posted on Aug, 23 2011 @ 09:39 AM
reply to post by Skyfloating
I like the post but have my own view of what happened (if anything) to those humans who used to live on Mars. Mars is further from the sun than is
the earth and it is smaller and it rotates only half as fast. The core of the planet cooled relatively quickly compared to our earth and then to the
point where rotation of the core stopped and eliminated the planetary magnetic field. Without the magnetosphere there was no more protection from
solar radiation and the atmosphere quickly was "blown away", ionization reaching the surface. This is still in progress now but there is not much
atmosphere left. We can restore an atmosphere but it would have to be a continuous, never ending, process because there still is no magnetic field to
protect it. By the time this happened the earth was beginning to be welcoming to humans so they packed up and came here. Records of those very
early people may still exist in such places as "the cave of the ancients" in Tibet or in other places but I think that all this early activity was
hundreds of millions of years ago. The human activity in the middle east, Egypt and the Americas came much, much later and really has little
connection. I think we err when we jump all over the "nuclear war" scenario to explain things. Someday maybe well know. Now regarding NASA and
"withheld secrets" I would say that they know as much, maybe more, than we do but they cannot advance information unless they are absolutely positive.
So far would anyone bet his life on the face being artificial? Not me.
Last thought. The place to look for human activity is underground. Most likely above 40 degrees north or south latitude. Here is where the last
remnants of breathable air and water would be found.
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