Life on mars➡ Life on earth

Imagine that living on mars was the norm. And actually this is dating back way before there was human history on earth. Early ages actually. So your planet"mars" is crumbling and the (you)Martians have,to develop or borrow advanced technology to get to earth before the “void” . Eventually it was a success. They blew out their atmosphere from chaos. Some made it here and had to start over. So what if our ancestors is from mars … What about there’s ? I’m just saying it just came to me twenty minutes ago reading @Kazuma post. This is haetism . Something I just made up. There was life on mars in the past. Corroded pyramids, deep planet depressions. Life will develope according to the environment. As if the environment influenced genetics. Look at the polar bears. Why are they becoming extinct.


Dude look at the general terrain here.

Mars has sandstorms like none other… on a whole planet with raging winds it’s not surprising that one rock formation would be properly constructed inside to withstand the winds and erode in this fashion…

If there were a civilization there would be more traces everywhere.

Like this hah:

Then there is the face

more pyramid-esque structures… these ones not perfect at all… just eroded rocks…

the face as photoed over time:

The martian surface is barren and rugged… it doesn’t have plate-tectonics… it can’t “heal” from crater impacts like it used too.

Add the sandstorms are you are likely going to have vastly different terrain features than you would find on earth…

Now they are still going to search for micro-fossils in the soil. It is theorized that mars was once warm and wet like the earth… but the planet, being smaller, cooled and lost its atmosphere.

Evolution… especially evolution to sentience… takes a long time…

There isn’t a chance that their has ever been complex life on mars in my mind. I used to dream about it, but after looking into it it’s just not there. You’ll have a better time trying to prove aliens are among us.


Aww that’s how you feel huh.

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I don’t believe in photos just experiences. Online research isn’t enough . Factual evidence is just the grain. April fools

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hah indeed it is…

Just wanted you to see the info I had seen…

It’s still interesting to think about

I forgot that is what the day is…

That’s my best defense right now. Today

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I just Googled “nuclear mars” and grabbed the first popular news outlet that came up, sorry for the people who lurch at Fox News. I also know nothing about this Orbital Technologies Corp. Someone with more knowledge in these particular sciences feel free to pick it apart and debate its validity because I do find it interesting. That said:


About 180 million years ago, a planet-shattering yet naturally occurring nuclear reaction may have wiped out everything on Mars, sending a shockwave that turned the planet into dry sand.

Even more incredible: A natural nuclear reaction could have occurred on our own planet – and could happen again, said Dr. John Brandenburg, a senior propulsion scientist at Orbital Technologies Corp.

"The Martian surface is covered with a thin layer of radioactive substances including uranium, thorium and radioactive potassium – and this pattern radiates from a hot spot [on Mars],” Brandenburg told

“A nuclear explosion could have sent debris all around the planet," he said. “Maps of gamma rays on Mars show a big red spot that seems like a radiating debris pattern … on the opposite side of the planet there is another red spot.”

_According to Brandenburg, the natural explosion, the equivalent of 1 million one-megaton hydrogen bombs, occurred in the northern Mare Acidalium region of Mars where there is a heavy concentration of radioactivity. _

This explosion filled the Martian atmosphere with radio-isotopes as well, which are seen in recent gamma ray spectrometry data taken by NASA, he said.

The radioactivity also explains why the planet looks red.

So yeah I can see how people could very easily form theories that there was a civilization on Mars, nuclear war happened and they wound up here. There are still plot holes and assumptions everywhere with it, but it’s sure as hell fun to speculate anyway.

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these naturally occur on the earth as well. Potassium is almost always radioactive. Bananas are radioactive…

not seeing anything on the web that would indicate nuclear fission would occur due to meteor impacts… which was my first assumption.

It could be that mars has higher amounts of uranium and thorium which upon the substantial of a meteor would be released into the atmosphere and then fall to the surface.

I mean the planet is dry because it can’t hold atmosphere… it has no magnetosphere… the solar winds strip away what atmosphere it can’t hold by its own gravity… which is much less than earths.

This speculation of mars stuff has been going on for over a century…

When first seen the observer thought there were canals running the latitudes of the planet allowing the civilization up there to irrigate the whole world from the poles… some pretty good fiction was written off this premise.

All the same there are no canals…

I’ll also add that Fox News is not a scientific agency… they make what sells. That was put together by a journalist with the intention of suggesting/selling an idea.

but there is the real killer of this being related to an ancient martian civilization… the expert they were interviewing specified the reaction was “natural.”

You were just adding to the convo… I see where you are coming from now… I jumped the gun and did exactly what you’d said I do lol

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Yeah for sure, thanks for the info, too. I love to conjure up them theories, though. It’s fun, even if we poke fun at ourselves for it.

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It’s a April fools joke guys:-(


good to know… I take ■■■■ way to serious and need to chill out… hah

good stuff though…

I think the planet is red for totally different reasons, but I haven’t looked it up.

yeah but its an excellent convo… sorry if you were fishing for pigeons… I’m not a fan of april fools

Haha sorry I love the theories for real. Don’t full-boar believe any of them (well uh, most of the time coughs), but I love discussing them with people who know more than me. I couldn’t resist. :hushed:


I’m sorry g. I need you as my lawyer

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My hands get sweaty when someone posts something interesting lol it’s like my mind starts racing and I can’t reply because you know


Lol yes I know, except I do reply and run my mouth but that’s just me. Ever naughty.


That’s the quickest way to learn… unless you’re a quick reader.

I wish I knew law… but that kind of formality a bureaucracy puts me off… I raka disaprin

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I have to dry my finger tips if it touches my soul.