- 1 - Planet Mars, and planet Earth - 2 - Grand Canyon in Arizona - 3 - Against the water-erosion theory - 4 - Canyon was electrically carved - 5 - The entire Grand Canyon - 6 - The Sun is 713 times greater in mass - 7 - Hot times in geologic history - 8 - Lesser peaks of high-intensity - 9 - A terraced canyon - 10 - In shape to the Red Square Nebula - 11 - Concentrated by the primer fields - 12 - Modulated sunspots - 13 - Electrically carved canyons - 14 - Valles Marineris - 15 - Vast Valles Marineris - 16 - Not caused by water erosion - 17 - On Mars, and in Arizona alike - 18 - Force of gravity on Mars - 19 - Ratio of mass to gravity - 20 - A giant sponge, soaking up solar-wind plasma - 21 - Hellas Basin produced the Tharsis Bulge - 22 - More than 23,000 feet deep - 23 - Electric deposition arc welding - 24 - The Tharsis Bulge - 25 - Extremely large volcano-type mounds - 26 - Olympus Mons - 27 - Olympus Mons isn't a volcano - 28 - Shock-fracture an incoming meteorite - 29 - Ascraeus Mons - 30 - Arsia Mons - 31 - Peppered with a multitude of craters - 32 - Martian landscape craters - 33 - Victoria Crater - 34 - Crater, Endurance - 35 - Gale Crater - 36 - Shaped by powerful Primer Fields - 37 - General science is slow - 38 - Two long eclectic cycles - 39 - Won't likely be happening again - 40 - Great monuments on Earth - 41 - Earth remains a highly charged electric planet - 42 - The Sahara desert - 43 - We live on an extremely energy-rich electric planet - 44 - When the Sun goes inactive, dim, and cold - 45 - The planet Mars
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