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Whether or not Mars could have supported life in the distant past is a question that could soon be answered. The truth is that our views on Mars have drastically changed over the past couple of decades.
Today we are certain that Mars was a very similar planet to Earth in the distant past when the red planet had an atmosphere eerily similar to that of Earth with oceans and rivers that once covered the Martian surface creating a ‘perfect’ environment for life as we know it to flourish.
But what about intelligent life? Well, researchers have concluded over the past couple of years that Mars is probably the most similar planet to Earth in our solar system. Located just on the border of the ‘habitable zone’ of our star, it is very likely that Mars had just enough time and the perfect conditions to support life and allow it to develop to a ‘sophisticated’ stage.
Interestingly, a recent study has even concluded that in the distant past Mars’ shallow lakes may have once sustained life. Basins covered in lava and water could have sustained the necessary conditions for microbes to survive. The study performed by scientists from the Planetary Science Institute in Tuscon, Arizona suggest that basins on Mars could have been covered with lava and water over the course of hundreds of millions of years. This ideal mixture created ideal temperature ranges, water pressure and nutrients and life as we know it could have made it on Mars. The new study claims that gigantic lakes could have formed within these lava-filled basins.
Moreover, previous studies have identified several anomalies on the red planet. For example, NASA’s Curiosity Rover has registered traces of methane on the Red Planet. Curiosity registered surges of methane gas levels using the SAM instrument. These show that the base values are lower than thought, just 0.7 parts per billion in volume (ppmv), but data has also shown that the values increased significantly six times and on some occasions even exceeding seven ppmv, 10 times higher. This indicates that there is an additional source of methane of unknown origin. Interestingly, on Earth, 90% of all methane in the atmosphere is produced by living organisms. In addition to traces of methane, the rover’s instruments also detected biologically useful nitrogen. This discovery is of great significance to the team of scientists at NASA since it adds further evidence to the theories that ancient Mars was habitable for life as we know it. We know that Nitrogen is essential for all known forms of life on Earth. This is because it is used in the building blocks of larger molecules like DNA and RNA, which encode the genetic instructions for life.
All of the above leads us towards peculiar images taken from Mars, which apparently shows buried structures on the surface of the red planet. Whether or not these structures are artificial is up for debate, but they certainly give us a lot to think about.
One of the most interesting images which, according to many, depict ‘traces’ of Martian cities were taken by the Mars Orbiter Camera. In the South Polar Layered Terrain there are structures which are identified by NASA as ‘Inca City.’

Cite: https://www.ancient-code.com/ancient-rui...tructures/

US-based Dr John Brandenburg gives lectures across the globe offering a theory that there is evidence of two major nuclear blasts on the Red Planet, and the archaeological relics left behind by the ancient Martians.

Mr Brandenburg believes the nuclear war took place about half a billion years ago and the traces of the blast have been left in two key locations.
The plasma physicist claims “anyone who can read a map” can see the the nuclear explosion sites.
He claims the strongest shock-waves and fallout were dumped downwind of Cydonia mesa and Galaxias Chaos, two sites on Mars that other conspiracy theorists have claimed are sites of ancient archeology on Mars.

His theory is that a civilisation, like the people of the Bronze Age on Earth, developed on Mars, but were wiped out by a more advanced alien aggressor from another planet.
He bases his theory on data collected by NASA from Mars he says shows “weapon-signature” isotopes showing the two massive nuclear “airbursts” in the Northern regions of the planet.

He says what he identified was a thin layer of radioactive substances including uranium, thorium and radioactive potassium on Mars.

Cite: https://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/745...randenburg

Ever wonder why the red planet is red?
About 180 million years ago, a planet-shattering yet naturally occurring nuclear reaction may have wiped out everything on Mars, sending a shockwave that turned the planet into dry sand.

Even more incredible: A natural nuclear reaction could have occurred on our own planet -- and could happen again, said Dr. John Brandenburg, a senior propulsion scientist at Orbital Technologies Corp.

"The Martian surface is covered with a thin layer of radioactive substances including uranium, thorium and radioactive potassium -- and this pattern radiates from a hot spot [on Mars],” Brandenburg told FoxNews.com.
“A nuclear explosion could have sent debris all around the planet," he said. "Maps of gamma rays on Mars show a big red spot that seems like a radiating debris pattern ... on the opposite side of the planet there is another red spot."
According to Brandenburg, the natural explosion, the equivalent of 1 million one-megaton hydrogen bombs, occurred in the northern Mare Acidalium region of Mars where there is a heavy concentration of radioactivity.

This explosion filled the Martian atmosphere with radio-isotopes as well, which are seen in recent gamma ray spectrometry data taken by NASA, he said.
The radioactivity also explains why the planet looks red.

Brandenburg said gamma ray spectrometry taken over the past few years shows spiking radiation from Xenon 129 -- an increase also seen on Earth after a nuclear reaction or a nuclear meltdown, including the one at Chernobyl in 1986 and the disaster in Japan earlier this month.
Dr. David Beaty, Mars program science manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, told FoxNews.com that he finds the idea intriguing and fascinating. But to prove the science, the agency would need to plan a mission to explore Mare Acidalium on Mars.
And there are more pressing issues, including missions to find extraterrestrial life. “You have to assess the importance of the question relative to the cost of answering the question,” he said.

Still, Beaty expressed doubts, saying the geological conditions on this planet and Mars have existed for millennia -- what exists has existed for a long time, and there are few sudden changes. “Rocks are what they are. [A natural nuclear reaction] could happen in another billion years, but it is not something to make you want to go home to your family and move to the mountains right away,” he said.

Dr. Lars Borg, a scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, called Brandenburg’s conclusions unsurprising -- and part of known geological processes, not a nuclear reaction.
"We've looked at Martian meteorites for 15 years, and looked in detail at the isotopic measurements .. and not a single person out of hundreds worrying about this have thought there could have been a nuclear explosion on Mars," he told FoxNews.com.
Brandenburg -- who once worked at Livermore himself -- defended his research, arguing that defense experts he talked to off the record said they agreed there are signs of a nuclear reaction.

Besides, there's a precedence for a natural nuclear reaction on our own planet, he noted.
The Oklo, Gabon, region of Africa has uranium-coated sediments from a nuclear reaction that occurred 2 billion years ago.
A massive nuclear explosion on Mars would have created huge craters on the surface, visible from orbiting telescopes like Hubble and from the Mars rovers. Brandenburg said such craters could have filled in with sand over the past 180 million years, leaving no visual cues to prove the theory.
Another possibility is that the reaction occurred in mid-air and did not leave a crater -- which is exactly what happened at the Tunguska event in Russia in 1909, presumably by a large comet.

Cite: https://www.foxnews.com/science/was-ther...z1Ifccm7Bp
1dunno1
Yeah

Well, not all of it but some of it.
And Mars is still sparsely populated.
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Whether or not Mars could have supported life in the distant past is a question that could soon be answered. The truth is that our views on Mars have drastically changed over the past couple of decades.
Today we are certain that Mars was a very similar planet to Earth in the distant past when the red planet had an atmosphere eerily similar to that of Earth with oceans and rivers that once covered the Martian surface creating a ‘perfect’ environment for life as we know it to flourish.
But what about intelligent life? Well, researchers have concluded over the past couple of years that Mars is probably the most similar planet to Earth in our solar system. Located just on the border of the ‘habitable zone’ of our star, it is very likely that Mars had just enough time and the perfect conditions to support life and allow it to develop to a ‘sophisticated’ stage.
Interestingly, a recent study has even concluded that in the distant past Mars’ shallow lakes may have once sustained life. Basins covered in lava and water could have sustained the necessary conditions for microbes to survive. The study performed by scientists from the Planetary Science Institute in Tuscon, Arizona suggest that basins on Mars could have been covered with lava and water over the course of hundreds of millions of years. This ideal mixture created ideal temperature ranges, water pressure and nutrients and life as we know it could have made it on Mars. The new study claims that gigantic lakes could have formed within these lava-filled basins.
Moreover, previous studies have identified several anomalies on the red planet. For example, NASA’s Curiosity Rover has registered traces of methane on the Red Planet. Curiosity registered surges of methane gas levels using the SAM instrument. These show that the base values are lower than thought, just 0.7 parts per billion in volume (ppmv), but data has also shown that the values increased significantly six times and on some occasions even exceeding seven ppmv, 10 times higher. This indicates that there is an additional source of methane of unknown origin. Interestingly, on Earth, 90% of all methane in the atmosphere is produced by living organisms. In addition to traces of methane, the rover’s instruments also detected biologically useful nitrogen. This discovery is of great significance to the team of scientists at NASA since it adds further evidence to the theories that ancient Mars was habitable for life as we know it. We know that Nitrogen is essential for all known forms of life on Earth. This is because it is used in the building blocks of larger molecules like DNA and RNA, which encode the genetic instructions for life.
All of the above leads us towards peculiar images taken from Mars, which apparently shows buried structures on the surface of the red planet. Whether or not these structures are artificial is up for debate, but they certainly give us a lot to think about.
One of the most interesting images which, according to many, depict ‘traces’ of Martian cities were taken by the Mars Orbiter Camera. In the South Polar Layered Terrain there are structures which are identified by NASA as ‘Inca City.’

Cite:  https://www.ancient-code.com/ancient-rui...tructures/

US-based Dr John Brandenburg gives lectures across the globe offering a theory that there is evidence of two major nuclear blasts on the Red Planet, and the archaeological relics left behind by the ancient Martians.

Mr Brandenburg believes the nuclear war took place about half a billion years ago and the traces of the blast have been left in two key locations.
The plasma physicist claims “anyone who can read a map” can see the the nuclear explosion sites.
He claims the strongest shock-waves and fallout were dumped downwind of Cydonia mesa and Galaxias Chaos, two sites on Mars that other conspiracy theorists have claimed are sites of ancient archeology on Mars.

His theory is that a civilisation, like the people of the Bronze Age on Earth, developed on Mars, but were wiped out by a more advanced alien aggressor from another planet.
He bases his theory on data collected by NASA from Mars he says shows “weapon-signature” isotopes showing the two massive nuclear “airbursts” in the Northern regions of the planet.

He says what he identified was a thin layer of radioactive substances including uranium, thorium and radioactive potassium on Mars.

Cite:  https://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/745...randenburg

Ever wonder why the red planet is red?
About 180 million years ago, a planet-shattering yet naturally occurring nuclear reaction may have wiped out everything on Mars, sending a shockwave that turned the planet into dry sand.

Even more incredible: A natural nuclear reaction could have occurred on our own planet -- and could happen again, said Dr. John Brandenburg, a senior propulsion scientist at Orbital Technologies Corp.

"The Martian surface is covered with a thin layer of radioactive substances including uranium, thorium and radioactive potassium -- and this pattern radiates from a hot spot [on Mars],” Brandenburg told FoxNews.com.
“A nuclear explosion could have sent debris all around the planet," he said. "Maps of gamma rays on Mars show a big red spot that seems like a radiating debris pattern ... on the opposite side of the planet there is another red spot."
According to Brandenburg, the natural explosion, the equivalent of 1 million one-megaton hydrogen bombs, occurred in the northern Mare Acidalium region of Mars where there is a heavy concentration of radioactivity.

This explosion filled the Martian atmosphere with radio-isotopes as well, which are seen in recent gamma ray spectrometry data taken by NASA, he said.
The radioactivity also explains why the planet looks red.

Brandenburg said gamma ray spectrometry taken over the past few years shows spiking radiation from Xenon 129 -- an increase also seen on Earth after a nuclear reaction or a nuclear meltdown, including the one at Chernobyl in 1986 and the disaster in Japan earlier this month.
Dr. David Beaty, Mars program science manager at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, told FoxNews.com that he finds the idea intriguing and fascinating. But to prove the science, the agency would need to plan a mission to explore Mare Acidalium on Mars.
And there are more pressing issues, including missions to find extraterrestrial life. “You have to assess the importance of the question relative to the cost of answering the question,” he said.

Still, Beaty expressed doubts, saying the geological conditions on this planet and Mars have existed for millennia -- what exists has existed for a long time, and there are few sudden changes. “Rocks are what they are. [A natural nuclear reaction] could happen in another billion years, but it is not something to make you want to go home to your family and move to the mountains right away,” he said.

Dr. Lars Borg, a scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, called Brandenburg’s conclusions unsurprising -- and part of known geological processes, not a nuclear reaction.
"We've looked at Martian meteorites for 15 years, and looked in detail at the isotopic measurements .. and not a single person out of hundreds worrying about this have thought there could have been a nuclear explosion on Mars," he told FoxNews.com.
Brandenburg -- who once worked at Livermore himself -- defended his research, arguing that defense experts he talked to off the record said they agreed there are signs of a nuclear reaction.

Besides, there's a precedence for a natural nuclear reaction on our own planet, he noted.
The Oklo, Gabon, region of Africa has uranium-coated sediments from a nuclear reaction that occurred 2 billion years ago.
A massive nuclear explosion on Mars would have created huge craters on the surface, visible from orbiting telescopes like Hubble and from the Mars rovers. Brandenburg said such craters could have filled in with sand over the past 180 million years, leaving no visual cues to prove the theory.
Another possibility is that the reaction occurred in mid-air and did not leave a crater -- which is exactly what happened at the Tunguska event in Russia in 1909, presumably by a large comet.

Cite:  https://www.foxnews.com/science/was-ther...z1Ifccm7Bp

The answer is YES. Our ancient ancestors destroyed Mars and inhabited Earth. But we haven't learned our lesson yet. Will we ever?
Every Civilization on Earth has an Origin story about one man and one woman.
Could be the Survivors from Mars.
Probably, hell IDK. I bet we destroy this one and go back.

Revelation 21:1
Then I saw a new heaven and a new earth; for the first heaven and the first earth passed away, and there is no longer any sea.
If there is NO Missing Link.
Then we came to this planet and drove the Neanderthals into extinction.
And it all happened during or about that time when both humans and
Neanderthals existed on earth at the same time.

Humasn would have needed about 500 perhaps 1000 years
to breed to significant numbers to start driving them out of
hunting and feeding grounds.
Only the Hebrews came here from Mars.
Yeah3
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