For decades, experts have argued that our best chances of finding signs of life outside our world are in one of Saturn’s moons, Titan. But, what if the signs show that there may not only be life, but intelligent life on titan?
Scott C. Waring, a controversial researcher and Ufologist, has published a photograph of the moon as captured by the European Space Radar, showing what appears to be an alien ship entering a city.
Waring said he was looking through photos captured by the Cassini Orbiter’s radar when he observed this unbelievable sight. He saw a spherical, tubular fake structure in the lower right corner of the image that may indicate alien life. It may be concealed beneath the moon’s surface, but he believes that the structure was massive.
Despite the difficulties in estimating its exact size, he believes that the city would have to be 25 miles wide. The ideal size for an alien city. He assured his readers that such a structure could not have been made by nature but by bizarre but intelligent life.
According to his research, the ship could have landed in that location to work or rest. The item on the left side of the image was also very round, like a disk; it is possible that this was the ship’s front.
Of course, several people would not believe these claims, but considering that Experts have always disclosed that Titan is an ideal candidate for life-searching, the existence of the structures may be possible.
Like astronomers have pointed out, the icy surface of Titan’s large moon is a tantalizing prospect for life. The Cassini-Huygens mission is a joint venture between NASA, the European Space Agency and the Italian Space Agency that is focusing on this project.
Experts believe that because of its size and climate, life could have evolved on the distant moon. One such possibility is a methane-based life form that would need an anaerobic environment to survive. Scientists are hopeful that one day they will find it as they study the mysteries of Titan in greater detail.
Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, is believed to have a liquid ocean beneath its thick ice shell. Recently, the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft that has been orbiting Titan since 2004 found a frozen body of water-rich material on the surface of the moon. The discovery provides some good evidence that Titan may have had life at some point in its past.
Experts have concluded that the frozen material was likely deposited by flowing liquid water within or near Titan’s surface crust during periods when conditions allowed it to flow freely. Scientists are also studying organic compounds found in this material and concluding that it is rich in hydrocarbons.
This discovery could be very significant for our understanding of how life might have emerged on Earth and how life may emerge elsewhere in our solar system and beyond.
“The sheer size of the thing is just beyond comprehension. It’s bigger than Earth, if you can imagine that.”
– Dr. Steve Squyres of Cornell University
Yes, the surface of Saturn may be inhabitable to humans, but don’t you think that it’s conceited to assume that alien life cannot evolve under different conditions? So, would it be too far-fetched to believe that there could be intelligent life on Titan, regardless of how unnatural common sense dictates it?