According to a recent Forbes article, “the science community would like you to know that there is definitely not a volcanic eruption occurring on our neighboring planet right now.”
“These are ice-rich clouds over the summit of Arsia Mons,” says NASA.
The (so-called) science community is referring to a 2005 study which concludes that the elevated region adjacent Arsia Mons’ crater is creating clouds:
And while that’s true, clouds do form on this peak, these recent thick plumes are clearly emanating from a fracture just above the elevated region:
The plumes have nothing to do with the rise. They’re venting from the large dark fracture above it — a significant geological feature on Mars.
Go compare the images yourself, something the ‘science community’ obviously neglected to do.
Big thanks to Diamond at the Oppenheimer Ranch Project for pointing this out.
Referring to that 2005 paper, Diamond rather eloquently calls it out as being “full of shit.”
And we agree.
Seismic and Volcanic activity has been correlated to changes in the sun.
The recent uptick in earthquakes and volcanoes here on Earth is likely attributed to the drop-off in solar activity, coronal holes, and the increase in Galactic Cosmic Rays penetrating silica-rich magma.
For this theory to hold water, an uptick should be visible on the other planets in our solar system.
And we’re seeing this.
GSM = influx of Cosmic Rays = uptick in Seismic and Volcanic activity
[Featured Image: Clouds near Arsia Mons on October 16 — EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY]