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  1. #1
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    Dec 2008
    Rochester, New York

    Was There a Natural Nuclear Blast on Mars?

    ...Another possibility is that the reaction occurred in mid-air and did not leave a crater -- which is exactly what happened at the Tunguska event in Russia in 1909, presumably by a large comet.

    Harrison Schmitt, a geological expert and the last man to step out of the Apollo spacecraft on the moon, told FoxNews.com that there is “general validity” to Brandenburg’s theory. He said the nuclear reaction may not have been caused by an explosion, however, and might have occurred over time.

    Edward D. McCullough, a science and space consultant, agreed that the Mare Acidalium region of Mars does show some strange colors and terrain formations that seem unexplainable.

    “There seems to be a reasonable closure between the number of fissions required to produce the Xenon 129 enhancement and the amount of energy required to toss material to that point on Mars,” he said.

    “This massive nuclear explosion on Mars seems to defy natural explanation,” said Brandenburg....

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/scitech/2011/...#ixzz1IUMs4jhe

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2007
    Don't call me crazy cakes because I'm just the messenger. This is feasible if only related to what my DD was telling me.

    Ummmmmm, do we have a treaty with Mars? Serrrsly.