After NASA found out that there’s oxygen, then water, life appeared on Mars.

All News reported this:

https://www.ohio.edu/news/2019/11/ohio-entomologist-photos-show-evidence-life-mars but

probably NASA and FBI are forcing any website to take down this discovery report, deleting any content on this discovery.

:Why?(

Phys.org deleted and its content is not available even on google cache.

Ohio.edu deleted but its content is still available on Google Cache.

Here a PDF Poster on Insect Arthropod Biodiversity extended beyond Earth.

and here are the Screenshots:

This discovery claimed by Entomologist William Romoser from Ohio University reveals evidence of insect-like creatures living on the surface of Mars, spotted by blurry photographs and apophenia, pareidolia,  classical shadows.

It’s not the first time that something like this , regarding insects and Mars, goes up in news.

Alternative III:

Alternative 3 was a tv program broadcast only one time in the United Kingdom at 1977, and later to Australia, Canada, and New Zealand.

The program was a show fictional hoax, an heir to Orson Welles radio production of War of the Worlds. Alternative 3 uncovered a plan to make the Moon and Mars habitable in the event of climate change and a terminal environmental catastrophe on Earth, and among all of this A3 told of a number of mysterious disappearances and deaths of physicists, engineers, astronomers, and other scientists in related fields.

According to A3 theory, Earth surface would be unable to support life for much longer than fifty years or so, due to pollution leading to catastrophic climate change, thus only three alternatives remained to solve this problem.
The first alternative is the drastic reduction of the human population on Earth.

The second alternative is the construction of vast underground shelters.

Mars Base 1“, a C-Space Project, in the Gobi desert, some 40 km from Jinchang in China’s northwest Gansu province.

The third alternative,“Alternative 3,” is to make Mars habitable by nuking its surface to start terraforming, and begin to send equipment and robots in the red planet.


Many will remember that scoundrel mentioning it:

Just at the end of this show we may see a sort of worm crawling in the surface of Mars:

And insects, where also filmed in Red Planet (2000):

The Martian insects had lain dormant on their almost dead world, but when the probes from Earth spread algae fields across Mars it gave them a massive new food source and led to a population explosion. The Martian insects are what caused the algae to disappear, but in the process they actually gave Mars breathable oxygen levels, because they produce oxygen as a waste product (explaining why they are so flammable). The insects are also what destroyed the habitat module, as they tore in to get to the food supplies inside.

Burchenal explains to Gallagher that the biochemistry of alien insects’ respiratory metabolism is capable of producing oxygen far more efficiently than human science is currently able to. Studying the insects’ biochemistry is the key to terraforming Mars, and may even lead to discoveries which will allow Earth’s polluted atmosphere to be repaired. However, Burchenal is attacked by swarms of the insects when blood drips from an open wound. Rather than be eaten alive, he passes his sample vial of insects to Gallagher before immolating himself and his attackers.