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Author Topic:   Where did all this water come from?
Hyroglyphx
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Message 13 of 21 (513755)
07-01-2009 1:17 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Purpledbear
07-01-2009 1:20 AM


Water, water everywhere
No one can say with any certainty. Hydrogen is very prevalent though, and that's more than half the battle to make H2O.

There's several theories out there, but they usually encounter some catastrophic problem why it couldn't work and then go to the next theory and work on that one. Trial and error.

Just be happy that you have delicious, life-sustaining water at your disposal. :)


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