Why does humanity have such a fixation with Mars? Something lurks deep within out collective memory which spurs our millennia-long obsession with the red planet. 10,000 years ago, an electrical event wreaked havoc across our solar system, giving rise to the mythology and folklore concerning the aggressive and hostile nature of Mars, as the god of war. Perhaps this same event destroyed the life that once thrived on the red planet, and permanently scarred its surface. Wallace Thornhill and Ev Cochrane delve into the deep memories that humanity has concerning the planet Mars and uncover the evidence of its turbulent past as found in mythology and electric universe theory.
Audio Languages: English