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Old November 21st 18, 03:51 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Titan has oceans and lakes and rivers and it rains there.

Scientists have pretty much figured that out that

the critters that walk around on Titan are massive.

Would you like to meet such a critter?
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Old November 21st 18, 09:20 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Le 21/11/2018 √* 16:51, Mark Earnest a √©crit¬*:
Titan has oceans and lakes and rivers and it rains there.

Scientists have pretty much figured that out that

the critters that walk around on Titan are massive.

Would you like to meet such a critter?


Especially !!
don't deal with them !!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5RPeQxjqDb8
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Old November 22nd 18, 12:55 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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No water on Titan and probably no ice either.

Any liquid is methane.

Certainly no life as we know it.
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Old November 26th 18, 02:30 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Thursday, November 22, 2018 at 4:55:05 AM UTC-8, wrote:
No water on Titan and probably no ice either.

Any liquid is methane.

Certainly no life as we know it.


What is its surface temp? That can mean a lot when thinking of Microbe life.Bert
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Old November 26th 18, 12:10 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Sunday, November 25, 2018 at 8:30:18 PM UTC-6, Herbert Glazier wrote:
On Thursday, November 22, 2018 at 4:55:05 AM UTC-8, wrote:
No water on Titan and probably no ice either.

Any liquid is methane.

Certainly no life as we know it.


What is its surface temp? That can mean a lot when thinking of Microbe life.Bert


It is pretty cold there on Titan but all you would need is a heavy coat and

oxygen to breathe and to be on the lookout for the critters.
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Old November 26th 18, 06:48 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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It is pretty cold there on Titan but all you would need is a heavy coat and

oxygen to breathe and to be on the lookout for the critters.


Also need enough of a preferably non-toxic atmosphere for enough
pressure, say about 500 mm Hg, to keep blood liquid.
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Old January 27th 19, 09:04 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Monday, November 26, 2018 at 10:48:25 AM UTC-8, wrote:

It is pretty cold there on Titan but all you would need is a heavy coat and

oxygen to breathe and to be on the lookout for the critters.


Also need enough of a preferably non-toxic atmosphere for enough
pressure, say about 500 mm Hg, to keep blood liquid.


So true air pressure is needed badly.Earth 14.7 at sea level.Our body's have lots of square inches.Good reason we are not as flat as a pancake. Interesting 32 ft.under water equal air pressure. Bert
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Old January 28th 19, 10:10 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 1:04:45 PM UTC-8, Herbert Glazier wrote:
On Monday, November 26, 2018 at 10:48:25 AM UTC-8, wrote:

It is pretty cold there on Titan but all you would need is a heavy coat and

oxygen to breathe and to be on the lookout for the critters.


Also need enough of a preferably non-toxic atmosphere for enough
pressure, say about 500 mm Hg, to keep blood liquid.


So true air pressure is needed badly.Earth 14.7 at sea level.Our body's have lots of square inches.Good reason we are not as flat as a pancake. Interesting 32 ft.under water equal air pressure. Bert



Very interesting!

Double-A

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Old January 29th 19, 10:59 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Monday, January 28, 2019 at 2:10:06 PM UTC-8, Double-A wrote:
On Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 1:04:45 PM UTC-8, Herbert Glazier wrote:
On Monday, November 26, 2018 at 10:48:25 AM UTC-8, wrote:

It is pretty cold there on Titan but all you would need is a heavy coat and

oxygen to breathe and to be on the lookout for the critters.

Also need enough of a preferably non-toxic atmosphere for enough
pressure, say about 500 mm Hg, to keep blood liquid.


So true air pressure is needed badly.Earth 14.7 at sea level.Our body's have lots of square inches.Good reason we are not as flat as a pancake. Interesting 32 ft.under water equal air pressure. Bert



Very interesting!

Double-A


Four feet under the choppy ocean waves its smooth.!00 feet down is black.However if you rub your hands they glow. Fish 1,000 feet down create photons to see where they are going.Whales use sound waves.Bert
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Old January 29th 19, 11:15 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Tuesday, January 29, 2019 at 4:59:34 PM UTC-6, Herbert Glazier wrote:
On Monday, January 28, 2019 at 2:10:06 PM UTC-8, Double-A wrote:
On Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 1:04:45 PM UTC-8, Herbert Glazier wrote:
On Monday, November 26, 2018 at 10:48:25 AM UTC-8, wrote:

It is pretty cold there on Titan but all you would need is a heavy coat and

oxygen to breathe and to be on the lookout for the critters.

Also need enough of a preferably non-toxic atmosphere for enough
pressure, say about 500 mm Hg, to keep blood liquid.

So true air pressure is needed badly.Earth 14.7 at sea level.Our body's have lots of square inches.Good reason we are not as flat as a pancake. Interesting 32 ft.under water equal air pressure. Bert



Very interesting!

Double-A


Four feet under the choppy ocean waves its smooth.!00 feet down is black.However if you rub your hands they glow. Fish 1,000 feet down create photons to see where they are going.Whales use sound waves.Bert


Fish are equipped with their own flashlights. Whales use sonar.
 




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