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  ==| Chapter 1  |==
The Little Bang Theory
  ==| Chapter 2  |==
The Tharsis Bulge of Mars
  ==| Chapter 3  |==
Mars Puts On A Little Weight
  ==| Chapter 4  |==
The Biggest Volcanoes
  ==| Chapter 5  |==
Where Astra Fragmented
  ==| Chapter 6  |==
Ancient Ring System of Mars
  ==| Chapter 7  |==
The Flood of Mars - Its Ice Age
  ==| Chapter 8  |==
Tilts of Mars and The Earth
  ==| Chapter 9  |==
The Energy Exchange
  ==| Chapter 10  |==
Angular Momentum Exchange
  ==| Chapter 11  |==
The First Nine Clues
  ==| Chapter 12  |==
Clues Ten, Eleven And Twelve

CONTENTS
CREDITS
FIGURES & TABLES
PREFACE
BIOGRAPHIES
ENDNOTES
BIBLIOGRAPHY

 
THE MARS-EARTH WARS
Dedication & Credits

 

This volume is dedicated to Johannes Kepler (1571 - 1630).  Kepler is the father of celestial mechanics and the discoverer of three primary laws of planetary motion.  He was a friend of Galileo and he was the mentor of both Edmund Halley of cometary fame, and Isaac Newton of Principia fame.  The works by Kepler and Newton have been the two biggest birth pangs in the birthing of modern science.
 
 

Consultants: Ronald R. Hatch, physicist and orbital analyst

                  Michael T. Lute, computer technician

                  William S. Thompson III, astrogeophysicist


 

Appreciation is expressed to NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California, for allowing the use of the reproduction of plates for the following figures: 5, 7, 10 and 11.