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Martians - Is There Still Intelligent Life On Mars?
They had one great chance to prosper from this universal act, and probably nearly made it. They must have been no more than a stones throw from achieving their aspirations. Venus, possibly a former, large sister Moon of Ganymede was pushed away from Jupiter and came plunging through the solar system, its trajectory already established.
As Mars and The Earth slowly came together at their closest points, Venus would have plunged between them, instantly dragging both bodies in on each other, then allowing their natural gravitational forces to push these colossal bodies apart before they finally settled. Venus itself would have continued its journey, impacted with our Sun, and sent a furnace of heat throughout our solar system. With the Earth now closer towards the star, gas would have quickly expanded, leaving carbon in its wake, while purifying both Hydrogen and oxygen to a more acceptable level.
Only one problem must have forbid this event, the gravitational forces of Mars and the Earth espoused. As Venus plummeted between both bodies, the volume of mass must have become immeasurably great, that Venus' acceleration must have dramatically slowed. She must have been left at the precise moment to settle in the orbit we see her in today. The Martian attempt at inter exchanging planetary bodies must have failed.
What must have appeared the perfect solution. to a difficult problem fizzled out in one futile, final, defiant gesture of defiance as it fixed itself in an orbit not that far from us. In fact, on universal terms, it situated itself right on our doorstep. Or did it? Yoy mean tbere could be another reason?
It means dealing in a nightmare scenario that even sends a cold chill down my spine, to such extents, initially I even refused to contemplate the idea as it fermented lucidly in my mind. I reached a point with this hypothesis where for days I simply refused to have anything further to do with it.
Previously I have stated in this short work I'm not in favour of explosions, such as a Big Bang singularity or dinosaurs being wiped out by impacting meteorites: And that I hold too. But when we enter knew realms, especially those that rely heavily on survival instincts, I find it difficult to rule them out totally. It is all based on how far any species would go to protect itself from annihilation. If we keep in mind our own defence systems contain large multiple scatter nuclear warheads, it might give us some credible insight to the lengths humanity would pursue in the search for survival.
If we are prepared to obliterate other species of our fellow human beings just to defend ourselves, might an Alien civilisation sacrifice our future for theirs?
After working tirelessly on the vortexing theory to showa star can produce enough mathematical properties to demonstrate an inbuilt ability to construct a contemporary solar system, and through temperature regulation govern a structure of planetary evolution, I decided to expand the thesis somewhat. At that point I found myself looking at inter-planetary exchanges. I was simply astounded by the proposition Mars and the Earth could exchange orbits if a strong enough gravitational influence provided a catalyst for them to work from. Venus provided me with the data I needed, and satisfied in my own mind, if any extraterrestrial force had motivated this action, they had failed. At that point I sat back with a certain sense of sobriety. That was until the nightmare thought hit me like a bolt from the blue.
I lay awake in bed one warm summer night, the windows open, me not sleeping, and just let my mind drift the way I so often do. I like the quiet night time to think, there's a certain peace about it all. Anyway, as I pondered my thoughts I began to question the validity of any Alien species, especially one much more advanced than ourselves making such a basic error in their calculations.
I wondered how they could have gotten it so abysmally wrong? After all if these creatures were more intellectual than us, to the point where they could shift a large Jovian Moon from its orbit and exchange one planet for another using natural gravitational fields, it seemed ridiculous they would not allow for a slow down in acceleration. That is when I thought it might be meant to settle where it did.
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