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originally posted by: NarcolepticBuddha
A synopsis and commentary would be extremely helpful and make for a more engaging thread.
originally posted by: luciferslight
If Mars was a beautiful planet and had civilization, I think it ended itself with a big conflict like a ww3 type.
There could have been life on the planet, otherwise the planet itself wouldn't exist. Or maybe it still does, but in a different dimension.
originally posted by: ManBehindTheMask
How can you say that if life was never on it, then the planet wouldnt exist? That doesnt make much sense, there are plenty of planets im sure that never had life...
originally posted by: data5091
a reply to: luciferslight
that is one possibility. I forget the name of the gentleman who wrote a book and his theory is the same as yours. Some type of nuclear holocaust ended some type of life on Mars. Another possibility is what life there may have possibly been on Mars died when Mars lost its magnetic shielding, and then most of its atmosphere. I too see these 2 options as a possibility, and I am open minded that Mars did perhaps have intelligent life on it.
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