Monday, March 4, 2013
NASA spent more than a billion dollars to investigate the planet Mars for water. There is a very good chance that Mars had water flowing at one time and this opens up the possibility for life. BUT..there is a giant asterisk next to this exciting information. The water that may have held life on Mars..existed One Billion Years Ago. Modern man aka Homo Sapiens have only been around for about 70,000 years or so. A billion years is equal to 1000 X one million! IF life had evolved on Mars...they probably blew themselves up already. Their technology would have been exponentially more advanced than primitive humans...like 900 millions years more advanced! This of course is IF they survived a planetary nuclear war which of course isn't likely. Nor is it likely mankind will survive its nuclear war. Most people simply don't understand that it's NOT about getting blown up into pieces at all. It's about poisoning the atmosphere around the earth with radioactive waste...forever. Do you remember how 'they' wanted to use low level radiation to 'irradiate' apples to extend their shelf life? This works because all the living organisms on the apple are killed by the radiation. When the earth is inundated with toxic radioactive waste...the organisms called people will all die. Period. There will be no turning the clock back. There will be no magic pill to swallow. This all brings us to the ultimate question. After mankind destroys every living thing on earth...and all that is left is the dead sister of Mars...What was the point of it all? Take a close look at the surface of Mars in those photos sent back to NASA. Mars is dead. It is a reminder of the temporary nature of all life.