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where did earths water come from? the deluge from space?
« Reply #15 on: May 07, 2010, 18:43:15 »

where did earths water come from? the deluge from space?

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Water is relatively abundant in the interstellar medium and hydrogen atoms are extremely common, but there is a problem with the other vital ingredient for H2O. Gas phase reactions that can take place in the interstellar medium are limited by the low temperatures and pressures. Experiments show that it is possible for hydrogen atoms to combine with molecules of oxygen (O2) or ozone (O3) under the conditions of the interstellar medium.  However, observations by recent satellite missions have detected very little gaseous molecular oxygen (O2) and ozone (O3) has never been detected at all in these regions of space. On the other hand, atomic oxygen (O) is quite plentiful, but gas phase reactions between hydrogen and atomic oxygen can’t account for the amount of water observed. Even the observed quantities of atomic oxygen suggest that some is ‘missing’ in star-forming regions compared to the rest of interstellar space.

Ms Frankland and her colleagues at Heriot-Watt believe the dust grains, which make up about 1% of the interstellar medium, hold the key by providing a surface that helps reactions take place. In addition, some molecules remain stuck to the surface, building up an icy coating over time. This coating, which is mainly water ice, can then play a role in reactions.

Initially, the experiments have been looking at how the surfaces of dust particles affect the reactions of oxygen in its various forms in order to eliminate other water formation reactions. However, the ultimate aim of this research will be to combine atomic beams of oxygen and hydrogen study in situ water formation on a grain surface.

“These initial experiments are having some interesting results in that they are allowing us to look at how the ice coating develops on the dust particles. It appears that oxygen atoms may become trapped inside the icy mantles.  We need to do more work, but it may be that our experiments might help solve the mystery of the missing atomic oxygen as well as where the water has come from,” said Ms Frankland.
Dusty experiments are solving interstellar water mystery | ras.org.uk

if there is lots of water in dusty plasma and there does appear to be water where most space EU things are happeing then could this help to explain where the earths water came from?

if there was a dusty time in our solar system and then suddenly the dust was attracted to the earth could this have brought with it the water or gave enough chemicals to form our water? would this explain the deluge, the great floods?


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zulu dawn of water
« Reply #16 on: May 13, 2010, 01:55:24 »

this was in a copy of a David Icke newsletter posted by Jackson Holly in the prisonplanet forum


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Zulu legends also support this same theme and, together with ancient accounts from all over the world, they speak of a ‘Golden Age’ when the whole Earth was lush and beautiful and the people lived in harmony with their environment.

There was no hunger or poverty because people lived off the plentiful fruits of the land and forests, especially the forests, which covered much of the planet. The weather was stable and there were no seasons, because the Earth spun on a different axis.

The planet was also encircled by a canopy of water in the high atmosphere that protected people from the harsh rays of the Sun, the Zulu legends say. As a result, there were no deserts and water was plentiful.

Then came the Reptilian intervention that brought geological and biological catastrophe to the Earth. I explain in the new book how this was done – it is quite a shocker.

Anyway, the water canopy was destroyed and this is biblically symbolised as the 40 days and 40 nights of rain. The Earth moved on its axis and its relationship with the Sun dramatically changed to give us the four seasons.

The Earth’s climate was transformed and so was human life. Forests were lost on a vast scale and deserts began to form. Plentiful food sources were destroyed in many places and life became a struggle to survive.
David Icke: Avatar Movie – A Story of Earth…In Reverse | forum.prisonplanet.com