The geological implications of mars being red....
teachings of contactee alex collier
"During the period 69 million years ago on Mars, the planet was much like Earth, and they had a war on the planet. Moraney has said that many of the animal life forms that were on Mars are now on Earth, and that when we get to Mars as a race, we will find that there were dinosaurs and many of the same animals that we find fossils of now on Earth. Mars was pulled from its original orbit and rolled three times."
geology proves alex collier right!
This is the reason why the surface of the planet mars is so red, because ferromagnesian minerals (iron and magnesium) were washed across the planet's surface by the motions of the water on the planets surface, The fact that mars rolled three times would have given the oceans enough forward momentum to move these minerals across the planets surface.
Ferromegnesian minerals mostly form along ocean ridges, usually as basaltic pillow lavas so its likely that this would be the original source of the iron rich minerals because iron minerals form in these places in the greatest abundance. These minerals make up most of the upper surface of most oceanic crust in fact, so the same can be applied to mar's oceanic plate because the chemistry, I would imagine, would only be slightly different.
Since now that Mars is a desert, there would be alot of wind blown iron minerals aswell making mars evenly covered in iron rich minerals.
Of course the only reason that mars is red is because of oxygen, if there was no oxygen then the iron minerals would not be red because they couldnt oxidise or rust basically, but since NASA (never a straight answer) are a bunch of cock suckers, they prefer to play dumb to this fact and make everything a mystery.
Like how nasa constantly debates whether or not there is water on mars when any muppet can see theres ice caps on the poles of mars.
Also the real reason why there is no water on the surface of mars at the moment apart from ice (and a few other things), is that most of the oceans are now within the centre of the planet mars, since most of the water went down the polar entrances into the centre of the planet after forming a continuous column of water, so you could say the oceans of mars went down the plug hole so to speak.
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