Life on Mars: The Health Ranger talks to Mike Bara about the Mysteries of the Red Planet

by Zoey Sky (Natural News)

In a video for Brighteon, the free speech alternative to YouTube, Health Ranger Mike Adams talked to Mike Bara, a New York Times best-selling author and content creator who was in “YouTube prison” for a month simply for speaking the truth about the government’s secret missions to outer space.

Adams and Bara discussed many fascinating topics, like the link between Mars and modern humans.

There’s proof that we are not alone, says Bara

Adams started the interview with “big-picture questions,” asking Bara what he can say to those who still believe that humans are alone in the vast, mostly unexplored, universe. Bara, a lecturer, TV personality and self-described “Born Again conspiracy theorist,” said that the strongest proof we have that aliens exist is the fact that humans exist.

Bara suggested browsing Brighteon videos about Hubble Space Telescope shots of the Andromeda galaxy. The footage clearly shows the Milky Way, and, as you zoom in, you can see that there are billions and billions of stars. (Related: Top secret UFO hunting department in Pentagon to publish reports about claims it found vehicles “not made on this Earth.”)

Because there are countless stars in the night sky, looking at them makes Bara himself think that even if everything is human intelligence and existence is an accident, it also had to have happened somewhere else in the universe. This means there’s a chance that Earth and its many inhabitants are surrounded by many alien friends, and possibly enemies, that are also interested in humans.

Adams noted that there’s also been possible proof of alien life in the Solar System, which was found by the 1976 Viking mission from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). The mission helped proved that there was microbial life in the soil on Mars.

Adams added that while NASA experts claim there is no atmosphere on Mars, the agency recently sent a helicopter to the planet where it sent up little tornado twisters or dust devils, proving that the planet had air to make dust devils possible. Bara confirmed that Mars does have a thin atmosphere, with only a few millibars compared to Earth, and that’s mostly made up of carbon dioxide (CO2).

This unique atmosphere is ideal because to grow life on Mars, all you need to do is genetically engineer some plants that take in CO2 and release oxygen to terraform the planet into the lush and beautiful Earth-like world it once was a million years ago, said Bara. This might seem like a tall order, but Bara is confident that this can be done within the next hundred years.

What happened to Mars?

Adams brought up Bara’s past research on Mars, asking what the latter thinks happened to the Red Planet.

In Bara’s book “The Choice: Using Conscious Thought and Physics of the Mind to Reshape the World,” which was published in 2010, along with other titles like “Ancient Aliens on Mars” and “Ancient Aliens on Mars II,” he discussed a cataclysm on Mars, the likes of which humans can’t even imagine.

Years ago, Bara and Richard C. Hoagland co-wrote a paper with theories that proved how Mars isn’t a planet but the moon of a very massive planet or super-Earth, which has also been observed in other solar systems.

As a moon of this super-Earth, Mars was in a tidal-locked relationship. This means that like Earth’s Moon, Mars always showed the same face to its parent planet.

But something happened to this unknown planet, said to be at least five times as large as the Earth. It was either something caused by natural causes or an unnatural event. After the super-Earth exploded, it absolutely ripped away more than half of the atmosphere of Mars and devastated the planet.

Traces of the explosion may have caused many of the craters visible on one side of the Red Planet. There are too many of these craters that it’s impossible to count and name them all, explained Bara.

There’s also other proof that Mars was originally warm and wet, as shown by the water flow of the planet. Unfortunately, the explosion of Mars’ parent planet destroyed whatever life it supported millions of years ago, or at least made it so uninhabitable that whatever life forms moved underground, then eventually left.

Other researchers like Steven Benner, a chemist and one of the world’s experts on the origins of life, agree that life is possible on the Red Planet. In a 2013 talk at the Goldschmidt conference for geochemists, Benner suggested that Mars might have been a better place for life to begin than Earth.

Shocking as the claim may be, it’s possible because ancient Martian meteorites contain more boron and molybdenum, two crucial precursors to the formation of RNA, compared to early Earth.

In 2013, Christopher Adcock and Elizabeth Hausrath, two scientists at the University of Nevada, reported that phosphates, another important chemical in the formation of RNA, DNA and essential proteins, in Martian meteorites were more water-soluble than those on early Earth.

Because life is believed to have begun in the presence of water, Adcock and Hausrath’s findings suggest that Mars could have formed life more readily than Earth, backing Benner’s similar claims.

Humans may be both Martian and earthling

Bara believes that these creatures eventually moved to Earth and evolved into modern humans. He cited interesting factoids that support his theory, one being when astronauts go into space and reach microgravity or zero gravity, their circadian rhythms go from 24 hours to 24.9 hours.

A day on Mars, or one rotational period, is 24.9 hours. Bara posited that it’s as if human DNA, outside the influence of Earth’s gravity, eventually reverts into a Martian cycle instead of an earthly one. This indicates that some part of humans could be traced back to the first inhabitants of Mars.

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