Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Who Is Using All That Water?

  1. The European Space Agency's Herschel Space Observatory has detected water being transferred to Saturn from its 6th largest moon, Enceladus.
  2. The water vapor ring is about ten times the radius of Saturn itself.
  3. The water can no longer be observed once it gets below the upper atmosphere of the planet.
This raises the obvious question - a question which is neither acknowledged nor answered by the European scientists in their reports: Who is using that water, and for what?

Why won't the European science bureaucrats even let us know that they're investigating this question?
Why won't they reveal what they already know?
When will full disclosure of the water cycle and usage on Saturn, Enceladus, and Titan be realized?

We will report here when more information is available. Stay tuned!

Posted by Listener 43

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