Some have speculated that an elevated crater in the Apollinaris Mons Region on Mars is Volcanic or Impact-Related. There may be another explanation using PLASMA DISCHARGE BIRKELAND Currents as the etiology. The raised strata poses no issue for electrical discharge topographical modification.See the Mars Underground video :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmifNtJM2A8and ask why is PLASMA discharge not considered?Aluminum oxide, Pumice and Flourinert used to facilitate non dusty experiment to form craters without impact or volcanism. - ארועים חריגים - 2330GuyMass

Craters on Mars Mountain etiology: PLASMA DISCHARGE?

Craters on Mars Mountain etiology: PLASMA DISCHARGE?

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Some have speculated that an elevated crater in the Apollinaris Mons Region on Mars is Volcanic or Impact-Related. There may be another explanation using PLASMA DISCHARGE BIRKELAND Currents as the etiology. The raised strata poses no issue for electrical discharge topographical modification.See the Mars Underground video :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmifNtJM2A8and ask why is PLASMA discharge not considered?Aluminum oxide, Pumice and Flourinert used to facilitate non dusty experiment to form craters without impact or volcanism.

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