That’s no moon. That’s Saturn Arabia
Looks like that tiny moon needs a little freedom!
The irony is in order to effectively mine it we will need to advance space travel past the point of using fossil fuel. Also isn’t oil from dead plant material? So what lived there?
I can't imagine it would have oil, as that would've required it to have life at some point, and I'm sure we would've heard something about that before the presence of oil.
@TheKen42, Bear in mind that Earth had to have the raw materials to produce oil long before there was ever any form of life. The processes that would form these compounds on Earth behave as such because they are 𝘰𝘯 𝘌𝘢𝘳𝘵𝘩 whose atmosphere and terrain are composed of completely different chemicals than the ones on this moon. Furthermore, the compound on the surface of this moon is not technically oil, but is only a single ingredient short of being crude oil (it's sulfur btw) so this header here isn't exactly accurate (Though this fact is explained later in the article: https://www.google.com/search?q=oil%20on%20saturns%20moon&cad=h ) but remember that we have the means to add to and remove chemical compounds in order to convert them into more usable forms. It would take a very minor amount of effort and resources to convert the substance on that moon into usable oil.
In short: The meme stands.
@Lord Wivern, sees wall of text.
@Lord Wivern, so you’re saying it’s the best kind of right?
@TheKen42, Well what they don't mention is that the dinosaurs technologically progressed to a space age before they died out. They saw the extinction coming and all moved to the Saturn moon. What they didn't see coming was the second and even larger extinction event on that moon. That is why there is more oil there. Because space traveling dinosaurs.
@Lord Wivern, I also find it funny that people still commonly think dinosaurs were what made oil. Microbes have existed on other planets too
@FullMetalAlcoholist, while I personally am quite ignorant as to how oil is actually formed. I'm 100% positive that as far as we know, there are no living organisms in the observable universe that aren't encapsulated on earth, in it's orbit, or have originated from earth.
Bottom source is History of Japan by Bill Wurtz on YouTube - I recommend.