Metal Cannonball on Martian surface triggers another alien wonder row

Cannonball on Martian surface makes headlines this time as UFO buffs claim it was a war remnant that destroyed the planet while experts differ stating that it was a natural phenomenon.

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Had Mars witnessed a galactic war in the past? Scott C. Waring says 'Yes' and he points out the presence of a metallic cannonball on the Martian surface to substantiate his claims. After analyzing a video posted on YouTube by a channel named 'WhatsUpInTheSky', Waring strongly affirmed that the red planet was once the site of a dreaded war where cannonballs rained from the sky.

According to Waring, the metallic cannonball is lying around scattered stones, possibly the remnants of a proud ancient civilization.

"This is 100% evidence of a war on Mars. This projectile is sitting on the surface above all the wrecked stone structures around it. Fragments of a once civilization is sitting scattered in tiny pieces around this cannonball," wrote Waring on his website, UFO Sightings Daily.

Scott also added that these cannonballs were deliberately shot on Mars from space to destroy the planet's atmosphere. "What I mean is large enough man-made meteor shower could strip Mars of its atmosphere and thus, destroy all or most life on the planet surface," concluded Waring.

The new theory put forward by Scott C Waring has received mixed responses. While some people lauded Waring for his third eye to find anomalies in pictures of Mars, a section of other people started debunking his theory by putting forward scientific facts.

A person named Frank commented on UFO Sightings Daily stating that these balls are called spherules and occur naturally in large quantities on the surface of Mars. He added that these structures are natural products of mineral formation. Frank also asked Waring to do some research before inventing mad scenarios.