Radioactive Traces Are Proof The Martian Civilization Died In Nuclear Explosion

According to the prominent scientist, Dr. John Brandenburg, the ancient Martian civilization was annihilated from Mars’s surface by the cause of nuclear bombs.

Dr. Brandenburg has a Ph. D. in Theoretical Plasma Physics from the University of California. Currently, he operates as a plasma physicist at Orbital Technologies in Madison Wisconsin.

In line with his claims, there is abundant evidence which suggests there were two large nuclear explosions on the Red Planet throughout the distant history. He based his hypothesis on the marks of uranium and thorium found on Mars.

Dr. Brandenburg suggests that another hateful alien species extirpated the Martian civilization. Moreover, he is worried our humankind could undergo the same catastrophe.

Mars has been a subject of many examinations throughout the years. It is definitely not the first time some scientist believes there was actually a Martian civilization that existed on its surface.

However, the theories about how they vanished vary. Some researchers suggest the Red Planet was impacted by a comet or an asteroid.

Others believe the radioactive components discovered might imply there was a nuclear explosion that permanently changed the life on this planet.

Ancient Martians are famous as Cydonians and Utopians. In consonance with Dr. Brandenburg’s belief, they disappeared in a vast nuclear blast. As a matter of fact, he said the effects of this blast are visible even today.

Not only scientists believe there was indeed a Martian civilization, but they also started believing there was a nuclear event in Mars’s atmosphere.

Scientists found traces of Xenon-129 on Mars. And guess what, the only way to actually generate Xenon-129 is a nuclear explosion.

The picture above shows the Xenon Isotope mass from Mars which is almost the same as the amount accessible on Earth. This piece of information is one of the main leitmotifs for Dr. Brandenburg to impose his theory.

“Two great disasters happened on Mars,” said Brandenburg in a TV interview pointing to a Utopian map. “One here, and then an asteroid impact happened here, and Cydonia was right in between them. That’s puzzling. Why would so many bad things happen in one area of mars that just so happened to have archaeology on it?”

Brandenburg says that the large density of Xenon-129, Krypton-80 and of course, Uranium and Thorium traces on Mars initially spotted by Russia and later the Mars Odyssey Spacecraft Gamma Ray Spectrometer confirmed them.

According to him, this is plenty of evidence which points out Mars was once a place of a highly radioactive event.

Moreover, this event produced a lot of isotopes and covered the surface with a coating of contaminated rubble. Hence, this leads to a conclusion Mars underwent two serious nuclear explosions.