MILLINOCKET, Maine, April 13, 2014 – Six hundred and fifty thousand years ago give or take a few thousand years, the Martians thought they had a problem. The surface of Mars seemed to be warming too quickly for some and certain influential Martians began to suggest that all Martian planetary activities were to blame.
They surmised that that it was necessary to stop the re-circulation of some atmospheric gases to stop the warming of Mars.
Over time, after many alarming warnings of the dire consequences of ignoring the problem, the Grand Hot Air Council convened at Cydonia. It was resolved that dangerous greenhouse gases should be collected and stored.
Great machines were built to separate the bad atmospheric gases from the good ones. The bad gases were pumped underground through large tubes into great caverns that had been sealed to prevent leakage.
Things went well for a couple of generations, everyone felt good about having halted the warming of the Martian surface. Celebrations were held periodically that extolled the virtues of those brave Martians who had helped the planet avoided certain doom.
But after a few more generations had come and gone, the canals were beginning to dry up. Vegetation became stunted and sparse as water in the atmosphere evaporated into space.
In spite of the efforts of their ancestors, Mars began to experience large swings in atmospheric conditions. As the atmosphere dried out, great dust storms became more prevalent and coupled with regional temperature extremes, most of the surface was uninhabitable.
Then, some five hundred thousand years ago, like the Mayan civilization on Earth, the Martians just disappeared. Did they go underground, or did they find a way to move to another planet? Is it possible that Martian descendants are orchestrating the Earth’s climate change agenda right now? Hmm … makes you wonder doesn’t it?
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