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Hi, Lorraine Daniel, and this is Daniel and for he explained the universe. The entire universe explained for you all the parts of it. Even the wet ones. The damp ones, the dry ones, the one you left out to dry, but didn't actually drive well and gave you chasing the next day. All of that. Yeah. Even the shaping part. Even the even the uncomfortable bits. We are not shying away from that to the on the episode. We're going to ask the question. Where did all the water on earth? Come from as right earth is the only planet we know of that has liquid water on the surface is that the only plan of the universe with liquid water. Where did all this water come from yet at somebody just opened a tap and fill filled up the oceans there or did it rain from outer space, some interstellar RV just flush the toilet onto the earth billions of years ago. That's right. Maybe we were just the where the gray water dump for the inter for interstellar space. Yeah, we're the latrine for for the source the latrine. It's a fascinating question because you know, the earth has been around for four and a half billion years. We're pretty sure there's been water on it for almost all of that time for most of that time because life has been around for more than four billion years and life needs water. Yeah. It super important. But scientists don't really know where it came from Bradley. That's right. Because when the earth is forming it was really hot and. Nasty and there was no atmosphere. So in the very early days of the earth must've been dry. He was being blasted by solar radiation and boiled off from the surface. So was no water in the surface of the earth in the beginning. But then there's water later. So it's a big mystery where did all the water and earth come from? That's right as usual, we went out and as people in the street, here's but you had to say questioned their thought of that ice, maybe. But then again, how did is come about? I don't know. That's. All right. I don't I don't know. I read it on comets. It's my guess. Ooh. I don't know. I think it was here. But I mean. Because there's like glaciers and. No, no. I don't know. If that's a good question. I don't know. All right to not said, we're the latrine of the universe. That's good. It's not a popular opinion, which means you own that idea that is your. In the future. When that one is proven true. You'll be given sole credit for it. Yeah. Yeah. I'm thinking of like septic tank. That's the word. I was looking for septic tank. I'm glad you just put that image into everybody's mind. The thing. I really liked about. These interviews going around asking these people is that most of the people had never thought of this question at all. I mean, people have thought about the water cycle that peration and rain toilet, flushing? But nobody ever wondered where did the water come from in the first place. Yeah. It's such a natural thing. You know, like, we can't even imagine life without water. So why would we wonder where it came from is just there? Right. Will you look at other planets though, you don't see water like you see look at Mars is not covered in liquid oceans, right? I guess I hadn't thought about that before you know, like why the earth the only blue planet on the solar system. Like why why are we so special? Yeah. Well earth has some advantages, right? It's in the right zone. So in order to have liquid water in these first of all to have water. But then you also need to have enough temperature to keep it liquid and enough pressure in the atmosphere to keep her from boiling off you need to be in design to have water. That's right. The earth was into. Shown the sloppy with happy's own of this. Slipping slide zone. They should have called it the slip and slides not the Goldilocks when you least water parks like SeaWorld..