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August 10th, 2015 at 9:30 PM
NASA Curiosity Rover Mars Pictures Woman

The truth is out there… but you probably won’t find it at UFOlogist websites. Mashable draws our attention to an article posted over at UFO Sightings Daily that dissects a recent picture taken by NASA’s Curiosity Rover on Mars that supposedly depicts a woman standing on the surface of the planet.

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Yes, the shape in the picture does sort of look like a humanoid woman standing on top of some rocks. Of course, the photo was taken so far away from “her” that it’s impossible to tell anything for certain — in all likelihood this is just a part of the rock formation.

But don’t tell that to UFO Sightings Daily!

“I have to admit, it looks like a woman partly cloaked,” the website writes. “The woman seems to have breasts…indicated by the shadow on its chest.”

Oh really, true detective? Do go on.

“We also see two arms that are lighter in color and what looks like a head with long hair. Its hard to tell if this is a living being, or a statue of a being from long ago,” the author continues. “However, a statue that small would be eroded and destroyed easily, so it has a higher chance of being a living being.”

Sure, unless the statue was made from the same adamantium used as the structure of Wolverine’s skeleton. An alien statue made of that substance would certainly be able to survive for many centuries, which makes sense because the aliens likely wanted to use it as a marker to help us discover the intergalactic Mass Relay system.

Oh, what’s that, you say? Neither Wolverine nor the plot of Mass Effect are real? Hey, using the same powers of deduction used by UFOlogist websites, I can make them as real as I want them to be!

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