Saturday, February 16, 2008

Dinosaurs on Mars?

Houston we have a problem.
NASA space rovers continue to send back information that seems to conflict with "consensus opinions".
While leading the grand UN claim that global warming is caused by humans, the Mars rover has reported back that Mars is warming at about the same rate as the Earth.
Now their Cassini probe is reporting back: "Several hundred lakes or seas have been discovered, of which dozens are estimated to contain more hydrocarbon liquid than the entire known oil and gas reserves on Earth," wrote lead scientist Ralph Lorenz of the university's Applied Physics Laboratory in the Jan. 29 issue of the Geophysical Research Letters.

Lorenz also reported dark dunes running along the equator cover 20 percent of Titan's surface, comprising a volume of hydrocarbon material several hundred times larger than Earth's coal reserves.

"Titan is just covered in carbon-bearing material – it's a giant factory of organic chemicals," Lorenz wrote.

"We have determined that Titan's methane is not of biological origin, so it must be replenished by geological processes on Titan, perhaps venting from a supply in the interior that could have been trapped there as the moon formed," Hasso Niemann of the Goddard Space Flight Center told reporters Nov. 30, 2005.

What does this mean-well that the common "consensus" that oil is made from dead dinosaurs and vegetation may be all wet. Maybe, just maybe it is a product that is constantly being produced in the center of the Earth.
I always wondered why the never seemed to find a large quantity of dinosaur bones in the Middle East and they did find a lot in Montana. Hummmm.

1 comment:

MAX Redline said...

Excellent points! I've been trying to wean people away from the LSM myth of "fossil" fuels for some time, but you found some really good material.