SS: this is new research into the martian brown dwarf system polestar research .. the first thing that brings my attention is the new data regarding the lava flows on mars .. now i have been saying for a long time that when mars was impacted by haumea it caused an entire portion of the planet began to bulge and supervolcanos were formed in multiple parts of the globe and that most of the atmosphere that was mars is at the martian north pole. my theories are becoming more proven as we explore the planet.

SS: the first article is about the volcanic glass seen in the image above found in the northern hemisphere . this part right here: “explosive volcanism on a planetary scale” .. it seems to me that this is evidence of my impact theory causing super-volcanos to form in multiple places on the planet in a planetary cataclysmic event and that glass might be the other two thirds of the martian atmosphere that settled at the north pole . i think we should study this glass .. is it the martian missing two thirds of the martian atmosphere and if so what was this atmosphere made .. if their atmosphere was more etheric then it might have contained some amount of water . this would confirm my theory that the martian planet was not completely polarized and thus would have been an etheric water or ice world (water with no friction) .

SS: the next thing are the lava coils .. i have been saying that a lot of the canyons we see were actually formed by lava and not water .. we are seeing signs of water however if the martian world was an etheric water world then we would see lots signs of water .. the super-volcanos however were formed very quickly and magma expanding in the martian core in cause the entire side of the planet to bulge those canyons were formed by massive lava flows .

SS: the map below is a portion of the usgs martian topology map.. looking at just this one map it is easy to see that mars underwent a massive bombardment of space debris .. this region is the elysium volcano region that has large lave flow carved valleys .. well there is three giant volcanos there each one larger than an earth city .. when you consider the size of these volcanos it is easy to see why we are talking about explosive volcanism on a “planetary scale” . when water and magma mix they explode and it forms volcanic glass .

SS: with the new data i now think that mars was an etheric water world .. the martian atmosphere was not the same as earth’s atmosphere it had more water . when we investigate and study the martian spaceship technology i suggest that we look at the technology that they were underwater and this will give us a better clue to their spaceship technologies .. the extra dimension that we are detecting the cloaked spaceships is an etheric water dimension.

“It was the most ancient tradition of the Atlantean Magicians that they were the survivors of a race inhabiting a country called Lemuria, of which the South Pacific archipelago may be the remains. These Lemurians had, they held, built up a civilization equal, if not superior to their own; but through a misunderstanding of magical law — some said the 2nd, some the 8th, some the 23rd — had involved themselves and their land in ruin. Others thought that the Lemurians had succeeded in their magical task, and broken their temple. In any case, it was the secret Lemurian tradition that they themselves represented the survivals of a yet earlier race who lived on ice, and they of yet another who lived in fire, and they again of earlier colonists from Mars.” — liber li by A.’.A.’.

Glass dune fields on Mars may be hotspots for life: Scientists May 3, 2012 Washington “The only way to create an extensive glassy deposit like that is through explosive volcanism. This is the first direct evidence on Mars for explosive volcanism on a planetary scale,” Horgan said.

Study: Lava flows carved Mars valleys Thursday, April 26, 2012 15:54 EDT Lava flows carved valleys on Mars, US scientists said Thursday amid a long-running debate over whether water or volcanoes formed part of the red planet’s landscape. The lava left behind telltale coils as seen on some parts of Earth, like on the Big Island of Hawaii and in submarine lava flows near the Galapagos Rift on the floor of the Pacific Ocean, said the findings in the journal Science. Lead author Andrew Ryan of Arizona State University focused on the Athabasca Valles nears Mars’ equator, and performed his analysis using more than 100 high resolution images beamed back by the NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter. Ryan said the large spiral coils there, in the Elysium volcanic province of Mars, range from five to 30 meters (16 to 100 feet) wide and could not have been formed by ice- or water-related processes.

Dusty, glass-rich sand dunes like these found just south of the north polar ice cap could cover much of Mars. (False color image) Photo By NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

The arrow points to an ancient “bomb sag” on Mars, a crater produced when a Martian rock blasted into the air by a volcanic eruption 3.5 billion years ago fell back to the ground. Photo By NASA/Georgia Tech

This undated NASA image shows lava coils on Mars. Lava flows carved valleys on Mars, US scientists said amid a long-running debate over whether water or volcanoes formed part of the red planet’s landscape. (AFP Photo/NASA)

Lava coil (10 meter diameter) on the surface of the 1974 Hawaiian pahoehoe lava flow. Photo By NASA/JPL/University of Arizona

SS: nasa plans to land curiosity to explore “microbes” at gale impact below .. i think we should go get a closer look at that cave looking area while we there .. that is a impact but it also looks like something is under that mountain like whatever made that crater might still be there a crashed spaceship .. the crater is 96 miles wide so the mountain is maybe about 60 miles wide . how else is a mountain formed inside a crater unless a spaceship is crashed there..  you can see the location of the region in the above topographical map too.

This artist’s concept depicts a sky crane lowering NASA’s Curiosity rover onto the Martian surface. Photo By NASA/JPL-Caltech This undated image provided by NASA shows the Gale Crater on Mars. This image shows the landing site for the rover Curiosity, which is scheduled in August 2012 to touch down near the foot of Mount Sharp, a mountain inside the crater on the red planet. On Friday April 13, 2012, NASA said it is drawing up a new, cheaper plan to go to Mars in 2018 and beyond and asked scientists for mission ideas. (AP Photo/NASA)