I was reading an article somewhere that said that there were storms on Neptune and Uranus that send Diamonds hurtling torward the center of the
planet's core. The diamonds can be merely dust, or as large as small homes... I find this fascinating because there would have to be an incredible
amount of pressure and heat in the atmosphere in order to create these things. I've got some links If you'd like them.
I read that too, a Discover Magazine if I remember correctly.
However it stated that it was only POSSIBLE to be raining diamonds, due to the pressures, but it like-wise stated that conditions on Neptune might
still not be sufficient to actually form Diamonds...but that it's probable.
In the book 2010, Odyssey II, by Arthur C. Clarke, he explored the possibility that when Jupiter exploded it would release a huge asteroid sized
diamond, formed during the compressive phase of the supernova.
www.rocketguy.com This guy can help ou get there. That'd be cool to have a house made out of diamond. I wonder if it could survive the nuclear
halocaust... And you could make furniture and tableware out of the sutff you cut out of it, then sell what you don't need, woooo. That'd kinda suck
if we were all killed by a diamond asteroid, though.
If we had diamonds for houses there would be no need to worry about house damages, nothing would really be hard enough to scratch it... it might get
some scratches here and there but that's it. My ride is with Lone Star and Barf from SpaceBalls in their little Winnebego... or however you spell it.
I just hope Black Helmet or Pizza the Hut doesn't come after me.
Yeah it does. With all the pressure deep in the earth it's possible. Hopefully in the next few decades or so we can find out. I heard somewhere they
are planning to send some kind of probe really deep into the earth.
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