Really? Well, Rosetta visited two asteroids on the way to 67P. Perhaps you could tell us what the amount of (non-) detected water was. I'll wait. Whilst you are looking in vain for the answer to that question, you could also do some research into the temperatures required to release water from hydrated minerals. And then go and look at the temperatures recorded at outgassing comets (Tempel 1, Hartley 2 and 67P). And then you will realise why you are posting scientifically impossible crap. All in a pathetic attempt to hang on to a belief in idiotic woo invented by clowns who don't understand Jack about the relevant science, and believe Earth used to orbit Saturn! That is how bloody ridiculous this whole charade is. It is nothing to do with science.