Has NASA's Curiosity Rover Found Alien Life on Mars? This Conspiracy Theorist Says Yes
We're not strangers to Secureteam10, the YouTube conspiracy theory channel that dubiously has reported on a crashed UFO near Antarctica and an alien craft flying through lightning bolt, but their newest video seemed like it had the making of a conspiracy classic (before it was removed):
After looking at photos taken by the Curiosity rover, the channel's creator and narrator Tyler Glockner managed to pick out on blurry part of the photograph at ground-level, which caused him to ask, "Has NASA once again slipped up and let evidence of potential alien life reach the public in a new set of photographs captured on Mars by the rover?"
Based on the photos, the "blur" resembles a cloud of dust being blown on the wind, rather than a solid object moving around. Nevertheless, at least one commenter on the video claimed that they could "see a nose, mouth and eyes."
Like most alien or UFO photos, it seems like a lot of imagination is happening here—similar to the infamous picture of the Mylar party balloon that was later misidentified as the UFO in the Nimitz incident, it seems that all someone has to do is point at a blurry picture and ask, "Alien?"
Secureteam10's videos have been repeatedly demonetized or removed from YouTube, adding to its supposed status as an underground news site.
According to Glockner's Patreon page: "Over the last year channels like mine have had countless videos demonetized, censored and hidden from subscribers. It has come to the point where unless you abide by a strict set of 'advertiser-friendly' rules, your channel and with it, your income that supports it will be hindered."