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Default Multiple “water bodies” found under surface of Mars

Several liquid bodies have been found under the south pole of Mars, according to a major new study.

The findings give extra credence to previous research that suggested there could be a large saltwater lake underneath the Martian surface, the researchers claim – and also led to them discovering a number of other wet areas.

The findings could be key in the search for alien life on the planet, the researchers note, given life as we know it requires liquid water to survive.

https://www.independent.co.uk/life-s...e-b673519.html
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“The odds of the anomalous items imaged in the Cydonia region of Mars being of Natural Origin are one thousand billion, billion to one against this theory. In other words, the possibility that these objects occurred naturally has been ruled out beyond a shadow of doubt.

In 2002 Dr. Tom van Flandern, a PhD in Astronomy and formerly the Chief of the Celestial Mechanics Branch of the Nautical Almanac Office and the US Naval Observatory, gave a lecture that sent shockwaves through the field of astronomy ripples of controversy created by this lecture continue right up through today.
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Mars was inhabited beyond a shadow of a doubt. https://youtu.be/2a3kvVJkohA
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I agree it probably was, as was Venus. They were much like earth at one point, or different points, then the sun came out of it's play pen, and they were doomed.
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I agree it probably was, as was Venus. They were much like earth at one point, or different points, then the sun came out of it's play pen, and they were doomed.
Something tells me that one planet that is supposed to be there but is an asteroid belt now and Mars that has isotopes consistent with a nuclear blast of atmosphere destroying magnitude were not the best of neighbors...

There is evidence on earth of nuclear blasts from millions of years ago.

“When the Trinity team discovered the green glass in the bomb craters, they named the material “Trinitite.” The glass also called “nuclear,” “atomic,” and “desert” glass, was formed when silica sand was heated to temperatures above 1,700 degrees centigrade by the blast.

After the Trinity test, engineer Albion Hart noticed that the Trinitite was identical to the material he had seen in the African desert decades earlier. He calculated that the size of the African glass deposit indicated a blast ten thousand times more powerful than the Trinity bomb. The similarities were dismissed, as no one believed an ancient or modern blast of those proportions as possible.”

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Earlier, In 1932, an Egyptian Geological Survey team member Patrick Clayton was driving across the desert near the Saad Plateau. He said he heard a “crunching” under the wheels of his car; unusual, in that he was driving on sand surfaces. He stopped and discovered large pieces of glass in the sand.


The glass has also been found under Neolithic, Sumerian, and Babylonian layers at archaeological sites in Iraq. Is it possible that an ancient civilization prior to the Neolithic period blew itself back to the stone age with nuclear devices?

Libyan desert glass deposits, estimated to be 28.5 million years old, stretch over 6,500 square kilometers into neighboring Egypt. The light green Libyan glass, called “the rock of god,” was so gem-like and crystal clear it was used in royal Egyptian jewelry. Ten thousand-year-old paleolithic tools made from desert glass have been found in Egypt and throughout North Africa.

Desert Glass Created by Lighting and Meteors?
Mainstream science asserts that desert glass (other than White Sands) is the product of ancient meteor and lightning strikes, but others have debunked these theories.

Meteor strikes leave impact craters and meteoric iron fragments as well as tektite stones, generally opaque gray or brown because of the presence of iron and other minerals. While a meteor may burn at temperatures hot enough to melt sand into the tektite glass, the remnants generally take the form of tiny glass “beads” rather than widespread layers and slabs.

Lightning can be hot enough to fuse silica, but the resulting glass takes the form of the strike tunneling into the ground and looks like many-branched coral with a sandy coating.

While the Trinity bomb left a crater, post-test bombs were detonated well above ground, as Oppenheimer’s team discovered mid-air detonation maximized damage. The Hiroshima bomb detonated at 600 meters (2,000 ft.) above ground, and the Nagasaki bomb exploded 500 meters (1,620 ft.) above ground. Aerial detonation minimizes ground craters, consistent with an absence of craters at desert glass deposits.
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Ancient Radioactive Sites in India and Pakistan

Ten miles west of Jodhpur, a city in the Northern Rajasthan region of India, a three-square-mile radioactive zone was discovered during excavation for a housing project. Under the ground surface were a layer of highly radioactive dust and ash in a circular pattern, “consistent with what occurs underneath a typical air-burst nuclear detonation.”

The housing project was canceled, but coincidentally, in 2016, India’s Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) built a laboratory at Jodhpur to develop a drone-mounted radioactivity sensor.


In what is now Pakistan, the ruins of two ancient cities, Harappa and Mohenjo-Dara, were discovered in the 1920s. The two sites were dated to around 2,500 BCE. Archaeological excavation began, and when the dig reached the original street level, 44 skeletons were found sprawled in the ancient roadways.

A researcher, David Davenport, found what would have been a blast epicenter, “a 50-yard radius at the site where all objects were found to have been fused and glassified.” Another researcher reported at least one skeleton that had “50 times the level of radiation is should have had.”


After the discoveries, there was official silence on the topic, aside from explanations that included a meteor strike, nuclear testing, and other scenarios. What was interesting was the 1983 National Cancer Registry report stating that leukemia and skin, bone, and prostate cancer occurrences were much higher in Jodhpur than the rest of the country.


While officials and mainstream scientists continue to find alternate explanations for anomalies like desert glass, radioactive skeletons, ancient nuclear dust, and ash, etc., the simplest explanation is that at some point in distant human history, radioactive devices were detonated.

As a scientist, Oppenheimer would have been familiar with the Occam’s Razor principle — if there are multiple explanations for a mystery, the simplest solution is likely to closest to the truth.
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Were the Magical Weapons of the Mahabharata Nuclear Bombs?

One section of the Bhagavad-Gita, called the “Book of Drona,” describes ‘magical’ weapons, called “astra,” that could destroy entire armies, “causing crowds of warriors with steeds and elephants and weapons to be carried away as if they were dry leaves of trees.”

Another weapon was described as producing vertical, billowing smoke clouds that opened consecutively like giant umbrellas, reminiscent of the massive rising mushroom clouds produced by the Trinity test.

Among the most destructive of the astra was the “brahmastra,” created by the god Brahma, a “single projectile charged with all the power in the universe. It was an unknown weapon, an iron thunderbolt, a gigantic messenger of death which reduced to ashes an entire race. There was neither a counter attack nor a defense that could stop it.”

The weapon produced “an incandescent column of smoke and flame as bright as 10,000 suns that rose in all its splendor. After, corpses were so burned as to be unrecognizable. Their hair and nails fell out; pottery broke without any apparent cause, and the birds turned white…

After a few hours, all foodstuffs were infected.
“Any target hit by the brahmastra would be utterly destroyed; land would become barren and lifeless, rainfall would cease, and infertility in humans and animals would follow for aeons of time.”

The brahmastra was detonated at the end of the final 18-day battle of Kurukshetra. The Pandavas vanquished their enemy, the Kauravas, with the devastating weapon, but the few surviving Pandavas discovered that there was nothing left to occupy, and no one left to rule.

The brahmastra had destroyed the entire Kauravas society and turned the region (present-day Rajasthan) to desert. The war also marked, in the Vedic system, the beginning of the current “Kaliyuga” age.
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So as one can see, the “place” and the “story” match. The fused glass found at Rajasthan (India) is the proof. That’s not enough for some
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