Water on Mars: What Could it Mean?
What it Means
Now that the scientists have concluded that there is running water on Mars, what could it mean?
Firstly the scientists will tell you that it could mean that life could have once been on Mars, or life is still on Mars. It could also mean that life could yet form on the planet.
What it also means though is they would be able to build facilities on Mars.
Water is very heavy and so building a facility where there is no water is very expensive to maintain, having to supply the water to the facility.
Having water available also means that there is Hydrogen and Oxygen [H2O], meaning that they could produce their own oxygen for breathing and energy from the site.
I do not think that they have just made this discovery. I believe they have known for a good time and it is this find that has led them to the abandoning of the Space Shuttle program and the Russians soon closure of the Space Station.
I believe that now a shuttle will evolve, that can make return trips to Mars and a research station will be built there to replace the space station.
Mars is smaller than Earth; this means that there is less atmosphere for the telescopes to see through. It also means that there is less gravity, meaning space craft would need less fuel to break clear of the planets pull.
If the proper facilities were built on Mars, it would be a far more efficient place to continue our space explorations from.
Also, with facilities built to house geologists to explore the planet, this could become a scientist’s dream location.
What old or new minerals and ores will be found? This could lead to mining facilities being built.
All of these of course, would need the relevant infrastructures and amenities, cooks, cleaners and maybe even agriculture specialists. Transport, complete with the maintenance crews.
In other words a migration from our planet could start.
Let us not forget history though, or at least our knowledge of it.
In our ancient past, our ancestors the Sumerians, the Hopi and the Dogon, to mention a few, have all told of visitors from outer space. According to these stories these aliens were mostly concerned with mining.
If this were true, why would these aliens ignore Mars? They wouldn’t have, if they were capable of mining Earth I am sure that they would have also mined Mars.
Some have already suspected that certain sights on Mars appear to be of ancient ruins.
Will our explorations of Mars prove the existence of extra terrestrials?
Some people have even speculated that our ancient ancestor’s aliens were in fact Martians.
Why not? Mars is believed to be a lot older than Earth, if civilization evolved as quickly there as it did here, then they could have preceded us by millions of years.
As their water supplies on the planet diminished they looked to migrate. Stopping by a local planet [Earth], to mine the facilities needed for their interstellar voyage, moved on to another star system.
Could the finding of water on Mars lead to a migration from our planet or to us finally learning the truth about our past?