Why is the Planet Mars Old and Cold?


  • Maria Kuman


oxygen-isotopes ratio on mars; cold mars; old mars; adopted mars; sagittarius dwarf galaxy; ancient / contemporary retrospection


Recent study found that the ratio of oxygen isotopes on Mars is different from that on the Earth and the Moon. Study of Martian rocks also showed that Mars does not have magnetic field. Since the ring currents, which the planetary spinning induces in the liquid magma, crank the magnetic field of each planet, the lack of magnetic field on Mars means that Mars does not have liquid magma. Indeed, the lack of volcanic activity on Mars and the abundant ice found under its surface mean exactly this. Why is Mars an old and cold planet, while all other planets of our solar system have hot liquid magma? Also, as far back as in 1619 Kepler wrote in his book Harmonicis Mundi that the ratio of diverging and converging motion of Mars and Jupiter is the only dissonant ratio 18:19 in our Solar System. Maybe, we should believe the claims of the ancient Hindu texts that the planet Mars was sucked into our solar system from the old Sagittarius Dwarf Galaxy, when the last was merging through it. We can still see in our telescopes the Black Hole of this Dwarf Galaxy with the remaining stars orbiting around the center of our galaxy (Fig. 1). Since this Dwarf Galaxy consists of old (dwarf) stars that barely shine orbited by old and cold planets and Mars was found to be an old and cold planet, it was probably sucked from the old Dwarf Galaxy as the ancient Hindu texts said.

How to Cite

Maria Kuman. (2019). Why is the Planet Mars Old and Cold?. Global Journal of Science Frontier Research, 19(10), 39–42. Retrieved from https://journalofscience.org/index.php/GJSFR/article/view/2555

Why is the Planet Mars Old and Cold?