Ok so Yoda isn’t strictly real but neither was aliens 50 years ago, however as technology improves, scientists are finding more evidence that there is life in space and more so on Mars – where Elon Musk wants to send everyone.

So what is it this time? Well Dr Joseph Levy, from the University of Texas Institute of Geophysics, and his team after analysing two massive craters on Mars seems to show that it could support life.

Calling the pot holes a ‘good candidate site for evidence of past life,’ the doc and his team reckon that the next thing we need to do is get a rover or an astronaut to investigate further.

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Not only that but previously Nasa has found water on Mars which is essential for life to exist.

Dr Levy says “The key finding is that both depressions appear to be places where large amounts of subsurface ice were removed. The potential combination of heat, meltwater, volcanic gases and geological weathering products makes these kinds of depressions potential habitable zones for past Martian life.”

So as we prepare for billionaire Elon Musk to start packing us off to Mars, we might go in the understanding that we are unwanted guests. Elon also has a disclaimer that the first people to go there are most likely to die.

So if you don’t die on your way to Mars you might get killed from all the anal probing the green Yoda’s will do to you.

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Written by Dan Lazard

Here to expose the weirdness on the internet. Presenter for Discovery Science & Trending News Blogger. My views are my own. Check out the blog on FomoDan

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