Are there moons/planets with oceans of vodka or gin?
- nineteenthlyLv 71 month ago
It's possible that high ethanol oceans do exist, yes. Ethanol forms naturally in interstellar space and nebulae and if a body of the right size had a surface pressure sufficient for the formation of liquid ethanol and a temperature above the boiling point of ammonia but below the freezing point of water, it might have ethanol on its surface. Not gin though, because that's made with juniper berries which contain a mixture of terpene-based organic compounds which are unlikely to form by non-biological processes. What is possible, surprisingly, is raspberry liqueur because the flavour is ethyl formate, which is formed when formaldehyde, also quite common, reacts with ethanol.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Only in the dreams and fantasies of an alcoholic.
- The_Doc_ManLv 71 month ago
I could believe "oceans of pure alcohol" - but vodka and gin are impure alcohols with fairly specific content. For instance, gin comes from the juniper berry. I sincerely doubt you would find juniper on other planets.
- Ronald 7Lv 71 month ago
If there was I would be there already
And with a KFC it would be perfect
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- MikeLv 71 month ago
Probably not, vodka and gin are manufactured not naturally occurring.
There could be moons or planets with oceans or lakes of various alcohols (ethyl, methyl, or isopropyl).
- Adullah MLv 71 month ago
Vodka and gin are the product of certain human being who wanted to intoxicate their brain with that intoxicant , which harm their souls , but the moons and other planets are clean and pure having no water in them. So all lives originate from water.
- 1 month ago
Only if you drink enough of it to break your mind.
- ANDRE LLv 71 month ago
- Iggy RockoLv 71 month ago
<Burp> ...Not any more, there aren't.
- billrussell42Lv 71 month ago