posted on Aug, 28 2006 @ 10:06 AM
This has gotten me interested...
Now someone piped up a theory that there may have been at least one or two post planets between Mars and Jupiter, AND Mars being a moon or connected
to this planet by some means. Even though it's a theory, it's still very possible. The mostly likely reason is the unexpected gap between Mars to
Jupiter than comparing to the other planets.
I don't know the maths etc.. If it's true that there was (need more evidence) a planet there whether it was iron/water/solid rock or whatever.... A
lot of things can happen during the solar systems 6 billion year history (or more)
Look at the history of Mars, its very odd when compared to the other inner planets etc.. Like describe in the earlier post.
Now I'd like to ask this question. Since there is evidence that Mars had a athmosphere and magnetic field, would this be backed up if there was a
planet there with Mars orbiting it somehow?
We can find out (maths expert) if we could study the solar systems turbelent history and check the dates when it most likley occured of a planet sized
object exploded, and why there were massive devastations during the 65mya period, why Mars lost it's athmosphere overnight, why is mars significantly
different to the other planets in terms of geology and formation etc.... why was it wetter in it's distant past, what must of happened to the
planets, that changed the history forever
If mars was a moon, how would this fit into the Mars past, when it was warmer and wetter. Would planet K cause the Mars core to be active? what must
have happend to Mars if Planet K exploded? the Canyons on mars? would that have anything to do with it?
Sorry for the questions and rambling, It just races out of my head, Naturally, it becomes obvious when it's read,