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Where did the Earth get all its water from ?

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acute
18 minutes ago, UM-Bot said:

Where did the Earth get all its water from ?

Rain, of course!

Duh.....

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Rolci

Phew... that explains all the seas on the Moon, the thick oxygen atmosphere of Venus and all those oceans of ice on Mars and most major moons in the solar system. Great theory!

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pallidin
15 hours ago, Rolci said:

Phew... that explains all the seas on the Moon, the thick oxygen atmosphere of Venus and all those oceans of ice on Mars and most major moons in the solar system. Great theory!

Yeah, it seems to me oddly exceptional that Earth ended-up as it did... or maybe I just don't know enough about our solar system's early years.

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docyabut2
On ‎8‎/‎28‎/‎2020 at 7:22 AM, UM-Bot said:

A new study has cast doubt on the prevailing theory of how our planet came to possess so much water.

https://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/339097/where-did-the-earth-get-all-of-its-water-from

thought earth was once a snowball :)

https://newatlas.com/snowball-earth-sturtian-glaciation/48389/

 

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27vet

Well apparently from bombardment by comets (Earth: Making of a Planet) look it up. It' possibly true, and did they also hit Mars and Venus? And because of the position of Venus and Mars in the Goldilocks zone, their water disappeared? We will never know for sure of course.

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third_eye

Earth used to be the toilet break stop for intergalactic tour routes in our neck of the Solar system

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