In 2015, a newly published book by plasma physicist John Brandenburg, Ph.D., was entitled, “Death On Mars: The Discovery of A Planetary Nuclear Massacre.”
Sixty-five-year-old John Brandenburg received his Ph.D. in Theoretical Plasma Physics at the University of California-Davis extension campus at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, California, in 1981. His Ph.D. thesis was about magnetic confinement of plasmas for controlled nuclear fusion. For his book, he analyzed United States 1976 Viking spacecraft data about the Martian atmosphere.
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John Brandenburg dug deeply into original Viking 1976 atmospheric data that showed the amount of Xenon-129 on Mars was 2.5 times more abundant than the Xenon-129 to Xenon-132 ratio here on Earth.
And we humans know that on this planet dozens of atomic and hydrogen bombs were exploded since July 1945 when America first tested an atomic bomb at the Trinity Site in New Mexico’s White Sands Proving Ground and Missile Range. And then dropped two atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki that ended World War II. More atomic and hydrogen bomb tests continued into the 1960s.
John Brandenburg says the only explanation for that 2.5 times more abundant Xenon-129 observable in the Martian atmosphere and soil would be two large hydrogen bombs exploded over the Red Planet’s Northern Hemisphere and the places there called Cydonia Mensae and Galaxias Chaos. When could this have happened? John is not certain, but thinks it might have been several million years ago.
John Brandenburg even presented his Mars hydrogen bombs hypothesis and data when he was asked to speak at the September 2016 Space Conference organized by the American Institute of Astronautics and Aeronautics in Long Beach, California, where NASA and aerospace managers and former astronauts also spoke. Linda Moulton Howe, called him up a couple of weeks ago to play excerpts of her interview with Amy about the retired JPL/NASA flight engineer. who told her that JPL/NASA fudged the atmospheric data for both Mars and Venus to cover up the Xenon-129 amount that implies nuclear bomb explosions.
He previously worked at Orbital Technologies on space plasma technologies, nuclear fusion, and advanced space propulsion.
He is the principle inventor of the MET (Microwave Electro-Thermal) plasma thruster using water propellant for space propulsion. He has worked on: SDI, the Clementine Mission to the Moon, Rocket Plume-Regolith Interactions on the Moon and Mars, Vortex theory of Rocket engine design and the combined Sakharov-Kaluza-Klein theory of Field Unification for purposes of space propulsion and Mars science.
Dr. Brandenburg has authored the popular science books Life and Death on Mars (2010), Beyond Einstein’s Unified Field (2011) and Dead Mars, Dying Earth (1999) with Monica Rix Paxson. He has written two science fiction novels under the pen name “Victor Norgarde”: Morningstar Pass The Collapse of the UFO Coverup and Asteroid 20-2012 Sepulveda. — taken from his website