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Was Venus Like The Earth at Some Point in The Past?

Discussion in 'Space Exploration and the Cosmos' started by Num7, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. Num7

    Num7 Administrator

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    Do you think Venus was like the Earth in the distant past? How do you think Venus became the way it is right now? Super high temperatures, high pressure, and all.

    I'm wondering if a very long time ago it was a planet on which life as we know it might have been possible.

    What do you think?
     
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  3. NaturalPhilosopher

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    Law of one channeled material sure says it was. Claims that the venusians destroyed themselves that caused the problem the planet has with supporting life today. Says the same for Mars. Both apparently are the results of a galactic war going on. Evidence came to light recently that mars has Xenon525(I think that was the isotope) that is in Mars's atmsophere. It's a radioactive isotope that is only artificially created anywhere from a nuclear bomb going off. Makes ya go hmm. The amount of the isotope discovered suggests a worldwide mars nuclear apocalypse.
     
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