A former NASA scientist says he's convinced alien life was discovered in the 1970s during mission to Mars that turned up unexplained evidence of microorganisms | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

A former NASA scientist says he's convinced alien life was discovered in the 1970s during mission to Mars that turned up unexplained evidence of microorganisms

The hunt for alien life may have ended in the 1970s according to one former NASA scientists.

In an op-ed published in Scientific American titled 'I’m Convinced We Found Evidence of Life on Mars in the 1970s' former NASA scientist Gilbert Levin writes that a mission to Mars was the first concrete example of biological life on other planets.

'What is the evidence against the possibility of life on Mars? The astonishing fact is that there is none,' writes Levin.

'Furthermore, laboratory studies have shown that some terrestrial microorganisms could survive and grow on Mars.'

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