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It has attracted sustained study from planetologists and climatologists.
While Mars's climate has similarities to Earth's, including periodic ice ages, there are also important differences, such as much lower thermal inertia.
The climate briefly received more interest in the news due to NASA measurements indicating increased sublimation of one near-polar region leading to some popular press speculation that Mars was undergoing a parallel bout of global warming, although Mars' average temperature has actually cooled in recent decades, and the polar caps themselves are growing.
I think it is good to see their reasoning wrapped up in a slick propaganda video.
is a documentary created to engage our scientific community in order to encourage forward thinking.
(I refuse to use modern Biblical commentary because it already knows modern science, and is always influenced by that knowledge.
The trend becomes to bend the Bible to match the science.) So the only data I use as far as Biblical commentary goes is ancient commentary.
It is a good deceiving religion documentary film that avoids to mention religion, god, bible, etc.
The authors spice up the video with science talk in order to attack evolution.
But theories about the cause of this abrupt climate change are numerous including the cosmic-impact theory based on sites in places like Quebec The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis rests heavily on the claim that there is a Younger Dryas boundary layer at 29 sites in the Americas and elsewhere that contains deposits of supposed extraterrestrial origin that date to a 300-year span centered on 12,800 years ago.
The deposits include magnetic grains with iridium, magnetic microspherules (microscopic spherical particles), charcoal, soot, carbon spherules (small spheres), glass-like carbon containing nanodiamonds and fullerenes (molecules made entirely of carbon) with extraterrestrial helium, all said to result from a comet or other cosmic event hitting the Earth.
The climate of Mars has been an issue of scientific curiosity for centuries, in part because Mars is the only terrestrial planet whose surface can be directly observed in detail from the Earth with help from a telescope.