Skeptic Theist: Water from meteors ???
I was watching videos that combines theories like Big bang, Althea-Earth collision and the origin of water where they say water came from meteors containing water, which kinda kept me thinking, if I'm the only one thinking this: If water came from meteors, then there should be water on moon! Weird. Though unlikely, If I'm the only one thinking of it, I figured it's a responsibility to bring it up to public attention, even though no one is reading this blog. Haha. Thinking about it deeply, it makes me think it's silly to think that water came from meteors. Yeah, million years, million years. But really? Meteors? How they came up with this? I wonder. So this ice cubes frozen inside rocks that travel through space hit our planet in very very very (very) large quantities but not hit our Moon, Venus and Mercury, and, correct me if I'm wrong, there's not much water on Mars either, a planet with an asteroid belt with it. It would make much more sense to me if a water planet (like Neptune[?]) struck our planet. Meh. Anyways, I'll try to make a follow up post calculating some stuffs. Up next: Skeptic theist: Water meteors - the calculation Disclaimer: The author of this post is not a scientist, in fact he failed Chemistry lab once because of not doing experiments because he didn't or can't or maybe just didn't bought the chemistry workbook (too expensive[?!]) or maybe he's just lazy writing down stuffs. Whatever. Just if something's wrong with his thinking then notify him. Thanks.