Millions of dead dinosaurs on Titan?

Do we really think there were dinosaurs on Titan? Not really. Do we really think there were vast forests and enough plant material to form those hundreds of vast lakes of hydrocarbons on Titan, each containing more hydrocarbon liquid than Earth’s oil and gas reserves? No.

However, Titan is awash with covered with hydrocarbons.

Here are direct quotes from NASA:

“Saturn’s orange moon Titan has hundreds of times more liquid hydrocarbons than all the known oil and natural gas reserves on Earth, according to new data from NASA’s Cassini spacecraft. The hydrocarbons rain from the sky, collecting in vast deposits that form lakes and dunes.

Artist’s imagination of hydrocarbon pools, icy and rocky terrain on Titan, Saturn’s largest moon. Image credit: Steven Hobbs (Brisbane, Queensland, Australia).

“The new findings from the study led by Ralph Lorenz, Cassini radar team member from the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, Md., are reported in the 29 Jan 2008 issue of the Geophysical Research Letters.

“Cassini has mapped about 20 percent of Titan’s surface with radar. Several hundred lakes and seas have been observed, with each of several dozen estimated to contain more hydrocarbon liquid than Earth’s oil and gas reserves. The dark dunes that run along the equator contain a volume of organics several hundred times larger than Earth’s coal reserves.”

Do we really think there were dinosaurs on Titan? Not really.

Do we really think there were vast forests and enough plant material to form those hundreds of vast lakes of hydrocarbons on Titan, each containing more hydrocarbon liquid than Earth’s oil and gas reserves? Not really.

So how did those vast lakes of hydrocarbons get there?

They rained from the sky, and we’ve known it for years. Carl Sagan knew it, and he died in 1996.

Hydrocarbons and nitriles constantly rain down from Titan’s skies, said Sagan.

Same on Jupiter.

And maybe on Venus.

Possibility of the Presence of Oil on Venus (Again, we have known this for years)

This one is from 1965

This one is from 2020:

Phosphine gas in the cloud decks of Venus

Thanks to Winston Smith for these links

Note: I write about Titan’s vast reserves of liquid hydrocarbons in my book Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.

19 thoughts on “Millions of dead dinosaurs on Titan?”

    • Yes. I quote him in “Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps.” I think hydrocarbons rain to the earth during magnetic reversals.

  1. Green energy is real.
    Its not a scam.

    It comes in the form of petroleum.
    All natural.
    Easily accessible.
    Cheap(well until Biden got into office)

    Petroleum. Its the fuel of the future.

  2. Thanks for the links to hydrocarbons on other solar system bodies. It tends to support the idea that ‘fossil’ fuels are abiotic.

  3. Quick! Build a pipe line!
    Just kidding.
    Space supertankers that’s the ticket.
    Get on it Elon.

  4. I’ve noticed lately that more and more “scientific discoveries” are really not new at all but are things proven decades ago. I don’t think the “new normal” regarding science today is working out at all, frankly. Then, again, I don’t think the “new normal” as a whole is working out either! I’ve also noticed more and more scientific studies coming out and being presented as “fact” without being peer reviewed. Until they are peer reviewed and results of the original study or experiment are verified by others I consider them “junk science” and not yet valid. And this very thing has been a BIG problem when it comes to studies involving COVID-19. The ignorance in Western society today is blinding….literally!

  5. With Abiotic origine of Hydrocarbons our own earth is creating all the time. the fossil part on the surface, which is only a thinly fraction, the abiotic part deep down where Marble mountains in geological processes our transformed in liquid Hydrocarbon due to enormous pressure and heat. It has always been like this, but nobody seems to understand.

  6. The continents are mostly Calcium Carbonate

    Other than the “Calcium” part, the rest is Carbon and Hydrogen.

    As the Continents slide under each other, the intense Pressure and Heat break down the “Limestone”. What is the smallest, most efficient, molecule to result?

    Hydrocarbon Chains. That is a chain of “C” atoms linked to one another, with 3 hydrogen atoms attached to each C atom. A Carbon atom can combine with 4 other atoms. This creates the smallest of all possible shapes, from the Heat and Pressure at that depth.

    Voila: Oil.

    This is why there is Oil miles under the floor of the ocean which is miles under the surface of the sea.

    There is NO way trees or dinosaurs could ever be miles UNDER the bottom of the Ocean.

    Coal, Bitumen, Peat Bogs? Yes, they are from the Carboniferous Forests, but they are a few hundred feet, on average, under the land surface. It has nothing to do with Oil.

    Also, the deeper the Oil well, the cleaner and purer the Oil. As the oil leaks and rises to the surface, it picks up the dirt and additives and Sulfur. Every major Oil Field, and oil discovery, is only a lucky place where this Abiotic Oil leaked up from “hundreds” (?) of miles down.

    This is also why old oil fields come back to life, as the oil leaks up, back into the area pumped out.

    What woke me up was the massive BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Something like 250,000 barrels of oil a day was leaking out? Where the hell does all that come from, and this was drilling UNDER the floor of the Gulf. This well has been capped, Really. Why?

    Oil, like Diamonds, are extremely common (and thus cheap) unless a cartel limits the supply.

    • I made a dumb error, as each Carbon is attached to another, that only leave 2 bonds for the Hydrogen. I just flunked Chemistry 101.

      I was picturing a C atom in my head attacked to the next one. Of course double bonds would effect this, etc, but I am not trying to get to technical.

  7. The Russians have for years have thought and acted that oil is abiotic .! ie Oil wells fill up again after they are depleted .

  8. Read a book by a Cornell professor years ago called “The Deep Hot Biosphere” which laid out all the deep Earth processes and chemistry. We’ve known this info for decades.

  9. Methane is one of the most common elements in the universe. Massive amounts were probably trapped in the mantle when the earth was formed. Under heat and pressure the methane formed in to long chain hydrocarbons. These hydrocarbons work their way thru deep fractures and to porous rock formations at shallower depths and accumulated in formations overlaid with non porous rock. The process of accumulation continues today.

  10. Never met one… not even a one… wellsite/town geologist, office or field engineer over the years in the patch who would even glance at any abiotic evidence or have much of a discussion on the subject. The more educated the more [fossil fuel theory] indoctrinated and zero logos dialectic considered… same with electric universe. Zombies gotta be adamant zombies. Fuck’em… they were always the walking dead anyway… and they always loved to use the instant conspiracy theorist fallacy goto for everything off mainstream… but now they’ve finally figured an excellent way to get’em to tip over that’s prolly just right.

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