Chronology for Mars
((Mars to Venus) (Part I of III))
It was well known that Dr. Marge Johnson of the Louisiana Space Station, one of the leading scientists and young people, possesses among his theories of Mars, and life in Venus (and perhaps the two places they were resting, a place of once a great suffering, and now a lonely bone cemetery, essentially two world sarcophagi). By Ms. For Johnson, a secret well kept by all his envious men and women scientists; for her more than theories, it starts from being wizards that she could – as she felt – try, her hypotheses.
It was clear in 2034 AD, she would be the first woman on Mars, and then Venus, if the building went according to plan. He had checked as to Mars & # 39; internally, things like (quantum elucidation) (conceived in essence)) only from long-time wizards, who talked in rhymes and rhymes, which no one on the Space Station could interpret, or if they could, they were too far away. he will meditate. But his zeal for the unknown and curvy irony has replaced his entire outfit.
His last lecture was addressed to the nearby university where he would now depart on his first trip to Mars, and continue with Venus.
"Mars," he began, "is the second and smallest planet in our solar system, out of the sun. Red due to its iron oxide. It has a fine atmosphere, with a dye." 39; oxygen, enough for lichens ((small papules) (or fungus)), we know they just need a dribble.
"Mars has two moons that look more like asteroids, one being about eight miles wide and the other about fifteen. Mars's ground is habitable. I think it, like Mars itself, contains 3 % d water can and does maintain life.
"It will be considered an astrobiology mission for most, to Mars, as they are expected to leave in the coming days.
"Mars is about half the diameter of the earth, and it has minerals, water, oxygen, metals. It doesn't have a global electromagnetic field per se. And it's 4.5 billion years old, we're here. Mars, water and lava flow, so it's not a dead planet, as is our moon. Astronauts expect to land near Olympus Mons, which is 340 miles away, an ancient volcano, very ancient. flooding Mars, deep within thirty-six feet of water, -global. And as anyone can see everything from NASA's photographic shelf, it has a lot of erosion, and the Its large canyon is adim Valdisis is 430 kilometers long, its width 12 km, and its depth is 1.2 km. Perhaps the second largest canyon in the system. solar.
"In addition, Mars has 96% carbon dioxide in its atmosphere, as mentioned earlier, tiny traces of oxygen, a dusty atmosphere for the most part, a hateful sky to say the least. But we know how to build domes like structures, so we don't live in a sarcophagus.
"The Martian year is 687 days in orbit around the sun, with a temperature between minus -225 F, and its high 95 0F (above) orbit is like Earth's." ; s, counterclockwise, Venus & # 39; s the opposite.
"As I mentioned before, we have a form of life that can survive in the atmosphere of Mars, but I think there's more to that life on Mars. I think there are real spiders, when I mean really, I mean 305 million ancient spiders that survived to the ages and times; I think I saw their bodies buried in rock, the name was baptized Brazilian Idmonarachne, found here on the ground, perhaps gathered from the wind into our atmosphere, and taken by asteroids that have crashed on Mars, having eight spider ends, and an imposing jaw. Still today, I believe so. I believe for the most part living on earth.
"The Earth on Mars is between 93 and 76 million km, depending. I know everyone is looking suspicious for me, my youth assumes that, I'm only twenty-four years old, but I'll leave you in a bit. I even told my colleagues, who consider me a genus in this field, in the year 2073 AD, predicting from my observations, empirical data, Mars calculations Phobos moon will change and move in closer to Mars's surface, it's already close, but as it gets closer to clear parts of Mars's surface from tidal stresses, its debris will produce a dusty ring around the planet; also, the sun's 39; Increasing brightness will cause parts of the planet to move out, Mars will become well blocked with earth, and its sun expanding.In the process, Mercury, Venus, and Mars with Earth will be destroyed, unless there is no it is a miracle, for Mars it will be like a baleful barbican approaching, similar to Bab the.
"And for those non-believers in my spider story, I've already traced his cell history from Earth to Mars from what we now have on a tape-recorded DNA tracer, he can trace the family history of every cell in any organism, and from the rocks I gathered from Mars from previous Mars data, and the fossils here on earth, the spider ascended from an egg egg from Earth to Mars, and so came the trillions of complex cells in its body. "
Then, suddenly, someone called her "Asmodeus," the old legendary demon from the Old Testament book, who killed seven of Sarah & # 39; s husbands. An attack of problems, of course, on the structure of the nuclear family, which until now revolves around the world and human humanity. s; specializing in family disorders, and is often exorcised and purged from individuals by priests trained in exorcisms.
(She was simply creating fools outside her head who thought a lot about chrysalis-like listeners and …)
And so, his lesson was quite obscure to his audiences, with a mysterious final highlight, and the students were hardly able to provoke curiosity and various differences; raising so much concern his colleagues were about to get off the stage, someone feeling that he was full of evil and evil substance. Some of her listeners also accused her of being a war. The crowd was insect-free.
Throughout the day, and the following day, extravagant whispers were made to the Louisiana Space Station, Dr. McGee examined his thesis, seeing Mars & # 39; bigger moon, Phobos (Greek name, which means Fear) and Deimos the second moon (Greek name, which means: fear) were actually more than one form of asteroid, something he never considered, and he saw that the two lowered their orbits faster. that the naked eye had noticed, or for that matter, the telescopes had documented. And yes, it could be one or two moon-possible crashes on Mars & # 39; surface will have to continue – as they are – to escape its orbit at its current velocity closer to the sea planet, and so on, like a gargoyle dropped by a cathedral, a bombardment or a fragment after crashing into Mars, so Dr. McGee reflected, and concluded.
Lair of the Venusian worm
((Mars to Venus) (Part II of III))
Astronauts Captain Greg Younger Forty, commander of the Yig spacecraft, Billy Colman thirty-eight chemical engineers, and Evolutionary Engineer, Professor Marge Johnson, PhD., Twenty years old (with a background in protein and molecular biology working on a system of algorithm for interstellar life, on uninhabitable planets), all three, astronauts over a five-year program, had first come to light on the human planet from the Sun, Venus, was established for ; summer of 2040 AD They were all well known that Venus was the hottest of any planet – its surface – in the Solar System, at 896 F., hot enough for fusion of lead or zinc. They were also aware of its heavy and dense atmosphere which involved coarse carbon dioxide and nitrogen gases with sulfuric acid which is very toxic to man. To include the pressure of the planet being 92-times that of the earth, a weight exerted by a human. The Louisiana Space Station had planned to either land its astronauts on the north of the planet, Ishtar Earth a high point, or Aphrodite Earth, on the south side of the planet, another high point, achieving 80% of Venus was a plateau country. , and 20% of rocky plains, prefer to stay in the midst of rocky plains for their encounter, away from the more established lower layer of the warmer surface. The carbon dioxide in the atmosphere acted as a blanket that traps heat from the sun, and was very strong on Venus & # 39; surface; but the planet, as & # 39; and the earth & # 39; s surface was made of rock, a land plant in general and the mission was done. As a result, they were passing through their spaceship, on the surface of Venus in a special-made machinelike, a robotic metallic suit.
Unlike all other planets, such as the earth whose orbit is counterclockwise from the sun, Venus is just the opposite, and rotates on its axis much slower than that. ; and the earth. And it is a moonless planet. Unlike Pluto, which has five moons, or earth with its singular moon; as a result, Venus being the closest to the earth from all other planets, with no moon to shadow the planet, most scientists and astronauts feel that there was no life found on Venus, Professor Johnson felt otherwise, that there was a possibility of an evolution. way of life, or at least one possibility. And so his spaceship escaped to Venus & # 39; orbit, with its infrared and ultraviolet cameras and its radar, are located just above Aphrodite Earth, south of the planet, after apparently trapping less heat from the sun than its north side at that particular moment. , its surface temperature is 852 F, and Aphrodite Earth being below 500 F, and therefore this would be its chosen place to fall.
Professor Marge Johnson had specifically made these spaceships, with her own design, and they worked well. His idea was the universe hot and cold, the moon cold, Venus hot, like Mercury. Hot does not contain fluid called caloric, but rather a substance in which atoms move faster, in clusters. Cold atoms or molecules move more slowly. The heat goes away from the cold, even in the metal, for example a spoonful of cold in hot coffee. Or a hot body to cold, equates the nature of time now. When the heat exchange is-insignificant-the future is as it is. This can be reversed by the law of physics being violated. Once the heat changes the past. No friction equals a swing, the movement goes back, the friction produces a loss of energy, it slows down. Like playing a clock. The heat produces heat, as does the person who traces it. This phenomenon distinguishes the future from the past.
The faster heat (hot) atom hits with the cold atom, leaving some energy, this collision distributes its riding parts throughout the main element. In essence, a hot body can become hotter, through contact with a cold, it is not impossible. At the roots of heat, nature is different, independent of quantum mechanics. As it is a ball, the dress is inflated, sealed, and the molecules inside slow down the fast molecules that encounter it, so says statistical physics and thermodynamics. Thus, for Dr. Johnson, he produced a suit whose heat is deflated when he enters the suit, as well as the balloon, the suit having reduced the set of properties entering it, changed, into which he ; interaction is in the change, slows the heat down, the body is not warm, because there is not enough friction, in addition to being released.
And so his adventure began with a macabre picture and a thralldom of evil evils as he was about to.
Outside, from their stratosphere, they reach the pod of the infernal space, and not exactly where they wanted to land, a solar wind sweeping them from one side, at a blink of an eye, pushing them away from the original landing. site, in an open valley of types, surrounded by mountains, at 409 F., a sadness of a place: the leader of the sea ship orbiting over Venus & # 39; stratosphere, look with unbearable terror, trepidation, what's gone?
Professor Marge Johnson, and Captain Younger: It was perhaps a much better choice than the one they had chosen (as opposed to the ship's crew's dilemma on the matter), with the except they knew nothing about this area. , still, Captain, he hears that he was a stroke of luck. Billy Colman, a chemical engineer who saw ebon shadows all across his harbor – had a different situation, and a sixth sense, one might say, and a strong sense of superstition for his forgotten mind and expression. sardonic, as you are. landed in Venus & # 39; perdition, -betwixt of the position of the rifles, and thinking maybe, where are all the wolves: in fact, the anger was in the mouth, just not the wolves.
But here they were and here they had to take advantage of the best, they had a single and one decoction capability to the sea ship surrounding Venus & # 39; troposphere, and there is no second pod of space, if something goes wrong, no time to change the maneuver. And as they jumped from the spacecraft onto the hot rock, an astonishing phantasm swirled through the wines of astronaut Colman, sparkling the turquoise sky, all warmed as if by the witch's fire, his thick memory on the trunk.
Each of the three lips turned into this valley filled with exits all in usual watch, seeing challenging rocky walls, and several huge openings on the surface & # 39; s open land of coal, unaware of its functions, since there were no oceans or water ponds that they knew of. Between the surface grime, they found some plasma as a substance, mixed in it, a real discovery, if it really was what it was, like Dr. Johnson inferred to examine it more closely: the proof would bring it to reality, of course, when the time came. , and maybe she'd be the one to find out about a strange strangeness of alien terrestrial DNA if he was what she thought she was, and maybe the Millennium Technology Award was approaching.
In addition, they were searching for more of this plasma substance found on the stones and in the clay. And then Billy found snake coil designs, serpentine and around one of the deep cracks, similar to that of a worm or a snake. Climbing a few meters down the side of the cliffs, Captain Younger discovered ruined bones and fetuses, all chewing at his marrow, cracked and open, this was confirmed by Dr. Johnson, which all earth scientists have rejected. , and projected, that there was no life to be found on Venus! Nothing ever, something Edgar Rice Burroughs never took into consideration Venus & # 39; dynamic, because it was not known then, when he wrote his books, his Venus series, in fact was only discovered during the first two decades of the 21st century.
As he was about to say, Billy dropped a loose rope – what he thought to be a harmless opening, which looked more like a blanket, around his edges which was a bit of a clammy substance: one of and the various cyclopean entrances of the sage, this taking several hundred feet of cable, and entering into oblivion, what was there? (his thing: he should fall, he'll be absolutely insured); thus, Billy slowly pulled the rope as, and in a necromantic spell, out and out of his so-called egress, the opening and its flanks were large, one that could accommodate a free fall as well. its space pod. And as he tied the rope with rope, Dr. Johnson watched with his camera, because there was heavy on the end of the rope, as he came to the last feet, then with a sack of rope he threw several large worms. cum, and the creatures, with their heads rounded, and a small whip with their teeth, and as they banged their bodies back, they all fell, worms and Billy together, sunk in the dark mass, in the dark. 39; the night of the toast of the worm, with a loud cry, the house of the Venusian worms: and there came a misty odor which was also disgusting to Dr. Johnson because of his suite.
Dr. Johnson's approach to the whole film, and Billy Colman's – with a sunken face in his face that disappeared with Venusian worms, fluttering as they stood and fall anonymously into his fascinating tributary. It was, suppose an irrevocable fall of perdition for him.
Now the captain rushed to forget his strange and strange voice, Dr. Johnson added immediately (his frets and deltoids were cooling): as he looked toward the opening, he saw only his eyes, – l eyes as if they were phosphorescent in nature (actually productive at times) the worms were like magnets on their ground, they were edged to the side of the shore at speed, like spiders in their layers; Dr. Johnson came in, looking, looking at the greetings of heaven. The Captain had stopped, looked at the worms, and they were everywhere, in a rage: on a cross, diagonally, it was impossible not to tread them; and in their faces, round, with a sudden blow, and a wild cat, showing malevolence, they escaped to the feet of the learned and the captain. His mind was mixed in a strange confusion. To Dr. Johnson, it all seemed like there was a dark science to all this. Similar to Erebus, darkness to horror, in all this, as if this was Venus & # 39; hell
"We need to leave immediately behind the pod of space and get out of here before they come after us!" cried Dr. Johnson, horrified, in cyclops. And as they approached, there were a million or more worms laying on their pods. And the last message from the Captain & # 39; to the mother spacecraft it was very ominous and baleful: "There is a ray of Venusian worms like snakes, and in a whip struck by a devil, there is no fall …" which was not all that impossible, although the ship was not conducive to such a landing, and since the worms were closing in on them, they were doing a liturgy in it, both of them taking off their robotic uniform that had a cooling system. it was heat resistance, but not impregnable, as a result, to meet its fate (smoking in a dirge, the American anthem, as they were sacrificing to the evil planet), as well as ash to the earth, before the worms were gone and they could eat little. bit, meat and dried bones; save, now no one was left with the knowledge of their true form, namely the form of those charming titans, covered in rows, who sit on the pod like white on the rice; at the property, the sea vessel trying to make contact with the three astronauts effortlessly took the plunge and left its orbit to return to earth. Like the pale and immobile worms, elevated in stature, in satanic triumph.
Return trip of the Yig ((from Venus) (Part III of III)
The crews on the sea ship shouted and murmured, giving incoherent pleasure to the captain to land on Venus & # 39; surface to investigate the death of the three astronauts, including others, the most courageous, prayed before the wooden Christ on the great crucifix in the chapel on board, but the leader took nothing, took the tips from Professor Marge Johnson, to hightail it out of Venus & # 39; orbit. The loss was inexpressible, but the loss is still part of a journey. What exactly was done was unlocked for the crew, and the & # 39; Yig at a speed of light speed, with a record time following the course of return to earth, an ignominious flight from what was now considered an alien raging in Venus.
The crews with flames, eyes full, peering out the windows of the ship's harbor, to see the last viscera of Venus, shed no tears to escape that master of the planet. In the distance, a gravitational wave arrived, obstructed the spacecraft, in a tumble, but did not cause excessive damage to the ship, and the Captain reset the course, as it was hit by a large catapult of the astrophysical wind, and it survives its impact. , the crew escaped grief, but largely non-fatally. Then came the bombardment of fragments, likened to someone flipping rocks from an asteroid to the ship, as if a colossal equal were behind this anarchy. After some of the crew members said they saw this being, anthropomorphic character, called the Asmodeus, demon of destruction. And the walls of the chapel were stripped, and they had to be closed and closed by the rest of the building.
Those in the chapel were shredded with blood, it was as if this colossus demon was real, and he had followed Yig from Venus. Whatever the chaos, they were not disguised, the ship was attacked. It would be recorded for posterity: as stories of diabolism, explanation, fantasy or the devil were not accepted by the Captain.
From here, aboard the ship & # 39; s are continuing with their daily tasks, their needs, all in a frantic frenzy, waiting for Asmodeus to do his next diabolical evil.
The Chaplin puts the Rosaries wherever possible, on the door knobs, above all the beds of attic, and so on, to ward off this odious soul that followed them like white on the rice. They wondered if they had woken up from their lyre in Venus! So, it was rumor. The firing was seen by several members of the ship & # 39; it's the equipment; the being, it did not openly identify, and then disappeared, and so it would be tedious to make more sense out of these enormities. And after months of space travel, the atrocity disappears more, more than reality, and all the board were questioning if they had really seen what they said they saw, a disturbed but steady, and stable, and unrelenting alarm. pandemonium, and how the earth came. in their view, they will resurrect this story, so as not to lose a good paying job.
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By Dennis L. Siluk, Dr. Hc Copyright © May, 2016