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Where did Earths water come from? The most likely and sensible source is from inside the Earth itself. Water comes out under pressure in the deepest parts of the oceans, the source of some springs are on the top of small hills and even in the desert you can have oasis.

What can create water? Plasma creates water. Water has been found on the surface of the sun and also being spewed from a 'Black Hole' or more likely what is a Plasma Discharge Event.

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"We have been observing the water maser every month since the detection and seen a steady signal with no apparent change in the velocity of the water vapour in the data we've obtained so far," said Dr John McKean of the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy.

"This backs up our prediction that the water is found in the jet from the supermassive black hole, rather than the rotating disc of gas that surrounds it." European Week of Astronomy and Space Science meeting

Remember the days when a Black Hole sucked everything in?

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Bernath, an expert in molecular astronomy, said it is surprising to find water vapor on the sun because its surface temperature of 5,700 degrees C causes it to break into atoms of hydrogen and oxygen. Since sunspots are cooler, the atoms can recombine to form water vapor that can absorb escaping infrared radiation....

Bernath said the spectrum of hot water is also important here on earth. "For example, the exhaust of a rocket contains hot water vapor. University of Waterloo and the National Optical Astronomy Observatories in Tucson

Most old civilisations mention The Floods, with similar stories to the Bibles version.

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on that day all the springs of the great deep burst forth...Now the springs of the deep and the floodgates of the heavens had been closed... Genesis Chapters 7 and 8

The waters also came up from the earth, from the fountains of the deep.

If water is created by a Plasma discharge (the Sun and all stars are Plasma and so are "Black Holes") then this should mean that there is  a Plasma discharge occuring on or below the surface of Earth. Maybe inside it.





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The Sefer Yetzirah, the Judaic Book of Creation (part of  The Holy Kabbalah) mentions water being created, maybe in 2 forms. Although it could be just one way but mentioning that water comes out from the "fountains of the deep".

This Kabbalah book is obviously linked to the the same books as the The Old Testament but it is said again in a different way to the story of The Floods.

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SY13    Three - water from aether: he carved and hewed in it tohu and bohu (cf Gen 1:2), mud and mire (cf Is 57:20). He made then like a sort of garden-bed (cf Song of Songs 6:2). He erected them like a sort of wall, and he wove them like a sort of ceiling. And he poured out snow over them and it became dust, for it is said: For to the snow he says, "Become earth" (Job 37:6).
Tohu is a green line which surrounds the world.
Bohu is the slimy stones sunk in the abysses between which the water comes out.
The Sefer Yetzirah (Book of Creation) - English/Hebrew translation




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Water found in Mercury's atmosphere (exosphere) - nobody expected that?
« Reply #2 on: September 06, 2009, 20:22:33 »


Water has been found in large amounts in Mercurys atmosphere. Mercury's atmosphere is so thin it is called an exosphere. Yet even though it is so close to the Sun it has lots of water in it.


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Water found in the deepest rocks we can drill down to?
« Reply #3 on: December 23, 2009, 15:20:59 »

There have been a few superdeep boreholes that have reached far down into the earth. There were many surprises to geologist and lots they did not find, that the models had predicted.

They keep finding water deep down where it is not meant to be, according to geologists that is and not nature or the Electric Universe. The mathematical models that all the predictions were based on, that predict basically nothing of what they were found, were updated and are now the models that your taxpayers money and University money is spent on. There seemed to be no thought of questioning the basics that their models to being so wrong.


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Fluids - Other unexpected results include core and log evidence for a network of conductive pathways through highly resistive rock, and in rock devoid of matric porosity, an ample supply of water.

...The scientists at KTB expected deep crystalline rock to be bone dry, but to their surprise, water influx occured at several depths from open fractures.
(Page 19) The KTB Borehole - Germany's Superdeep Telescope into the Earth's Crust
The German Superdeep Borehol (KTB) - forum DIScussion

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This could only mean that water which had originally been a part of the chemical composition of the rock minerals themselves (as contrasted with ground water) had been forced out of the crystals and prevented from rising by an overlying cap of impermeable rock. This has never been observed anywhere else. The World's Deepest Hole - alaska .edu
The Russian Kola Superdeep Borehole - forum DIScussion

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Pitch Lakes (aspahalt lakes) La Brea Trinidad and Guanoco Lake Venezuela
« Reply #4 on: January 04, 2010, 13:58:50 »

The 2 largest Pitch (Asphalt) Lakes in the world produced not just very pure asphalt/tar/pitch/bitumen but also water.

Pitch Lake (La Brea) in Trinidad is the deepest tar pit/lake in the world and Guanoco Lake (Largo La Brea or Bermudez Lake) in Venezuela has the largest surface area but is only up to about 10 feet deep.

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water water on the moon
« Reply #5 on: October 15, 2012, 19:35:58 »
water water on the moon

The moon was bone dry even though they had 40 odd years to look at moon rock samples then suddenly the moon is not bone dry it seems to have water water everywhere on its surface. Exactly as not predicted by a few hundred years of science research and billions of dollars. About turn and get back to that famous drawing board.

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 Researchers analysed samples of soil collected from the Moon by the Apollo missions and found it contained water in the form of compounds called hydroxyls.

The water was most likely formed on the surface of the Moon by the constant stream of charged particles ejected from the Sun known as "solar wind", the scientists said.
Water particles found on surface of the moon, scientists say | telegraph.co.uk