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Fraser
2013-Feb-02, 10:10 PM
When the Apollo boys visited the Moon back in the ’60s and ’70s they left more than just some experiments, rovers, and family portraits behind –- they also left, shall we say, a little bit of themselves on the lunar surface. It makes total sense when you think about it, but still… there’s poop on [...]

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SRH
2013-Feb-02, 10:13 PM
Wouldnt be something if that bacteria adapted.

R.A.F.
2013-Feb-02, 10:31 PM
Slow day in space news, eh, Fraser?

"Smarter every day"? I actually feel a little stupider after reading that.

chrlzs
2013-Feb-03, 12:23 AM
Given a very well-known troll and their obsession for the subject, is this a sensible title for a thread, let alone topic?

Solfe
2013-Feb-03, 01:01 AM
Wouldnt be something if that bacteria adapted.

And launch an invasion to retake Earth in the name of Microbes.

KaiYeves
2013-Feb-03, 01:27 AM
And launch an invasion to retake Earth in the name of Microbes.
Someone on collectSPACE suggested recovering the Apollo 10 LEM and using the DNA in the waste bags to clone John Young.

Never mind that they could just ask Mr. Young for a hair or something...

DonM435
2013-Feb-03, 01:59 AM
One theory for the origin of life on Earth was in microbes left behind after long-ago alien visitors ate lunch and departed without cleaning up their trash.

hoozi
2013-Feb-03, 05:04 AM
One theory for the origin of life on Earth was in microbes left behind after long-ago alien visitors ate lunch and departed without cleaning up their trash.

You are all children of the poop.

DonM435
2013-Feb-03, 02:36 PM
You are all children of the poop.

Or, alien banana skins and peanut shells and bread crusts and apple cores, at worst.

Solfe
2013-Feb-03, 03:40 PM
To be fair to the author of the article, poop is only mentioned in the first paragraph. The rest is about the equipment and experiments left on the moon.

I guess that is a stinker of a headline.

publiusr
2013-Feb-03, 09:47 PM
The backstory for Apollo 18...or the movie itself perhaps...

DonM435
2013-Feb-03, 10:11 PM
Wonder if E. coli could evolve into a complex organism, with H. sapiens in its gut to help digestion.