Марсианская ядерная катастрофа

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  1. Mars lacks an atmosphere because it doesn’t have a magnetic field. It may have had one in the geologic past. Without a protective magnetic field the atmosphere is slowly stripped away by the solar wind.

    Nukes don’t figure into any of this

  2. I think the Dark Forest is what happenned to mars.

    I think something disrupted the molten core damaging/ending its magnetic field.

    So including the radioactive isotopes and whatnot mars has some really odd features. First and most popular being Olympus Mons, largest mountain in the solar system. However its not part of a mountain range and sticks out as a unique geologic feature and is on the oplosite side of the planet from the dried ocean beds making up a large % of the surface.

    Mars also has an odd moon, same colour, potentially same composition and it does not rotate by its own momentum. It moves slightly slower than the rotarion of Mars. If they are made of the same materials, these two object have some relationship. Also odd that a moon would have the same surface composition as the nearby planet. If formed seperately the surface of mars would have been changed by an atmosphere, hydrology and geology and the moon to the stuff in space. Earth and our moon are made from similar materials but their surfaces are not very alike. Even rocky and sandy surface environments on earth are not very similar to the moon (but are somewhat similar to mars). Even if Earth and Mars have a shared history.

    I speculate wildly that about 2bn years ago Mars was struck with a kinetic weapon moving at insane velocities, of a very high density but relatively small in size. The weapon went straight through the planet leaving an entry (lowland oceans) and an exit (Olympus Mons) and a large chunk (solid or liquid) followed from that exit point. This killed the magnetic core and began the degredation of its atmosphere and ended its geologic activity.

    I have no proof for any of this and am likely very wrong but its a fun exercise.

  3. Law of One material says Mars was destroyed because of the “tendencies of these people towards bellicose [warlike] actions caused such difficulties in the atmospheric environment of their planet that it became inhospitable to life”.

    Which sounds like a nuke to me. 🤷‍♂️

  4. Doesn’t necessarily mean that a civilization existed on Mars. If some extraterrestrials nuked Mars, they may have done it since it’s a barren wasteland. If this is the case, we probably don’t have to worry about them coming back and nuking us.

  5. Wouldn’t there be high levels of radiation that would effect the landers ? Remember when they tried a moon lander to clean the Chernobyl incident, it died instantly. Wouldn’t there be an aversion to want to send a colony there if the radiation was that harmful? ( Nasa , Musk ) Wouldn’t there be some structural debris, building frames , temples or settlements , even after a nuclear explosion? Wouldn’t there be some remnants on the planets surface which we can clearly see from satellite imagery in the regions that weren’t as heavily “bombed”?

  6. The planet Mars is an arid, desolate wasteland; however, its barren landscape holds tales of its past. Upon closer examination of the evidence, a startling possibility emerges: the Red Planet’s current form may be attributed to the use of nuclear weaponry.

  7. This video is a very interesting piece of work, to be sure, and I have always been in agreement with John Brandenberg.

    However, and with all due respect, it is too bad that the host does not treat the pronunciation of the words “detonated” and “potent” with the same respect that he does with the pronunciation of “Bhagavad Gita” and “Mahābhārata”. He seems to be willing to fashionably mispronounce them, in that the letter “T” is not enunciated in these types of words.

    This is disappointing, considering the caliber of the video.

  8. Greetings.

    Mars🤔
    I remembered coming across those who thought the anomalous radiation
    in the «Galaxias Chaos» and «Cydonia» regions was unnatural.

    It seems like a subject worth investigating,
    apart from narrow patterns.

    Best the regards.

  9. I think the Dark Forest is what happenned to mars.

    I think something disrupted the molten core damaging/ending its magnetic field.

    So including the radioactive isotopes and whatnot mars has some really odd features. First and most popular being Olympus Mons, largest mountain in the solar system. However its not part of a mountain range and sticks out as a unique geologic feature and is on the oplosite side of the planet from the dried ocean beds making up a large % of the surface.

    Mars also has an odd moon, same colour, potentially same composition and it does not rotate by its own momentum. It moves slightly slower than the rotarion of Mars. If they are made of the same materials, these two object have some relationship. Also odd that a moon would have the same surface composition as the nearby planet. If formed seperately the surface of mars would have been changed by an atmosphere, hydrology and geology and the moon to the stuff in space. Earth and our moon are made from similar materials but their surfaces are not very alike. Even rocky and sandy surface environments on earth are not very similar to the moon (but are somewhat similar to mars). Even if Earth and Mars have a shared history.

    I speculate wildly that about 2bn years ago Mars was struck with a kinetic weapon moving at insane velocities, of a very high density but relatively small in size. The weapon went straight through the planet leaving an entry (lowland oceans) and an exit (Olympus Mons) and a large chunk (solid or liquid) followed from that exit point.

    I have no proof for any of this and am likely very wrong but its a fun exercise.

  10. I think the Dark Forest is what happenned to mars.

    I think something disrupted the molten core damaging/ending its magnetic field.

    So including the radioactive isotopes and whatnot mars has some really odd features. First and most popular being Olympus Mons, largest mountain in the solar system. However its not part of a mountain range and sticks out as a unique geologic feature and is on the oplosite side of the planet from the dried ocean beds making up a large % of the surface.

    Mars also has an odd moon, same colour, potentially same composition and it does not rotate by its own momentum. It moves slightly slower than the rotarion of Mars. If they are made of the same materials, these two object have some relationship. Also odd that a moon would have the same surface composition as the nearby planet. If formed seperately the surface of mars would have been changed by an atmosphere, hydrology and geology and the moon to the stuff in space. Earth and our moon are made from similar materials but their surfaces are not very alike. Even rocky and sandy surface environments on earth are not very similar to the moon (but are somewhat similar to mars). Even if Earth and Mars have a shared history.

    I speculate wildly that about 2bn years ago Mars was struck with a kinetic weapon moving at insane velocities, of a very high density but relatively small in size. The weapon went straight through the planet leaving an entry (lowland oceans) and an exit (Olympus Mons) and a large chunk (solid or liquid) followed from that exit point. This killed the magnetic core and began the degredation of its atmosphere and ended its geologic activity.

    I have no proof for any of this and am likely very wrong but its a fun exercise.

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