In part one of this presentation, physicist Eugene Bagashov began his examination of some of the enduring geological mysteries on Mars.
Of course, geologists examining the surface of Mars project familiar earthly processes onto the Red Planet — they imagine volcanic eruptions, flowing water and impacts from space as dominant forces shaping the Martian landscape. But countless Martian features defy these explanations.
Proponents of the Electric Universe theory have proposed that another process, high energy electrical discharge, may have produced some of the dramatic features on Mars — a hypothesis with a growing body of experimental support.
In this conclusion, Eugene summarizes some of the most compelling evidence for electrical scarring on Mars and elsewhere in the solar system, including our own planet.
Part one of the presentation:
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