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Curiosity Shows Martian Soil to Be Volcanic in Origin

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  • Chuck
    http://tinyurl.com/Mars-GSM-A While not unexpected or new the Mars Rover Curiosity has shown that Martian soil to be volcanic in origin. As a result it
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      While not unexpected or new the Mars Rover Curiosity has shown that Martian
      soil to be volcanic in origin. As a result it continues to show support for
      the Catastrophic Model of Martian Geology.

      http://tinyurl.com/Mars-GSM-C

      http://tinyurl.com/Mars-GSM-Paper



      According to this Martian Geology is largely the result catastrophic
      processes including catastrophic volcanic activity as a result Martian soil
      would be largely volcanic in and it is. The analysis by Curiosity is also
      consistent with Gale Crater once having a wet environment and then becoming
      the dry environment it has today. This is also expected with Catastrophic
      Model of Martian Geology since the volcanic activity and asteroid impacts
      described in the mode would have filled the Martian atmosphere with dust
      increasing the temperature and pressure above the point here water could
      exist on the surface. One main difference in between this model the
      uniformitarian model promoted by JPL is that the events in the catastrophic
      model could have occurred much more recently in fact possibly with in the
      last few thousand years. According to my original paper on the topic these
      events would have occurred at about the tine of the Genesis Flood on Earth.





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