A spoon has been spotted on Mars. Does it belong to any lost civilization on the red planet or is it just another illusion?
Life On Mars: Spoon On Red Planet
Alien enthusiasts have been quite interested with the alleged lost relic. They believe that they had discovered a dust-covered spoon on the surface of the planet.
YouTube channel UFO Hunter discovered the “spoon” in a NASA image. In fact, the image was taken by the Curiosity Rover droid. The droid explores the surface of Mars.
According to a video the channel uploaded, a spoon covered in Martian dust could be seen in one of the images. Scott C Waring, the alien enthusiast was quite fascinated, said Express UK. According to Warring, the discovery of the utensil was really amazing.
“Also I explored the photo a little bit and found that in the upper left hand corner there was another eating utensil,” Warring wrote. “…that resembles a spoon but with a triangle end to it.”
According to Warring, this new spoon is the second spoon to be found on the red planet. It is an “exact duplicate” of the earlier discovery.
Warring said that there is hardly any difference in the two spoons, which had been found. He said that the new spoon could be a stirrer or maybe a knife. However, he said that its dimensions match the spoon.
“It’s length, width, and thickness all match the spoon.” Warring said.
The alleged spoon is the most recent earthly discovery on the planet. Warring also noted that the spoon seems to have a shape, which signifies a spoon that humans use. Therefore, it could mean that the civilization which lived there could be of our size, said UFO Sightings Daily.
Life On Mars: Dr Brandenburg’s Revelations
It was reported that Dr John Brandenburg had been claiming that there was an intelligent civilization living on the planet. However, he believed that nuclear war destroyed everything.
He alleged that alien aggressors from another planet invaded and nuked the Martian civilization, said Daily Mail. His thoughts and speeches have given extreme interest to alien enthusiasts.