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      Below is an extract from a research paper written by a biology professor from the University of Oklahoma, a Smithsonian staff member, and a cosmology professor and it was recently published in Journal of Astrophysics and Aerospace Technology. 

      Anatomically “modern” humans appeared on this planet less than 50,000 years ago. But intelligent extraterrestrial life may have repeatedly evolved billions of years ago that might be the technological and scientific accomplishments of “humans” and intelligent non-human “beings” that evolved on Earth-like planets billions of years before our solar system was formed? For thousands of years there have been reports of extraterrestrial beings and “sky boats” that have visited Earth as recounted in ancient texts from India, Egypt, and Greece. They might appear to us as “gods” and they might be visiting Earth and Mars. 

      The implications are that similar forms of life have evolved on other planets and that intelligent extraterrestrials have evolved on worlds billions of years older than our own. 

      We provide a sample of official NASA Mars photographs above and below of what appears to be wreckage and debris from extraterrestrial spacecraft, partially buried bones, the body of a humanoid, humanoid skulls and UAPs/UFOs photographed in the skies and above surface of Mars but it must be cautioned, however, that without direct and detailed examination, it is impossible to determine with absolute certainty if these “anomalies” are extraterrestrial in origin. 

      So far, government agencies refuse to acknowledge any evidence for extraterrestrial life, be it UAPs or fungi on Mars and with the creation of the quasi-military National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) it became official policy to denounce, ridicule and suppress any and all reports of extraterrestrial life, including fossils of fungi and bacteria in meteors and all evidence of algae, lichens, fungi and biological activity on Mars. 

      Why has the “Pentagon” and the quasi-military NASA gone to such extraordinary extremes to deny and suppress all evidence of extraterrestrial life? Possibly, they fear if they admit there is life on Mars and UAPs are extraterrestrial, the implications are that life must be pervasive throughout this galaxy and intelligent life evolved on innumerable worlds; and this would explain why there have been tens of thousands of reports of UFOs visiting this planet. Perhaps they fear if they were to admit and acknowledge the veracity of this vast body of evidence that religious and government authority would be undermined. 
      Perhaps this explains why NASA and the U.S. Defense Dept. have engaged in what some members of the U.S. congress and a few media outlets have called a “coverup”. 
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