Ancient Martian Civilisation Wiped Out by a Nuclear Attack from Space

Ancient Martian Civilisation  Nuclear Attack SpaceNew proof of a nuclear catastrophe on Mars!

In an epic story of discovery, strong evidence is presented for a dead civilization on Mars and the shocking reason for its demise: an ancient planetary-scale nuclear massacre leaving isotopic traces of vast explosions that endure to our present age.

The story told by a wide range of Mars data is now clear. Mars was once Earth-like in climate, with an ocean and rivers, and for a long period became home to both plant and animal life, including a humanoid civilization. Then, for unfathomable reasons, a massive thermo-nuclear explosion ravaged the centers of the Martian civilization and destroyed the biosphere of the planet. But the story does not end there. This tragedy may explain Fermi’s Paradox, the fact that the cosmos, seemingly so fertile and with so many planets suitable for life, is as silent as a graveyard. We must immediately send astronauts to Mars to maximize our knowledge of what happened there, and learn how to avoid Mars’ fate.

His research centres around the ‘high concentration’ of Xenon-129 in the Martian atmosphere, and uranium and thorium on the surface, spotted by Nasa’s Mars Odyssey spacecraft.

Dr Brandenburg says evidence for the explosions exists near two sites that apparently had life in the past, including Cydonia, the location of the famous ‘face on Mars’ spotted from orbit

He warns, though, that we need to be fearful of an attack on our own planet, and should mount a manned mission to Mars to know what we’re up against.

‘Providentially, we are forewarned of this possible aspect of the cosmos,’ he writes. Read more Here.

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