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  • Drbunny
  • uploaded: Oct 21, 2009
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  • Vdst123#

    Vdst123 December 23, 2011 9:42:41 AM CET

    Water is a process of Oxygen, Hydrogen and heat. I looked this up recently, I was curious of the same thing. It gets created with a thunderclap like bang and then the two gasses bond. Water. And ! I will explain Saturn and Jupiter ( not sure what context you meant it in, but I will attempt to explain the size and the gaseousness ). Really if you presume there is a heat source with the growth of the planets and moons,( Following Neal Adams furthering of expanding Earth and planets theory.) you can presume that the more the planet expands the greater the heat that drives the expansion. To a point. This heat, melts and evaporates some of the elements on the planet to form a gaseous atmosphere. So Jupiter and Saturn are then planets in their later planet life cycle. That is my theory anyway. But the water part is proven science class verifiable chemistry. And it follows that a heated earth created water via the same chemical reaction.

  • Drbunny#

    Drbunny October 23, 2009 1:25:22 AM CEST

    I honestly don't know how Atlantis fits in in all of this (!).Atlantis perished like 12/13 thousand years ago(?).

  • Ghost32#

    Ghost32 October 22, 2009 5:42:29 AM CEST

    That was atlantis but was flooded?

  • Drbunny#

    Drbunny October 21, 2009 8:27:09 PM CEST

    Use your scientific imagination! If the earth is very hot in youth, you have evaporated vapor way up on high - much more than Venus has today. Water...much of it orbiting earth from space in the form of ice crystals beyond the example of Saturn.Earth cools,and/or,gravity brings the water to eventually fall to earth, gradually, more and more, eon after eon... Who said the sun shined when the dinosaurs roamed the planet? Perhaps when the sun finally shown from the clouds, it killed them; ect,...If you think humans know close to everything on the basis of traditional conventional means -- then I have news for you...We don't know diddly!No more Questions please.

  • Rustyrude#

    Rustyrude October 21, 2009 8:06:45 PM CEST

    so where does the water come from? explain saturn and jupiter? and where does the water come from?

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