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Life on Venus and dinosaurs on Titan?

One of the moons of Saturn is over flowing with Methane and Hydrocarbons Credit: Artistic Expression, NASA | JPL | Space Science Institute | Wikipedia | Public Domain

You may have read several reports recently that scientists believe they have found evidence of life on Venus. Of course, using that same argument, we also have evidence of dinosaurs on Titan.

According to a report by the Royal Astronomical Society, scientists using the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope in Hawaii believe they have found the wave length of phosphine gas. Since the gas is typically created by microbes, it has led to speculation that there must be microbes in Venus’ extremely caustic atmosphere.

However, phosphine can also be created through industrial processes and it is also possible it can be formed through a yet unknown natural chemical process.

Nevertheless, many are claiming this discovery is evidence of life on Venus.

But it is not as certain as some want to make it to be as The Blaze explains:

Though, even with the discovery of phosphine, life on Venus is far from a sure thing. At this point, it’s not much more than a “hint,” as even the Royal Astronomical Society admits.

READ: Scientists believe they may have found a sign of possible life on Venus, but it’s far from a sure thing

Which, leads to a discussion of one of Saturn’s moons, Titan. We all know that methane (from which oil is formed), oil and natural gas are created by decaying dinosaur bones and vegetation from that age.

That is why they are called fossil fuels.

However, what happens when you find out that Titan is overflowing with methane and hydrocarbons? In fact, it rains methane. Well, you must conclude that at some point there must have been dinosaurs on Titan.

And certainly this is one of the arguments that environmental extremists use against oil. Since it’s derived from organic decay, they argue we have a limited supply of oil on earth and must look to other sources of energy before it runs out.

Well, all that would be true except methane can also be created by chemical processes and that is apparently what is happening somewhere deep inside Titan’s core.

And the same chemical processes are taking place on earth. One example of this type of chemically produced methane is found in the Flames of Chamaera, a fire that has been burning for centuries on top of a mountain in Turkey. It is being fuelled from methane chemically produced inside earth’s core.

Giuseppe Etiope, who is a member of the Deep Carbon Observatory made this startling statement:

“We have discovered these unusual types of methane in many, many sites. It’s not a rare phenomena.”

Giuseppe Etiope, Gas that Makes a Mountain Breathe Fire:
New York Times, May 1, 2019

They have found hundreds of deposits of non-organic methane in countries around the world.

So, this leads to the next obvious question? Since oil is created from methane, is it possible that some of our oil deposits are coming from this non-organic methane? If, so, it would suggest that are supplies of oil may not be as limited as we think.

In fact, this may explain the unusual things that are happening in some of our oil fields. Traditionally as we pump out the oil, it empties the oil field resulting in it being abandoned.

But incredibly, some of these fields are starting to refill with oil.

Yes, there are oil fields around the world that are refilling and some of them like Eugene 330 located in the Gulf of Mexico have literally refilled almost overnight.

READ: Gas that makes a mountain breathe fire is turning up around the world: New York Times AND Let’s colonize Titan: Scientific American AND It’s No Crude Joke: This Oil Field Grows Even as It’s Tapped, Note the original article published in the April 16, 1999 edition of the Wall Street Journal is no longer available. However, it can be read in its entirety at://

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