Martian Mushrooms and Photos: There’s Much More Weirdness on the Surface of Mars

Many of you will have read the very recent stories concerning nothing less than “mushrooms on Mars.” Mysterious Universe’s Paul Seaburn put together a good, solid summary of the data so far. He stated: “What would you say if a team of legitimate scientists released a research paper claiming they have analyzed numerous photographs of Mars taken by the Opportunity and Curiosity rovers and concluded that there are mushrooms, algae, lichens and fungi growing not just on the surface of the planet but also on the surface of the rovers themselves?” Paul notes: “Dr. Regina Dass of the Department of Microbiology at the School of Life Sciences in India responds in a press release with: ‘There are no geological or other abiogenic forces on Earth which can produce sedimentary structures, by the hundreds, which have mushroom shapes, stems, stalks, and shed what looks like spores on the surrounding surface. In fact, fifteen specimens were photographed by NASA growing out of the ground in just three days!’” In light of all this, I thought that today – taking into consideration the nature of the article and its content – I would share with you some more photos from Mars that have…

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Martian Mushrooms and Photos: There’s Much More Weirdness on the Surface of Mars

Updated: May 10, 2021 — 10:27 am