NASA Just Revealed There Could Be Life On Saturn's Moon, Enceladus!

Submitted by: rumham 1 week ago Science


From CNN: NASA has new evidence that the most likely places to find life beyond Earth are Jupiter's moon Europa or Saturn's moon Enceladus. In terms of potential habitability, Enceladus particularly has almost all of the key ingredients for life as we know it
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Male 958
Isn't that out there around Uranus?
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Male 4,948
scheckydamon I keep my Anus with me
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Male 958
thezigrat And that's right where it should be!
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Male 269
More news grabbing. There could've been. There still might be. We don't know, this proves nothing. Gonna save my excitement for when something actually happens. Nasa tries this crap atleast once every couple years.
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Male 114
thething911 I'm going to go ahead and agree with you. Capable of supporting life and actually containing life are miles apart from a scientific perspective. NASA does need to keep itself relevant to secure funding. The public is fickle and short sighted.
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Male 1,642
toetagmodel2 so you admit to being fickle and short sighted.. 
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Male 114
rumham I do. I am subject to the same human condition that you are and willingly admit to it. I am trying to be self aware...
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Male 1,642
toetagmodel2 but is the self aware asshole still not an asshole? just cause you own up to something doesnt valid the transgression. sounds like some 80s era oral roberts zig ziglar shit
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Male 114
rumham Well I mistyped and will edit my previous post. Apologies. I meant that I DO admit to a level of self-centered short sightedness. You asked if I admitted to being this way, and I do, that was all. 
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Male 1,642
thething911 this attitude is what is killing science in this country
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Male 269
rumham Really? Do you actually think I'm opposed to endeavoring to know new things? Or just flipant proofless articles way before established fact? Let science do science, when the media gets involved, it contorts the facts to fit what they want, mainly, clicks clicks clicks. I'm simply opposed to scientific research that directed by what gets the most clicks. Honestly? My Attitude is what's killing the country? Get real. Save the superlatives for when it actually counts. The kind of comments this gets are just the kind of material it is, showy and baseless.
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thething911 i just implore you maybe pay attention more to science. its not a flashy story like pussy grabbing and bengahzi emails and taco titty fuck islands in the south pacific. with limited funding science and technology is doing amazing things. but its out there and in this era of instant info pleading ignorance doesnt fly if you wanna know about the world around you. 
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Male 269
rumham I grew up reading scientific american, new scientist, wired, hackaday. Know what I learned? It's all bullshit. The kind of science that makes it out to the average consumer (you) is trite at best. It's meant to entertain and entice, not to inform. Yes. There could be life on Saturns' moons, in pointing that out, the video points out not a single new thing to anyone. It's not proof, it's not science, it's conjecture. We can suppose anything we want, what's entirely absent in this case, is any proof whatsoever.
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Male 1,642
thething911 wow dude.  i feel bad for you. and i'm far from the average consumer. those magazines you listed are hardly high brow. but go on thinking you're so enlightened whatever works for you.
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Male 1,642
rumham cnn foxnews and msnbc should play these stories more. instead of a panel of 6 people you hate yelling
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Male 1,875
rumham B_I_N_G_O

thething911 wow...just wow...
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Male 1,906
thething911 once every couple years???  It's been quite regularly happening every several months.
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Male 1,875
But they already canceled the Europa mission, and the asteroid redirection test...why would anyone currently in control fund a mission that could prove life off of Earth?  What good what that do?
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Male 4,948
kalron27 Well the Trump has cut their funding they can barely afford a kite although he says he is increasing it by a percentage wich a percentage of almost nothing is still almost nothing
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Male 20,058
Once we get our grubby paws on these moons, we'll fuck them up, too.
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