14 September 2005

Titan

Scientist now say that the chances of life existing on Titan (Saturn's large moon) are much better than they previously thought. The re-evaluation comes from discoveries of Earthly extremophiles that can live in environments such as ice and thick brine. This makes me wonder if any of these planets and moons, if found to be lacking life, would ever be seeded with life forms from Earth.

2 comments:

Gary Gray said...

You are making the assumption that there is life on Earth. Most times I have my doubts.

Karlo said...

Come on now. There are at least a few extremophiles.