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Could there still be life of Mars?
Could there still be life of Mars?

We must assume, if Darwin correct, his evolutionary machine must never have been switched off. It wouldn't have just brought us forwards to fruition, but would still be bringing every other specie's forwards to fruition today, even on Mars. The Mars explorer or probes would have shown this. We might, in fact, still be seeing a process where creatures crawl from the sea, quadrupeds stand-up to become bipeds, and they themselves are leaving the jungle to tell us all about the hardship they've experienced. But we know for a fact this is not happening; and there is absolutely no available evidence to show this definitive metamorphosis took place in the past, or will continue to take place in the future.

What we have laid out before us is a very ambiguous set of circumstances that meet nothing other than circumstantial explanation.

But that does not particularly make me a creationist either. I do not personally believe Adam and Eve arrived in the garden of Eden and set humanity on its long perilous voyage from there either. In facti I think Darwin probably got it about right, but due to a restricted view failed to expand his theory with enough convincing explanation to make it plausible to a wider, intellectual audience. So how do we expand the theory:?

To do this we have to view our stellar mass and determine a few factors that may become relevant to all universal life, including us, and as this chapter suggested, Martians themselves.

What we will now do is re-invent our solar system, our star in particular, to turn it from a hot globular ball, into a fused vortex that governs our Solar System under the quantum gravitational principle we spoke of earlier. To refresh your mind on quantum gravity, we said, that all large gravity would be determined under the Einsteinian General relativity theory, yet allowed to diminish under Planck's quantum principle.

To explain that more simply, we say all gravity is controlled from a central point, but has an inbuilt ability to shape its own future through particle decay. However, if our own Sun was a constant burning ball of globular mass, this would not be possible, as fluctuations in its atomic matrix would never account for enough direct interference to alter the structure of life, to such an extent, where life itself would naturally take alternative routes.

What we need is a much stronger application to encourage life forms to change to such an extent, they re-invent themselves with no other option.

Therefore what we seek is to initially stop our own star becoming that proverbial globular ball of fused gas and change its atomic reaction to produce a body, able to shape - mould and manipulate a substructure it finds within its own locality. Our solar system.

If we imagine for one moment our star, during its initial fusion point, at the out set of creation within our own neighbourhood, we can determine our future on a limited scale. But we should also be aware, that if this process is reflective of our region, it should naturally be reflective of every other region within our Galaxy and universe beyond. It would seem inconceivable that stars might replicate themselves throughout the cosmos, but Planets around them do not.

If our Solar System originally ignited in one massive burst of hot fusion, we should assume that any massless body will instantly collapse back in on itself to produce a high level volume of mass if nothing else. But as this process happens, and a hot early vortex pulls in on itself, the natural gravitational influence within a Solar System is reintroduced.

It would have no option other than to introduce this phenomenon to allow itself an ambit to continue unabated. If it didn't the whole structure would perish at that decisive moment.

As our hot early star collapses back and reintroduces high proportions of gravity back in to the equation, we might say a newly forming Solar System will identify this change, and simply follow suit. As a region of space, during its early productfve cycle has experienced a shower of atomic particles, and structural matter, it must now naturally begin to clump. This clumping progress would be fundamental before a more carboniferous process began.

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