Saturday, February 2, 2013
Purloined from another forum; "Today's theory, by me Mars, being smaller than Earth, cooled down first and became habitable a long time before Earth did. However, Mars does not have an atmosphere now and is unlivable. Its planetary core cooled down too much (just as Earth's will, inevitably), and Mars lost its protective magnetic field ("cores creates a geodynamo that generates a magnetic field", Wiki says). Without that field, the sun's radiations blew away the atmosphere. Dead, dead Mars (the surface, anyway). Perhaps the Martians came to Earth. They wouldn't have to go far, galactically speaking If they were smart, perhaps they figured out that the catastrophe was coming. Perhaps we are partly them, partly a native species. We certainly seem to be really interested in sending probes to Mars, whereas going back to the Moon was proposed by ex-Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich and he was immediately ridiculed for that and I wonder why the intense hostility to that particular idea? Were we warned to stay away from the Moon? Ancient Monuments - see also Gobekli Teki in Turkey, dated as 12,000 years old, where people carved 25 acres of granite monuments and then buried it all (supposedly we had just stopped living in caves, and people are carving granite? With rocks and bones?) Also, check out Puma Punku in Bolivia. What is there defies explanation by main stream thinking. Religions and other institutions may crumble if and when the truth is ever known by the masses. I don't know what the truth is (I've only been sentient for half a century, I make no claim about knowing for sure) - but what I'm sure of, is that much information and evidence is being kept from us - and is that supposedly for our benefit? Or does that benefit our masters? Your helpful acrostic pest, locust literally one computer user stubbornly typing " and appreciated. A "new one": the earth and mars were twins, and captured by the Jupiter/Sol Twins began a dance of life. Until you get past twelve decades, you don't know squaelch. When a third partner named Venus interposed herself, and scared the water off.