Evolution and Geological Planet Formation
  Planet-Embryo Mars
 
Eva Nessenius  Planetary Embryo Mars  Planetenembryo Nessenius


Mars dried out in an evolutionary stage of a Planet-Embryo due to T-Tauri-Eruptions
of the young Sun. Centuries of hot climate made a large part of the water evaporate.
Gases from its atmosphere escaped into space.  Most early organisms on this early evolutionary stage were extinguished. Earth was affected by these heat-disasters
too. The worst happened in Permian. Earth was larger than Mars and had some protection by its magnetic field. Flora and fauna were not extinguished completely. 
On Earth about 70% of the terrestrial vertebrate species and about 96% of the marine species died out.  Only 30% of the terrestrial vertebrates and only 4% of the marine
species survived. They became the ancestors for the evolution after Permian.

http://spacewatchtower.blogspot.de/2014/12/mars-atmosphere-spike-in-methane-found.html

T-Tauri-Eruption:
 

http://www.uni.edu/morgans/astro/course/Notes/section2/xztaumx.gif

http://www.uni.edu/morgans/astro/course/Notes/section2/new7.html

  Why Mars died and Earth lived:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oC31pqk9sak
The posting of this link does NOT mean, that I would give
support to the content of the other videos after this one.


Even Venus contained water and was habitable in Precambrian time.
Our minds are still occupied by a wrong concept of planet-formation,
which is contradicted by new discoveries and actual research-results:

http://www.dailygalaxy.com/my_weblog/2016/08/nasas-new-view-of-early-venus-oceans-and-life.html   



To be able to figure out the large variety of ways how planets can form,
study the properties of exoplanets discovered by the new space telescopes:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KZ1kvIUFrU

 
 
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