For centuries, Astronomers have seen Mars and Venus as a planets booming with life. A wild planet with deserts, jungles, and oceans. However, their theories turned into disappointment when it was discovered that the two planets closest to Earth were nothing more than dead wastelands that had no signs of life.
But just imagine, what if Mars and Venus could support life? What if the two planets experienced a similar scenario like Earth 4.5 billion years ago? What would the Sol system be like had there been Three Pale Blue Dots?
Universal Point of Difference.
Both Venus and Mars are in side the Sol System’s circumstellar habitable zone. This allowed both planets to develop life one billion years ago.
The changes in the location of Earth's neighboring planets would only have minor affects on the lives of humanity at first. Only real changes in early history would be in the personal lives of astronomers and their works. Yet the butterfly effect is an amazing thing and In 1839 the beginning of a major change takes place in Earth’s timeline. A 11-year-old Jules Verne becomes a cabin boy with the intention of traveling to the Indies and bringing back a coral necklace for his cousin Caroline. This would change the destiny of young Verne, and the course of human history.