Largest Mass of Water Discovered
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“Astronomers have discovered the largest mass of water known to exist. So we humans can go right on mucking up our frail planet’s meager reserves of fresh water, we know where to find plenty more? But wait, there’s a hitch.
The water, enough to fill earth’s oceans “more than 100 trillion times,” has been detected in a quasar 12 billion light years (72 billion trillion miles) from here.”
For a photo and more about this – http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/07/largest-mass-water-discovered.php
I read that little item Anja. :huh: I wonder how long it will take for some bright spark to come up with ideas for ‘tapping’ into that quasar. :ohmy:
They will need a ginormous water tanker spaceship!!!!! :whistle:
Bobbs :hug: :hug:
:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
better than tap into it after the climagte change tax system fails it will be a new home for the humans who can afford the move. what money gets wasted when the planet is in such a mess climate change aside.
No doubt another bright-spark will put in plans to build a pipeline …
(I know, I know … a few months down the track)
Anja post=318335 wrote: The water, enough to fill earth’s oceans “more than 100 trillion times,” has been detected in a quasar 12 billion light years (72 billion trillion miles) from here.
Wow! Imagine the size of the fish you could catch! :woohoo:
I wonder [strike]who[/strike] what we could use as bait …
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