"APP. God you people are useless. I was going to make this fun but it's too late now. I guess we'll just sit here in silence what we think about. How if you download cash today you get ten dollars when you sign up using Promo Code Topical. There you happy. It's the number one finance happened. The APP store. Let's just move on. Let's quickly jump to the story. Opr has been following all day. Nasa has announced that they've found life drowned on Mars. The monumental discovery came earlier this morning when an orbiters telescope zeroed in on a bloated specimen in a shallow pool of liquid substance on the planet's northern lowlands. Here's aerospace engineer. Janet starks talking to the press earlier today at NASA headquarters the moment we saw that life forms frozen faced in twisted agony. We knew that we had a definitive indicator of life on the Red Planet. Seeing those images come in of its eyes bulging out of its head and its body decomposing. It's something that we will never forget here. At NASA frankly it moved many of us to tears of joy joining us now from NASA headquarters as opr science reporter. Rebecca Neal Rebecca. This is an outstanding discovering shares. Leslie the details of these groundbreaking images are truly breathtaking. It's rigor mortis limbs and skeletal structure bursting out of its swollen lungs. Most in the science community have only dreamed of a day like this. These stunning images are able to provide critical clues to how this drowned life came to be for example. The images of the claw marks around the banks of the watery pool tells us that the life form struggled. Additionally the splash marks around the banks. Leads us to believe life form could not swim so that can only mean that it drown desperately and most likely over a long period of time. The discoveries we are making here are just beautiful listening to her talk. I can't help it agree. I mean I'm looking at the images right now and I am"