Scientists have concluded that Saturn's moon Titan contains more hydrocarbons than all the oil and gas of Earth. Their findings are in the January 29 issue of Geophysical research Letters. Like water on our Earth, methane forms lakes, ice and rain in an endless cycle. Titan is still producing hydrocarbons from some hidden energy source. This calls to mind Thomas Gold's theory that Earth is still producing gas. (Humans should still use petroleum wisely.)
An enormous amount of energy has gone into producing all this gas in the cold outer Solar System. For some reason the methane lakes are concentrated North of 65 degrees. Could Titan conceal yet another polar hot spot? Previously we have found that Saturn's Rings could contain hidden sources of mass/energy. Titan's interior is yet another place to seek a Black Hole.