Titan, the moon of Saturn often present at the top of candidate lists for life-bearing bodies in our near neighbourhood, may once have housed extensive swamps. So say boffins from the Florida Institute of Technology and The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, who have popped out a paper titled ”Elevation …
Come on guys, your very own article even says that propylene was found, not polypropylene.
OK, let's replace it with "goo" then..
After enduring more than ten years of a rubbish tip nearby and precious little to stop airborne rubbish from blowing over, I can tell you that Tesco and Sainsburys bags get everywhere.
So finding them on Saturn's moons is probably not infeasible.
It's a typo. It was supposed to read "Polly found Propylene."
Yeah and propylene does not a marine environment make. For that you need salt and water.
(I don.t know the standard of journalism these days. I despair!)
Were there any mattresses there, flolloping around?
Yes, they were all called Zem
The one with the radio plays on cassette tape in the pocket please
Wrong Planet/Moon/Space-rock, on Titan you would expect to find harmoniums.
For a delicious tea snack, try young harmoniums rolled into tubes and filled with Venusian cottage cheese.
- The Beatrice Rumfoord Galactic Cookbook
Re: Chronosynclastic infundibula. And Daisies
very large daisies
The first astronauts to Titan get attacked by banjo playing rednecks.
Re: Warning! Danger!
Everyone hates a redneck until they need one.
Re: Warning! Danger!
Hey look Bubba, there's a guy in a funny suit
Yeah Cletus, he looks like a tight-un!
I say we send a rag tag team of scientists to investigate.
Although I think someone's already made that movie.
Let's send some highly trained soldiers with a couple of civies instead.
it's game over man. game over.
...who thinks Titan might harbour life? Really? There's liquid methane on that moon. It's very nearly too cold for there to be self sustaining biochemical processes, let alone anything we'd recognize as life....
Titan maybe could harbour some kind of life, but it would have to be life Jim, but not as we know it.
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