posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 12:09 AM
originally posted by: NowanKenubi
It looks like something hot was boiling under the land, and it inflated. Somehow, it leaked its hotness in a non-explosive manner, and the land,
stretched like a pregnant woman's belly gently fell back in place, but becoming rippled because it was so much stretched.
Best idea I could think of. Where is my prize now NASA? lol
But it probably happened that way.
Best reply here.
That's evidence of subsurface non-explosive ( if there was fast conflagration , or rare indeed, combustion of some kind THIS WAS THE secondary
evidence of that thermal disparity) thermal expansion that appeared and then cooled rapidly. Methane ( and other ) gas deposits ( that are under
pressure from being underground ) do this on earth , even occassionally creating islands that "magically" surface from the ocean
not a baby
Clearly mars had a VERY rapid TRANSITION from one thermal ( over all ) state to another , internally, ...
interestingly since Mars is closer to moon sized than Planet sized this kind of feature would indicate a not so small finger of evidence that mars was
once a moon and that it was heated beyond what is available by solar retention by gravitational stresses ( like IO) , and once that was (
catastrophically ) taken away ... the now undercooked pot pie had some bubbling
edit on 11-12-2014 by Silverlok because: eplosions are cool
and not at all all the are cracked up to be