Physicist Explains the Existence of a Dead Martian Humanoid Civilization Killed in Nuclear Blast

By: April Carson

The most compelling explanation for what occurred on Mars stems from a 2015 study published by physicist John E. Brandenburg. The planet's atmosphere was destroyed by a massive thermonuclear blast, which resembled Earth's previously. In the study, the Cydonian Hypothesis and Fermi's Paradox were considered.

Brandenburg looked at the Cydonian Hypothesis in light of the imaging and geochemical findings. He utilized the Giza Pyramids, Sphinx, and Olmec heads as analogs under the Principle of Mediocrity with attention to detail to provide a model for comparison with Mars artifacts based on Earthlike ruined archaeology.

Brandenburg's study found that the most likely scenario for the destruction of Mars' atmosphere was a thermonuclear explosion. The evidence for this is the high levels of Xenon-129 and Iodine-131 found in the Martian atmosphere. These elements are not found naturally on Mars, but are created by nuclear explosions.

In the 1950s, Enrico Fermi tried to figure out if there was a live universe that could support intelligent life. In addition, he recognized how recently the cosmos had existed compared to humanity. Other species had plenty of time to develop radio and television broadcasts and explore all inhabited planets throughout the cosmos.

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has anticipated the discovery of relics from previous intelligent activity in the Solar System since its inception: “Though intelligent or semi-intelligent life may exist elsewhere in our solar system, it is very probable that if intelligent extraterrestrial life is discovered in the next 20 years, it will be through radio telescope transmissions from other star systems. Artefacts left on the moon or other planets might potentially provide proof of its presence.”

According to the Cydonian Hypothesis, an ancient, indigenous culture on Mars dating back to the Bronze Age was proven by evidence from the two Martian areas Cydonia Mensa and Galaxias Chaos, as argued by physicist Brandenburg in his research. According to isotopic and gamma-ray data from the planet, there is evidence that a significant mixed fusion-fission explosion occurred on Mars near Cydonia Mensa. The data suggests that the explosion was caused by nuclear weapons.

Brandenburg argues that the ancient culture on Mars was destroyed in a massive nuclear blast, which wiped out all evidence of their existence. He believes that this event took place around 10,000 years ago and was caused by an advanced civilization that was more technologically advanced than our own. The explosion was so powerful that it caused the planet's surface to be covered in a thick layer of dust and debris.

Noble gases, whose original relative abundances are thought to have been established by primordial nucleo-synthesis before the formation of the solar system, remain nearly free of chemical interactions with their surroundings and offer insights into how modern planetary atmosphere evolved.

In terms of atmosphere, they are distinguished by the fact that 129Xe and 40Ar are the two noble gas isotopes that dominate their other isotopes in relation to Earth and other inventory, which is a unique feature of Mars' atmosphere. Both of these gases are emanated as a result of nuclear processes taking place in a planet's environment. The Martian origin of the SNC meteorites was discovered thanks to their distinct isotopic features.

The Martian debris that makes up the SNC meteorites is interesting because it suggests that a significant nuclear event occurred on the red planet in the distant past. One popular theory is that a massive nuclear explosion went off on Mars, wiping out an ancient civilization that may have once lived there.

If this theory is correct, it would explain the strange isotopic ratios of the SNC meteorites. It is possible that the explosive event on Mars created a cloud of debris that eventually made its way to Earth, where it fell as meteorites.

It is consistent with existing data and can therefore be considered a potential explanation for current findings. It implies that significant radiological processes, which produced a large number of signature isotopes and buried the Martian surface in a thin layer of radioactive debris rich in particular elements relative to its underlying rocks, took place there. This pattern of events may be linked to two major abnormal nuclear explosions that occurred on Mars in the distant past.

It was the most straightforward explanation that could be constructed, based on Viking data, for the apparent archaeology on Mars because it assumed that identical processes: life, evolution, and civilization, which produced the Pyramids and Sphinx on Earth, had operated for a similar length of time on Mars.

Based on evidence that biology began early on Mars, as it did on Earth, and persisted for the whole of its geologic history. Both planets developed with a liquid water environment on their surfaces and evolved within a tectonic setting.

The Cydonian Hypothesis was developed in conjunction with evidence of a long-term Martian climate and the Face in Cydonia, as well as the adjacent D&M Pyramid.

It is now widely accepted that the Face and other Cydonian features are natural, though some research continues into the possibility that they were shaped by intelligent design.

However, the idea that a nuclear blast might have killed a Martian civilization has been largely dismissed by the scientific community.

The conclusion is now that the CH has been conclusively verified, with higher resolution photographs of the face and D&M pyramid in Cydonia Mensa revealing apparent brickwork and additional anatomical and artistic features not seen in Viking Images, as well as fresh images of the face "Galaxias A" in Galaxias Chaos (also known as the Utopia site), which confirmed its comparable structure to the face in Cydonia Mensa and new brickwork-like features.

In other words, certain regions on Mars show obvious signs of ancient archaeology from a long-extinct indigenous culture that is compatible with a long-lived, highly developed biosphere on Mars in the past, similar to the one on Earth. It's also worth noting that the nuclear catastrophe described in the paper spared specific bacterial species, and these may have been discovered during Gilbert Levin and Patricia Straat's 1976 Viking Labelled Release Experiments. Whatever the case, it is now abundantly clear that there was once a highly advanced civilization on Mars that met a very violent end.

It's still not entirely clear what caused the nuclear blast that wiped out the Martian civilization.

The presence of a long-dead humanoid society on Mars is entirely compatible with both the planet’s apparent long-lived Earthlike past climate and the Principle of Mediocrity, which holds that any long-lived Earthlike environment will eventually give rise to intelligent life. This Martian civilisation likely vanished as a result of an unidentified global disaster that transformed Mars’ environment from being Earthlike to what it is now in a very short amount of geologic time. But was it a major nuclear assault that brought this civilisation to an end?

All things considered, the evidence points to Mars being the site of a nuclear war on a planetary scale. Thus, Mars could hold the key to solving Fermi’s paradox. To learn as much as possible about what happened there, Brandenburg suggested that a mission for human habitation of Mars be launched right now.

While there is no direct evidence of a nuclear war on Mars, the circumstantial evidence is hard to ignore. For example, the red planet has a very strange atmosphere. The vast majority of its atmosphere consists of carbon dioxide, with only trace amounts of nitrogen and oxygen. This is not the kind of composition that one would expect from a planet that has been hospitable to life.

If intelligent aliens exist, then it stands to reason that they would have developed the technology to destroy themselves. And if they did, the remnants of that destruction would be visible from space. That’s exactly what Brandenburg and his team found when they analyzed data from Mars Global Surveyor and Mars Odyssey orbiters.

The first step towards NASA's long-standing goal would be to discover clear evidence of a Martian civilization wiped out in a huge nuclear explosion.

The findings for this study was originally published on Collective Spark.

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