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No, NASA photos are not evidence of fungus growing on Mars, sorry – CNET

Despite what you might have read, the claims for life on Mars are shoddy and unscientific.

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Martian “blueberries” are rocky spheres that form on the surface of Mars. 
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Mars is very in right now. NASA’s Perseverance rover is up there searching for life and the agency’s Mars helicopter, Ingenuity, is pulling off daring aerial feats. But on Wednesday, Mars appeared in the news for all the wrong reasons. According to websites like the Daily Mail, scientists were making a pretty wild claim: Fungi was alive and well on the red planet. 
The first thought: Ah shit, here we go again. 

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