Right in the face of ongoing political thread's which none of us can stand let's revive this one as it is interesting after all even if there are
those of you that do not agree with it's observation's and interpretation's (yet it is interesting even to you as you are posting your own argument's
against so it keep's your attention as well),.
There are many object's which could easily be exo paleontological in nature upon mars and even some that many of us myself included are absolutely
certain are artifact in nature though I have seen very few that categorize in that manner on the rover images and my interest is the larger artifact's
seen by Voyager (before the MARS OBSERVER conveniently switched off it's transceiver and performed it's real mission of wrecking the face agree or not
that is my stance and I believe that to be the case, what is more it is a mission that patently failed though it did cause catastrophic damage to the
artifact and cause half of it to slide down in a land slide, I suspect it, either the real Observer or the Switcheroo was carrying a nuclear device
for this mission - the real OBSERVER probe was probably carted off and buried somewhere or dismantled and disposed of at area 51 - and the damage was
probably caused by an air burst above the artifact rather than a crust cracker type impact www.abovetopsecret.com...
But let's get back on track, Could there be evidence of earlier life in the solar system and could it have left traces on world's other than
Possibly YES, Could the human race itself be older than it is assumed to and/or could human antecedent's or human like being's in the past have even
dwelt not only on these other world's but also upon the earth.
Now there was a period in which the earth was all but uninhabitable, perhaps even the earth was the then toxic world and that was not the most likely
to actually be inhabited and this period was between 2.2 to about 700 or even just 600 million years ago a period known as the snow ball earth period?
(though life even multi-cellular life did appear several time's before during this snow ball earth period probably during inter-glacial periods),
think Hoth from the empire strike's back but with a mostly toxic atmosphere.
So the earth was not the nice place to live, that does not mean that there was no life here or indeed that prior to the snow ball earth period there
had never been life on earth though but we have no CHEMICAL evidence to suggest there was, argument's against complex life though are flawed as they
are based on analysis of ancient atmospheric (or believed to be atmospheric) gas trapped in rock or in chemical layers in rock and of course was that
rock even at the surface so is that analysis correct, I would suggest probably not but it is all the data we have so it is all we can go on and there
is the conundrum on that matter.
So what about other planet's IN the solar system.
Well it just so happen's that there is another world and it is not actually Mars but our other neighbour Venus that was probably a balmy, much cooler
and potentially even habitable world during this period.
It is all about temperature, the sun gain's in brightness, heat and temperature about variably but roughly at about 10 percent every billion years
and at this juncture of about 700 million years ago (note the date the same period the earth warmed up enough to finish off the planetary glaciation)
it became too hot for Venus to survive boiling it's ocean's into it's atmosphere where the water was broken down into it's component hydrogen and
oxygen and the hydrogen then bled off out of the atmosphere and causing a terrible runaway green house effect, SO on a solar system scale the Goldilox
zone around the star moved outward into a higher solar orbit moving the earth further into it and Venus further into the hot part of it and it is
continuing to do so even today as our planet heat's up from Solar radiation increasing over time so that in about a billion to a billion and a half
years the earth will become just like Venus is today, a hot greenhouse planet too hot to survive (though Mars though lacking an atmosphere will have a
Now what about MARS, well planets also have a warming planetary core that over time cool's, Mars core is now far too cool to warm it's surface and
also the planet show's clear sing's of a terrible cataclysm that may have dealt it the death blow, the olympus monze feature itself may be on the
diametrically opposite side to a massive asteroid or cometary impact which may have dealt this death blow to the planet (the impact throwing the semi
liquid core with such force against the other side of the planet that the giant feature was formed in a very short space of time), so even with it's
already cooled and by then very small core fatally disrupted and the massive outgassing and eruption which caused the Olympus monze feature to form
the core was probably essentially killed at this point so the planet could not recover from the impact, the magnetic field became so shattered that it
then failed to protect the atmosphere and the increased solar wind as the sun warmed up and grew brighter not only killed Venus and ended the snow
ball Earth period but finally stripped off the remaining atmoshere of Mars, with it's core dead the planet would also have cooled much faster.
Now little of this can be proven and is subjective speculation but what if a HUMAN race had existed, maybe they even reached that world near proxima
centuri and mutated into pale skinned large eye's small humanoid's whom spent most of there lives in controlled environment's though periodically they
monitor there original home solar system and the survivor's they left behind around the neighbouring and far less predictable yellow dwarf star called
Just a thought for the day.
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