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Fraser
2007-Aug-15, 05:59 PM
When Cassini discovered geysers of water ice fountaining off of Saturn's moon Enceladus, it was easy to think: life! Wherever we have liquid water here on Earth, scientists have found microbial life thriving; even in the strangest environments. ...

Read the full blog entry (http://www.universetoday.com/2007/08/15/enceladus-is-an-unlikely-home-for-life/)

George
2007-Aug-16, 05:14 PM
I wish I had the expertise to say their theory is much wetter than they think. Shucks, we need a watery moon to explore. Let's heat it up!

PeterFries
2007-Aug-17, 12:24 AM
Why are the scientists always ruining everything with their research?

t@nn
2007-Aug-17, 06:16 AM
Why are the scientists always ruining everything with their research?

I know. First Mars, then Venus, and now Enceladus.

George
2007-Aug-17, 01:16 PM
Let's give them a decade or so and wait for them to change, as in the case for water on Mars. ;)