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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


Figures & Tables

Table Of Figures

Figure 1- The Distance Between Astra and Mars at Fragmentation

Figure 2 -Minutes After Astra's Fragmentation

Figure 3 -The Battered Versus the Serene Hemispheres of Mars

Figure 4 - - The Plunges of the Three Largest Fragments of Astra (Hellas, Isidis and Argyre)

Figure 5 - The Valles Marineris on Mars

Figure 6 - A Comparison of Dimensions - Grand Canyon verses Valles Marineris

Figure 7 - Olympus Mons

Figure 8 - A Comparison of Olympus Mons to Volcanic Mts. Ararat and Kilimanjaro

Figure 9 - The Place in Space Where Astra Collided With Mars (And Mars Acquired its Catastrophic Third Orbit)

Figure 10 - Pitlets on the Surface of Deimos

Figure 11 - Pitlets on the Surface of  Phobos

Figure 12 - The Catastrophic Third Orbit of Mars and the Four Sweep Zones

Figure 13 - The Pitlets of Gaspra

Figure 14 - The Golden Fleece Of Aries - Grand Scale

Figure 15 - The Passover Night Geometry I - (Also The Fleece Of Aries, Local Scale)

Figure 16 - The Passover Geometry II

Figure 17 - Molecules of a Fluid Twisting Through a Turn

Figure 18 - Molecules of Fluid Magma in Flyby Conditions

Figure 19 - The Shift of the Shadow of the Sun Dial of  Ahaz March 21, 701 B.C.E.

Figure 20 - Alternating Torque’s of Spin Axis Mars and Earth

Figure 21 - Twin Tilts and Twin (Alternating) Torque’s of Spin Axis Mars and Earth

Figure 22 - Positions of Mars, Venus, and Earth on the Eve of the Mars-Venus Polka, Approximately Jan 23, 701 B.C.E.

Figure 23 - Geometry and Distances of The Last Mars-Venus Flyby

Figure 24 - The Catastrophic and the Modern Orbits of Mars

Figure 25 - Geometry and Distances of the Final Mars Earth Flyby

Figure 26 - Perpendicular Orbits - Jupiter and the Earth

Figure 27 - Asteroid Distribution and the Hecuba Gap of the Kirkwood Gaps

Table Of Tables

Table I - Counts Of Craters On Mars - 20 Miles Or Larger In Diameter

Table II - A Comparison Of Diameters - Asteroids To Mars Craters

Table III - Diameters of the ten largest asteroids

Table IV - Diameters of the ten largest original fragments

Table V - The Volumes for Some of The Best Known Volcanoes on The Earth

Table VI - - Perihelion Distances Of The Fifteen Largest Asteroids

Table VII - Spin rates for eight of the asteroids

Table VIII - Makeup of Mars' Atmosphere

Table IX - The Escape Velocities For The Nearby Planets

Table X - The Orientation Of Ancient Mediterranean Region Temples

Table XI - The Energy Exchange of 701 B.C.E.

Table XII - The Angular Momentum Exchange

Table XIII - Detailed Changes In Planetary Orbits In The 8th Century B.C.E. - 24 Categories of Astronomical Data of the Model

Table XIV - Laputan Measurements Versus Modern Measurements - Orbits Of Phobos And Deimos