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 Post subject: manetic field on Mars
PostPosted: Mon Apr 14, 2008 9:02 pm 
I watched a doc on Nat Geo the other day about whats happening to the earths magnetic field, Its seems , according to certain scientists, that the earths magnetic field "flips" every 200,000 yrs or so, so has flipped many times in the past. How they found this out was through lava from volcanoes which contains things which set facing the direction of magnetic North...wherever magnetic North happens to be at the time. We are apparently overdue a flip because its been 600,000 yrs since the last one.....and they can see anomolies around the atlantic of what they say is the early stages of it happening.
They have also checked out samples from mars rock and found that Mars lost its magnetic field a few billion yrs ago, so it has been unprotected from the radiation and solar winds, resulting in the baron wastlands it is now.
This is all based on what they say is at the centre of the earth, and Mars, which they think is a liquid metal core. Earths is still liquid and some 6000 degrees, while they say Mars` core has solidified (frozen)
If all this is true, it would suggest that no life could have started on Mars and there deffinately wouldnt be any structures on the surface :roll:

PostPosted: Tue Apr 15, 2008 7:20 am 
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They're speculating, and it may be part of the "covered-up" mantra that's being fed to the scientists. I believe there was life on Mars--if not living there, at least working and building there. And I really DO believe the top NASA scientists do know that.

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