April 10, 2009

Briny pools 'may exist on Mars'

Salt water may be present on Mars. Researchers have observed what may be salty moisture droplets on a metal brace of the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA)’s Mars Phoenix Lander. This observation, combined with a finding of perchlorate salts in Martian soil that can keep water liquid at temperatures of minus 70 degrees Celsius, have led to the conclusion that pockets of liquid may exist elsewhere on the planet. US Phoenix mission scientist and University of Michigan professor Dr. Nilton Renno said, “Liquid water is an essential ingredient for life. This discovery has important implications for many areas of planetary exploration, including the habitability of Mars.”

Congratulations Dr. Renno and participating researchers on this fascinating finding! We are, as ever, excited to learn more about our extraordinary planetary neighbor.

Through both her inner knowledge and telepathic communication with the Mars people, Supreme Master Ching Hai has on several occasions spoken of Mars’ past – how the planet is still recovering since global warming like that now being faced on Earth led to a mass extinction 40 million years ago. The following revealing discussion with Supreme Master Ching Hai about Mars was held in January 2009 with Supreme Master Television staff in California, USA.

Videoconference with Supreme Master Ching Hai
With Supreme Master Television staff
California, USA January 18, 2009

Supreme Master TV:
Are the Martians working on restoring their planet to its original state right now?

Supreme Master Ching Hai: They can’t. They can’t. It’s not for human to even restore this kind of catastrophically destructed planet. But the planet will revive itself by natural process. And it takes 1 more million years; 1 million years more and Mars will be inhabitable. Small bushes will begin to grow and then weeds and grass and then fruit trees, etc, etc. Rivers and streams and sea will begin to form again. And gradually human and animals will be able to settle on Mars’ surface again.

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