In a recent paper published in the journal of cosmology, Dr John Bradenburg summarized findings that indicated not only was there life on Mars…but someone wiped it out with massive nuclear explosions.
Among the data, Dr Bradenburg stated that there were highly elevated levels of uranium and thorium, by products of a nuclear reaction, on the surface Mars.
Even more importantly, these same elevated levels of uranium and thorium were not found on meteorites that had smashed into the planet in more recent times.
Basically, these pieces of evidence strongly indicate some sort of extreme event involving a planet wide nuclear explosion happened in the distant past.
Dr Bradenburg also points out how Mars once had oceans in an almost obvious way.
If you look at a map of Mars that reveals it’s topology or changes in elevation, the lowest points of elevation also correspond to the smoothest points, strongly suggesting that a massive ocean once lie there.
You can see this on the blue parts of this map of Mars, blue corresponds to the lowest parts of elevation.
Dr Bradenburg also has much more evidence substantiating his research which can be found in his publication.
If you want to read more of it, which is quite dense material, check out the link in the description below.
Just what happened on Mars? Why do all the pieces point towards something so drastic? Is Dr Bradenburg on to something?…and if so…could we meet a similar fate?
Here is a link to a cached copy of his full publication:
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