Why hasn’t there been more water discovered on Mars?
Oh, dear. I guess all the scientists were out to lunch when it came time to proofread this?
I never thought of carbon as being particularly volatile. I suppose some carbon compounds might fit that description, but not elemental carbon. And I wonder what the "organic material" could possibly be, if not carbon and hydrogen?
Every comet we have visited HAS NO WATER. They are essentially identical to every other asteroid, dry and essentally a rock. The cometary appearance is an electrical phenomenum, not an outgassing of water vapor from ice. That alone falsifies this flawed premise.