What do you see?
What do you want to see?
Now if you look real close, you can see, not ancient volcanoes, as is shown, but look a little deeper. Put a little imagination into it.
Now can anyone deny it?
'Evidence is building ... ' says a media savvy scientist.
Well, as the article states, 'the scientist can't say for sure ... '
One problem is the two elements in question were 'probably not found on Earth.' (Note the word 'probably.')
But while they were probably not on Earth, they 'could have been found on early Mars.'
So as a result of analyzing a rock thought to come from Mars but found on Earth, this scientist 'now believes' that the other element was probably on the Red Planet too, even though it was not found in the rock they thought came from Mars.
'Another point in Mars favor is the likelihood that Earth was completely covered in water' while Mars had substantial dry areas. Of course, no one visited the Red Planet 3 billion years ago, so this is only speculation but what the hey.
Interestingly, the scientist explained to the brain-dead media that 'All living things are made from organic matter, but simply adding energy to organic molecules will not create life. Instead, left to themselves, organic molecules become something more like tar or asphalt,' the professor said.
What, you don't see any evidence of water in this Martian photo? Is it because you've never lost a sox? (Note centimeter ruler depicts the size of original piece of ancient life-creating washing machine found on Mars but being kept secret by NASA for fear too many Earthlings may seek sock damages or other such legal claims that may or may not be pending.)
A 'face' on Mars?
Of course, the building blocks of life, what else could ya see?
Now you can see molybdenum. And look a little to the left and, sure enough, there it is: boron.
Need more proof than your own eyes?
We also have some evidence so keep reading left to right.
We're pretty sure about our evidence.
We know for a fact that we had two socks at one time on Earth.
They probably both went into our washing machine at the same time but one has not been found on Earth since.
After analyzing the one sox that remained, we discovered that there were elements to it that did not seem to originate on Earth but could actually have come from another planet. We believe that planet may be Mars (there was a little red discoloration to the original white sox).
Another point for us to consider was the one remaining sox was completely immersed in water from the washing machine, which meant the missing sox must have found a substantially drier area to reside in. This is only speculation on our part.
As we have consistently explained, all socks have to go somewhere. Just because you put two in and only one came out does not mean the other sox simply disappeared. We were astonished when we looked behind our washing machine and saw a huge pump reaching into space. By reversing the molecular motion of the pump, we discovered a very large washing machine on Mars that uses organic water from Earth to continue to cycle one sox at a time until it dries, thereby creating life.
Some of those socks are actually returned to Earth in the form of scientists who, when their brains are dissected, seem more like a piece of tar or asphalt.
What, you think you see a Face on that cloth? What are ya kiddin' us? It's a medieval fake, say 'scientists' from Mars.
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