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#1 2017-05-17 20:09:17

Dave_Duca
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From: Oconto, WI usa
Registered: 2017-03-15
Posts: 87

Dichotmy and Newton's Cradle

In the case for Mars' demise,

Three years ago, Christopher McKay sent me a White Paper on
Maria Marinova's presentation of the Mega Impact which has obviously
destructed an entire planet.
Leaving two small remnants we see today, called: Phobos & Deimos.

]http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v4 … 07070.html
Otherwise, google up: "Dichotomy Mars Mega Impact"

What's equally fascinating is how the Hellas Basin on one side the planet
and the Tharsis Rise on the exact opposite were created by
the Newton's Cradle effect at a time when the Planet was still soft inside
during its early stages of development.

As evidenced by the magnetometric photo map from nasa, the dominant south pole
was disturbed and upsetting it's axis nearly 51 degrees.
]https://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/jpeg/PIA02059.jpg

Now, if we can only get the assistance to a Laboratory's Super Computer and
Back-Date the time-line to the moment of impact.

That would be nice, yes?

Last edited by Dave_Duca (2017-07-11 17:58:15)

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