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Saturn's Moon Titan May Not Have Ice Volcanoes After All

 
Mr. Oysterhead
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Saturn's Moon Titan May Not Have Ice Volcanoes After All
Ice volcanoes sounded crazy anyways.....

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Re: Saturn's Moon Titan May Not Have Ice Volcanoes After All
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 Quoting: Mr. Oysterhead


Have you ever seen Titan? It looks a lot like earth. Atmosphere and all.

Wouldn't be surprised if the mighty "Titans" referred to in Greek Mythology come from there.

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Last Edited by 2342 on 04/13/2011 09:21 PM
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 Quoting: Mr. Oysterhead


Have you ever seen Titan? It looks a lot like earth. Atmosphere and all.

Wouldn't be surprised if the mighty "Titans" referred to in Greek Mythology come from there.

[link to www.google.com]
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Yeah its like a Nitrogen and Methane version of Earth from what we can tell thus far
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Re: Saturn's Moon Titan May Not Have Ice Volcanoes After All
no doom so no one cares.
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I find the possibility interesting, but the link is Fox News...so I tend to automatically think it is ...wait for it.....wait for it....
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no doom so no one cares.
 Quoting: Mr. Oysterhead


Do you think its similar to earth with carbon life forms?
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Re: Saturn's Moon Titan May Not Have Ice Volcanoes After All
I find the possibility interesting, but the link is Fox News...so I tend to automatically think it is ...wait for it.....wait for it....
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the possibility that they dont have ice volcanoes interesting?
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 Quoting: Mr. Oysterhead


Do you think its similar to earth with carbon life forms?
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there is a possibility i guess but since it is a nitrogen rich planet i would assume the life forms chemical make-up would be different than ours.
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Re: Saturn's Moon Titan May Not Have Ice Volcanoes After All
I find the possibility interesting, but the link is Fox News...so I tend to automatically think it is ...wait for it.....wait for it....
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I dont think you read the article. The previous theory is that there were ice volcanoes on Titan. Now they think maybe they were wrong about that.

What is there to BS about? It is a theory recanting a theory.
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Re: Saturn's Moon Titan May Not Have Ice Volcanoes After All
I find the possibility interesting, but the link is Fox News...so I tend to automatically think it is ...wait for it.....wait for it....
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 Quoting: GrizzlyBear


I dont think you read the article. The previous theory is that there were ice volcanoes on Titan. Now they think maybe they were wrong about that.

What is there to BS about? It is a theory recanting a theory.
 Quoting: Mr. Oysterhead


Some people have to BS everything. They don't bother reading it first that would take too much time.
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Re: Saturn's Moon Titan May Not Have Ice Volcanoes After All
Could Saturn's largest moon Titan house a giant underground water ocean?

Researchers used radar aboard Nasa's Cassini spacecraft to see through Titan's dense atmosphere. They found that, over a period of time, a number of prominent surface features shifted their position by up to 19 miles. This suggests that Titan's crust is moving because it rests on liquid made of water and ammonia, the scientists said.

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