posted on Dec, 12 2012 @ 06:51 PM
I have mentioned this before in another ATS thread but do not remember any replies or related comments.
I am curious what these rivers and lakes of hydrocarbons means to the production of hydrocarbons here on earth as I always heard they were related to
fossils ie "fossil fuels".
So does this mean one of these 2 things?
1) That somehow ages ago life existed on Titan in abundance enough that "fossil fuels" could somehow be created on the surface of Titan without the
required heat, time, and pressure that we have been taught is necessary for the production of hydrocarbons.
2) That creation of hydrocarbons is not related to animal or plant life at all, that it is actually an abiotic process here on earth and as we now
see, likely to be on every celestial body in the Universe.
I know that this is not really what a thread is talking about but its answers to these questions that I must know.
If production of hydrocarbons has nothing to do with what we've been taught and it's a simple chemical process why can't we produce hydrocarbons in
Someone please answer me this...
How is it that we can get detailed enough images of Titan to see small streams, but we're left with grainy undecipherable images of Mars and even our
own Moon? It just makes no sense to me.