Author and secret space program researcher, Mike Bara, discussed anomalies and artifacts on Mars, which he believes stem from a vast, technologically advanced civilization that may have vanished in a solar system wide cataclysm, possibly of their own making. The tidal model of Mars demonstrates that the planet was actually a moon of a planet that formerly existed in the orbit where Mars is now, he argued. He further suggested that another planet existed between Mars and Jupiter (as in Tom van Flandern's Exploded Planet Hypothesis). These two former bodies in our solar system were likely Super Earths, "very large rocky terrestrial planets about five times as massive as the Earth," that have been discovered as exoplanets, he continued.
About 1.35 million years ago, the orbit of Mars was very circular, and that is probably when the explosion of the planets happened, and pushed Mars into its current elliptical orbit, he said. Bara posited that Mars was once wet and warm and had plant life and humanoids similar to Earth. These beings were our genetic ancestors or predecessors, and created a planet-wide civilization, he remarked. Some of their artifacts appear to predate the destruction of the planet Mars used to orbit, and while other structures such as the Face on Mars and the Cydonia pyramids were likely built on top of preexisting complexes, Bara theorized.
As further evidence of past civilizations on Mars, he cited photos of an area on the southern part of Mars called "Inca City" (see below), which look similar to aerial images of buried artificial structures here on Earth. He detailed intriguing findings of the Jenkins Radio Camera in 1924, which picked up Morse code-like signals from Mars, which resemble a mysterious face. Bara also spoke about controversies surrounding the Daedalus Ziggurat on Earth's moon, and announced that he'll be participating in a new 4-part series for the Animal Planet channel called "Uncovering Aliens."
Commentary on the Economy
First hour guest, author and tangible asset expert Craig R. Smith presented his views about the direction of the US economy and the debasement of the American dollar. He cited the city of Detroit, which recently declared bankruptcy, as an example of Big Government failure, and the "progressive" agenda. "For the last 100 years, the progressives have been debasing our currency...they've turned millions of people into welfare junkies-- we now have more people taking a check from the government than working full time-- that math doesn't work," he commented. He further attacked the Affordable Care Act as "foolishness on steroids."