The question of whether or not there’s life outside of Earth remains to be a big mystery up to now. But that has not stopped alien theorists and UFOlogists in sharing and forming theories of what they believe could be proof of life outside our planet.

One of the latest discoveries comes from a photo of Planet Venus, a planet with such extreme environments that some scientists have labeled it to be “hellish.” But according to infamous UFOlogist Scott Waring, who runs the website, he now has evidence that life could be thriving in the planet that’s been labeled to be Earth’s twin.

In a post, Waring said a NASA photo that’s been posted on Wikipedia clearly shows that there’s an alien structure or base that can be seen on the surface of Venus. The base is actually huge and Waring estimates that it could be as big as Texas.

“I was looking for decent photos of Venus and found this incredible full planet view. The photo is on Wikipedia and has details of the surface structures. Normally the clouds over Venus prevent us from seeing its surface, but now I'm going to show you the alien structures that NASA doesn't want you to see… this is 100% proof that aliens exist on our neighboring planet,” Waring said.

In a video, Waring explained that the alien base on Venus looks like it has one major building that he said is very obvious in the photo. The UFOlogist had to zoom in the picture to show the “building.” Aside from the main structure, Waring also said that you can see what looks like a landing strip just ahead of the main building.

Surrounding the “property” are other smaller buildings that are located just near the main one. The UFOlogist also claims that the buildings are reflective based on the photo, meaning that they could be made of some type of metal that could survive the heat of Planet Venus. This only means that the aliens on the planet are using advanced technology to thrive in Planet Venus and its extreme conditions.

Now what’s interesting is that scientists actually believe that life may have thrived on this planet billions of years ago. According to a report, a new NASA computer model shows that Venus’ climate history used to be fairly cool enough for life to actually survive.

In fact, until around 700 million years ago, the temperature on Venus may have ranged from 20 degrees Celcius to about 50 degrees Celcius. This means that Venus’ atmosphere was cool enough for flowing water to exist on the surface of the planet. And where there’s water, there’s also usually life.

However, because of its close proximity to the Sun, it was very possible that water may have quickly evaporated before life could actually develop. Without any water, it would be easy for CO2 gas to dominate the surface and the atmosphere which would eventually define Venus’ dangerous and harsh environment that we know of today.

Venus appears featureless when viewed in visible light. NASA