Category Archives: Other planets
Astronomers are now able to forecast rain – methane rain – on Saturn’s biggest moon Titan.
More proof of an electromagnetic universe
Hundreds of times Earth’s oil reserves
9 Aug 09 – Something – no one knows what – has punched through Saturn’s narrow F ring.
What would happen during a magnetic reversal?
“Methane is also commonly found on planets such as Saturn (and its moon Titan) where science has never recorded the presence of living plants or animals. How exactly do ‘fossils’ create ‘fuel’? By Jerome R. Corsi 17 Nov 05 – … Continue reading
23 Jun 10 – Although kimberlite eruptions at the Earth’s surface have never been witnessed, we know they erupt catastrophically over a very short time, taking half-a-day from the initial melting in the mantle to eruption and solidification at the … Continue reading
29 Sep 10 – An Earth-sized planet, astronomers believe there could be many more like it in space.
The emergence of life is probable on any wet, rocky planet, says Nick Lane, Ph.D., of University College in London. More specifically, a wet rocky planet with hydrothermal vents.