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Earthlings are Invading Mars

Updated on October 1, 2012
Frozen Liquid Storm on Mars
Frozen Liquid Storm on Mars

by Christine B.

Recently the US released a report that NASA scientists have discovered dry ice snow falling at the Martian South Pole. They discovered this phenomena through NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO). That’s very interesting news.

The US currently has two mechanical probes on the surface of Mars taking photographs and analyzing soil and rock samples. They send information about the Red Planet back to us on a daily basis. I wonder, if there is life on Mars, how the Martians would feel if they knew they were being invaded by aliens from Earth.

In 1938 Orson Wells shocked the nation by his War of the Worlds broadcast. The thought that aliens from another planet were checking up on us and would possibly make war with Earthlings sent most people into a panic. This broadcast, and people’s reaction to it was very likely the reason the government has been keeping the truth about UFOs from us for decades.

Back to Mars…we have satellite orbiters over Mars, and mechanical explorers on its surface. Aren’t we doing the same thing on Mars that aliens from other planets have been doing to us for centuries? When the alien bodies were found in Roswell, New Mexico in 1947, didn’t we dissect them to see how their systems operated? If a living alien would be found on Mars or on our moon, don’t you think our government scientists would take skin samples, x-rays, scans and probe their bodies to determine how they differ from ours? Wouldn’t it make sense that Martian life would be just as afraid of us as we have been with the thought of meeting up with them? Why is it okay for us to invade Mars with our mechanical probes, but not okay for other planets to do the same thing on Earth?

Don’t get me wrong, I’m excited about our ventures into space and believe it is something that we need to be doing. I’m just attempting to make a point that all these scary movies and TV programs about aliens coming to Earth to destroy us are just more Hollywood Hype. Why TV and Movie producers want to scare the crap out of us all the time in an effort to make money is beyond my comprehension. Don’t buy into it. We are so much more informed than we were in 1938.

All of the evidence we have uncovered on Earth about former alien visitors indicate that they came to help us advance, and not to destroy us. And let’s face it folks, it an alien race did want to destroy us, this planet would have been toast a long time ago. Instead, they showed us how to build aqueducts, and how to read the stars so we could better calculate the planting seasons. They built pyramids and taught us mathematics. I wonder if we would be as helpful to an alien race if the roles were flipped. Or would we take their minerals and land and then hand out blankets laced with the small pox virus?


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