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Saturn's magnetic field is causing ‘rain’ of ionized water particles to shower from the planet’s rings into its atmosphere causing their destruction, a study shows.
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No Ringo goes like a Ringo!
This is so interesting but Obama shut down NASA & Republicans guilty too of this betrayal of USA
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The rings are ET made, for communication.
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Duh. But how old are they?
"Saturn's rings should only be about 100 million years old "because they would have been disrupted and dispersed by now if they were older," said O'Neill.
Ho wever he adds that recent studies indicate they are likely to have formed early in the Solar System's history about 4.5 billion years ago."
I used to be indecisive but I'm not so sure now.
Do you think he fears having his funding withdrawn if he says, "I don't know"?
Rings are artificial. Saturn is actually a sun that works in tandem with the Moon to manipulate us.
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