posted on May, 26 2012 @ 04:35 PM
As I've posted on other ATS threads:
We have Earth, a planet which always has had water, but at some time in the not-too-distant past, got a lot more. We call it Noah's Flood, and no
one seems to know for sure where the water came from.
Then we have Mars, a planet which once had lots of water, but now has very little. Flood channels on Mars' surface indicate that water flowed
one-way through them, and where did it go?
Is there a connection? Especially if we know the writings of Velikovsky, we know that Mars may have come close to Earth at some time tin the past,
and did it come close enough for Earth's gravity to pull off most of Mars' water?
The implications for human origins, and a lot of other things as well, are staggering...