Scientists Shows Nuclear Explosion On Mars

Astronomy Science ~ In November 2014, a plasma physicist Dr. John Brandenburg revealed his theory that ancient civilization on Mars have bee...

Astronomy Science ~ In November 2014, a plasma physicist Dr. John Brandenburg revealed his theory that ancient civilization on Mars have been slaughtered in a nuclear attack. Now, he's back, and he will be presenting new evidence for his theory at a conference at NASA. Brandenburg show evidence of a thin layer of radioactive substances on the surface of Mars. These substances, including uranium, thorium, potassium radioactive.

He added, on the Red planet's atmosphere it seemed traces of nuclear isotopes that resembles a hydrogen bomb testing. The trail can be seen at two sites in the Cydonia Mars Mensa and Galaxias Chaos. "We have found evidence of melted nuclear explosion hypothesized on the site and presented at the conference," he said.
This image shows a thin radioactive substance on Mars including uranium, thorium, potassium radioactive.
This image shows a thin radioactive substance on Mars including uranium, thorium, potassium radioactive.
This image shows two locations evidence of nuclear explosions on Mars
This image shows two locations evidence of nuclear explosions on Mars
Such evidence, he added, strongly supports the hypothesis of a massive nuclear in the past. At the conference, Brandenburg claimed would say choose a focus for his theory of nuclear rather than discuss the ancient civilizations that existed on Mars.

"My goal is to build a nuclear explosion that reality to the scientific community and non-natural origin of the explosion and then focus on the target explosion," he said. Brandenburg also said that there is no natural explanation on the theory. He reasoned, when the blast of neutrons around a billion megatons take place very quickly and made very small Mars.

"So this is not an asteroid explosion that created a large crater, and Horishima and Nagasaki atomic bomb that was created crater," he said. Earlier, in the past year, Brandenburg attract attention, after suggested the idea of ​​a past civilization on Mars, Cydonian alien race, and Utopian, lost due to a nuclear attack from another alien race.

Physicist John Brandenburg sure if there is another alien race that bomb Mars. In fact, the Earth will be the next target. The surface of the planet Mars and conditions currently believed to be formed, as a result of nuclear blow. Scientists were unsure about this, after examining the photographs released by NASA's Mars surface.
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