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The hacker collective Anonymous has claimed NASA is close to confirming alien life – and conspiracy theorists are going crazy.

In a video shared on YouTube last week, Anonymous cites passages of recent talks at NASA which seem to support the idea of extra terrestrial life.

The person posing as Anonymous in the 12-minute video said: "Mankind has already made contact with aliens, and not just little micro-organisms floating inside a massive alien ocean, but [instead] advanced alien civilisation.

"Professor Thomas Zurbuchen [of NASA] said our civilisation is on the verge of discovering evidence of alien life in the cosmos, taking into account all of the different activities and missions that are specifically searching for aliens.

"We are on the verge of discovering unprecedented evidence."

However, Professor Thomas tweeted last night to say these claims are false.

Taking to the social media site, he said: "Contrary to reports, there's no pending announcement from NASA regarding extraterrestrial life.

"Are we alone in the universe? While we do not know yet, we have missions moving forward that may help answer that fundamental question."

Many are claiming that the Anonymous video is just a bunch of old videos looped together.

Yahoo claims: "It’s likely just a looped clip of a previous video being reused for the umpteenth time."



Way to shake up the alien conspiracy theorists, NASA.

UFO conspirators went into a frenzy this weekend after a video emerged online showing alleged aliens flying past the NASA International Space Station.

The 31-second clip shows six unidentified flying objects making their way past the space camera, until it cuts to black.

According to the Daily Mail, the UFOs were spotted by Youtuber Streetcap1, who then posted the video online.

It was later shared with a conspiracy website called SecureTeam.

A user named Tyler, said on the website that the objects were "fairly large" and were too big to be random floating particles roaming through space.

He said the objects were "much larger than NASA's typical excuse of ice particles… we must be looking at ice bergs," he joked.

The UFO-enthusiast then explained that NASA suspiciously cut the live feed to black before it was replaced with a camera from the inside of the space station's briefing room.

Last month, another man claimed to have seen a UFO on the same live feed.

He told The Mirror: "I've been watching it [the live feed] for years but never seen any UFOs on it before.

"I was showing a friend how it worked at around 11.30pm when the feed cut out, and 35 seconds after it came back on, this object appeared.

"At first it was really small and then it grew bigger, lasting for about 25 seconds."

Forget about zombies, we could be facing an alien invasion next, lads.



Space agency Nasa has just announced at a US press conference that it has found evidence of flowing water on Mars.

The exciting discovery means that the planet could potentially support life-forms.

Mars is the fourth planet from the Sun in the Solar System and is located 225million km from Earth.

Scientists have long speculated that the dark patches on Mars were made up of briny water, but the new findings prove that those patches are actually caused by liquid water.

This water runs down canyons and crater walls over the summer months on Mars (when temperature rise to about minus 23C) – water which then dries up in the autumn as the planet's surface cools.

“There is liquid water today on the surface of Mars,” Michael Meyer, the lead scientist on Nasa’s Mars exploration programme, told The Guardian this evening.

“Because of this, we suspect that it is at least possible to have a habitable environment today.”

Researchers will now focus on finding out where the water comes from: porous rocks under the Martian surface may hold frozen water that melts in the summer and seeps up to the surface.

We already know that a few billion years ago, the planet was inundated by rivers, lakes and maybe even an ocean.

#NASA is already the No.1 trending topic on Twitter in Ireland this evening.