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Re: NASA admits moon-satellite discharge occurred

Unread postby henrybroadbent » Sat Nov 01, 2014 8:39 pm

The idea that the water on earth has/had to be delivered to the surface from outside flies in the face of the facts of geology. I've got Lance Endersby's book "A Voyage of Discovery" opened at page 115. Lance reports that Roy Goranson in 1931 did some examination on the water present in granite glass-the uncrystallized granite a few kilometers down in the mantle. Of course it was a laboratory test as the mantle is a bit inaccessible but at about 15 km down at a temperature of 900ºC the granite would hold 9.35% by weight of water at 4000bars. At 1.847km depth the pressure would be about 490 bars and the water only 3.7%. Lance has it all set out in table 2 on page 115. So not to be wondered at that lots of water comes out of volcanoes. In other words the earth's mantle contains plenty of water and no need to look to the cosmos for supplies. The water doesn't have to come only out of volcanoes either as there are lots of jets of water bearing solubles jetting out from vents in the deep sea.
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Re: NASA admits moon-satellite discharge occurred

Unread postby leo vuyk » Sun Nov 02, 2014 2:57 am

I expect that within 12 days ( landing of Phylae) we will hear from ESA that Comet 67P created a comparable discharge up to Rosetta probe and Philae. because Hyperion could be an old comet nuleus!
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Re: NASA admits moon-satellite discharge occurred

Unread postby nick c » Sun Nov 02, 2014 7:44 am

I expect that within 12 days ( landing of Phylae) we will hear from ESA that Comet 67P created a comparable discharge up to Rosetta probe and Philae.
I don't know. It might not, Rosetta has been in orbit of the comet for quite some time.
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Re: NASA admits moon-satellite discharge occurred

Unread postby viscount aero » Sun Nov 02, 2014 3:53 pm

henrybroadbent wrote:The idea that the water on earth has/had to be delivered to the surface from outside flies in the face of the facts of geology. I've got Lance Endersby's book "A Voyage of Discovery" opened at page 115. Lance reports that Roy Goranson in 1931 did some examination on the water present in granite glass-the uncrystallized granite a few kilometers down in the mantle. Of course it was a laboratory test as the mantle is a bit inaccessible but at about 15 km down at a temperature of 900ºC the granite would hold 9.35% by weight of water at 4000bars. At 1.847km depth the pressure would be about 490 bars and the water only 3.7%. Lance has it all set out in table 2 on page 115. So not to be wondered at that lots of water comes out of volcanoes. In other words the earth's mantle contains plenty of water and no need to look to the cosmos for supplies. The water doesn't have to come only out of volcanoes either as there are lots of jets of water bearing solubles jetting out from vents in the deep sea.


This is exactly my belief, too.
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Re: NASA admits moon-satellite discharge occurred

Unread postby Maol » Mon Nov 03, 2014 11:25 am

Do you think water is lost by evaporation to space?
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Re: NASA admits moon-satellite discharge occurred

Unread postby viscount aero » Mon Nov 03, 2014 9:19 pm

Maol wrote:Do you think water is lost by evaporation to space?


Allegedly that does occur:
http://www.thenakedscientists.com/HTML/ ... tion/2321/
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Iapetus moon

Unread postby killswitchengage » Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:49 am

i would like to know EU opinion about Lapetus moon , it seems to be a strange one maybe electricity played a major role in its history
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Re: Leptus moon

Unread postby Metryq » Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:19 am

Well, start reading. You'll be able to put the pieces together yourself.

Iapetus has a white face and a black face—similar to the asymmetrical features of many other bodies in the Solar system. For example, the northern hemisphere of Mars is 3 to 6 Km lower than the southern hemisphere. EU proponents suggest that a massive EDM (electric discharge machining) event between celestial bodies dug out one hemisphere and dropped some of that material on the other hemisphere. Some other portion of that material may have become asteroids/comets. Could a similar EDM event have darkened one face of Iapetus? And there's more—

There was a TPOD article on Iapetus a few months ago: https://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2013/07/25/iapetus-2/

Thunderbolts has released full documentaries on YouTube. See THE LIGHTNING SCARRED PLANET, MARS.
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Re: Leptus moon

Unread postby viscount aero » Mon Feb 09, 2015 9:40 pm

what is Leptus moon?
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Re: Leptus moon

Unread postby D_Archer » Tue Feb 10, 2015 4:34 am

viscount aero wrote:what is Leptus moon?


Not 'Lupus moon' ;)

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Re: Leptus moon

Unread postby Metryq » Tue Feb 10, 2015 5:09 am

viscount aero wrote:what is Leptus moon?

Sister to the Lapetus moon.
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Re: Leptus moon

Unread postby nick c » Tue Feb 10, 2015 8:32 am

what is Leptus moon?
Just guessing, is this thread supposed to be about Iapetus, a satellite of Saturn?
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Re: Leptus moon

Unread postby willendure » Tue Feb 10, 2015 9:08 am

It also has a ridge around its equator. Vesta has a canyon sized groove running round its equator. Similar but different features and both very curious.
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Re: Leptus moon

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Re: Leptus moon

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