This story hit the net and got everyone all excited. It seemed to crash the local TV station’s site that reported it.
NASA’s Cassini Discovers Potential Liquid Water on Enceladus
Dateline: Saturn’s moon Enceladus:”We realize that this is a radical conclusion — that we may have evidence for liquid water within a body so small and so cold,” said Dr. Carolyn Porco, Cassini imaging team leader at Space Science Institute, Boulder, Colo. “However, if we are right, we have significantly broadened the diversity of solar system environments where we might possibly have conditions suitable for living organisms.”
There’s seemingly more and more water being found in space lately.
- The deep impact probe found water ice on a comet is smashed into.
- Mars looks like it once had water.
- And we’ve got amazing photos of ice at the poles of Mars right now.
This leads me to believe more and more that comets and moons might indeed act as like pollen does in terms of seeding life on planets. Which means it is possible we are actually Martians, or in existence because of comets. We’ve found a few chunks of both on earth and they could have seeded our warm oceans long ago and got the life process going.
So, I’m just sayin’…when we start to colonize space, it might really be a case of returning home.