posted on Jun, 15 2011 @ 09:45 PM
Originally posted by promomag
Okay, but the question still remains, you can either say ok, or question. Make your choice.
It's a good thing that you're questioning this discovery. It's a good thing to question everything we know, if we take everything at face value, then
we'll never learn anything.
But at the same time, I don't understand why you're so opposed to this? The method in which the water in it's liquid form is expelled from the star
has been explained, but then you move on to 'where did the oxygen come from?'
In a universal scale, that's a pointless question. It's the same as asking, 'where did the hydrogen powering our star come from'. Oxygen is just
another gas that is evident in the universe. I don't know how it got to that particular star, I don't know why it got to that particular star, but it
For all we know, Oxygen and Hydrogen could be abundant in the gas clouds that the star is feeding off.
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