Don’t you know that Howard Walowitz’s date accidentally steered the Mars rover into a ditch, thus discovering water. But he can’t claim credit becuase she wasn’t supposed to be in the Mars lab?
Did you know that there's a monolith sticking waaaay up off the surface of the Mars moon, Phobos? Did you know that our missions to Mars have photographed artificially produced structures on Mars, and massive ruins on the Martian surface and catastrophically exposed tubular structures that once lay below and just at the surface of Mars, tubular structures large enough for London double decker buses to pass three abreast inside the tubes, and that these tubes are interconnected and appear to evidence reflective objects that have to be inside the tubes, and that we can tell this because of the reflective nature or lack thereof with different satellite passes over the same regions? Did you know that we have several Astronauts who have revealed that they have seen what they feel are extra-terrestrial crafts on earth and in space on the way to and from the Moon? ... And I could go on and on and on, even bringing in eyewitness accounts from credible fellow citizens who have things to tell that you might not want to hear, invoilving involuntary interactions with what these people believe are non-human entities. But what's the point?