helicopter designed to map the terrain for the rover.

NASA engineers have installed a miniature helicopter on the space agency’s Mars 2020 rover. The Martian helicopter, nicknamed the Scout, became the first aircraft to fly on another planet. “This is the first time we’re going to fly a helicopter to another planet using a Mars Helicopter,” Bridenstein said in March 2019.

Is the problem in this story? According to NASA and all news media, Mars has virtually no atmosphere. Obviously, rotorcraft cannot operate without an atmosphere, since they cannot create lift in a vacuum.

According to NASA, the atmosphere on Mars is only 600 pascals at ground level. The Earth’s atmosphere at sea level is 101,000 pascals, and even with this “thickness” of air, it is still difficult to lift a mechanical apparatus off the ground using rotating rotors.

However, according to NASA, we have to believe that a twin-rotor helicopter will fly with little to no atmosphere, powered by onboard solar panels and batteries, somehow defying gravity, which is 38% of Earth’s, with an atmosphere just 0.6% thick.

Any aircraft design engineer will tell you that this is not possible. If the rotors worked in a vacuum, then a giant propeller would be installed on the nose of the space shuttle, and all the rocket engines would not be needed.

A helicopter will only be able to fly on Mars if there is an atmosphere there that creates lift as the rotors rotate. This is not rocket science. In fact, it has nothing to do with missiles at all. Propellers do not work in a vacuum.

NASA fakes helicopter “research” with laughable videos that are funnier than fake green-screen CNN videos.

To convince all of us that they have developed a helicopter that can fly in (almost) vacuum, NASA has released some of the most hilarious and laughable footage we’ve ever seen.

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As seen in the following video, NASA has developed a self-destructive helicopter that can only bounce and crash. The fact that NASA wants us to believe that it will be equipped with imaging and telemetry equipment, as well as solar panels and batteries, is simply absurd. It looks like a bad scene from Saturday Night Live. Note that this “helicopter” does not even have batteries and appears to be powered by a cable attached to the center of the floor.

This is almost as bad as a fake CNN show about the Iraq war with Charles Jaco, which was completely directed in the studio, where CNN pretended to be in Saudi Arabia, and its reporters pretended to be under gas attack or SCUD rocket attack. .. we’re not sure which one, as one of them is wearing a helmet and the other is wearing a gas mask. This is some of the most hilarious “news” ever to air.

Now NASA seems to be faking its claims too. According to NASA, there is no life on Mars, and helicopters fly in a vacuum. And according to CNN, President Trump colluded with the Russians to steal elections, and … oh yeah … carbon dioxide is a plant poison that will kill everything on the planet. (In fact, CO2 is the most essential nutrient for plant life on the planet.)

The bottom line? NASA lies all the time, as does CNN and all other fake news media.

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