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Desc:Enceladus may be harbouring pre-biotic processes! Science and pretty pictures.
Category:Science & Technology, Educational
Tags:science, NASA, Huygens probe, Enceladus
Submitted:Keefu
Date:07/06/09
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Comment count is 16
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-07-06
water volcanoes
PetroniousJSweetpits - 2009-07-06
Wispy fingers and a high amount of swords. Will those wispy fingers grasp the sword by the hilt ? I dare them.

socialist_hentai - 2009-07-06
Go science! Go science! Go science!
manfred - 2009-07-06
science is boring and difficult to understand. i prefer art history

Big Beef Burritos Supreme - 2009-07-06
Art history is a bunch of facts and opinions, science is about understanding the world around us.

manfred - 2009-07-06
that's why it's boring and difficult

Camonk - 2009-07-06
No it's way easier, cause there's no facts or opinions in science.

Tuan Jim - 2009-07-06
Of course there are facts and opinions in science! They're just made out of numbers in science, while in art history, they are made out of letters and sometimes colors.

That's the difference.

baleen - 2009-07-11

Both science and art history are wastes of time. The only discipline that's important is gender studies.

Dr. Lobotomy - 2009-07-06
As if life in our salt water oceans wasn't crocodile hunter killing, nightmarish horrors of the deep enough, these guys want to check out *alien* ocean life...
Keefu - 2009-07-06
It's what Steve would have wanted

zatojones - 2009-07-06
the science guy sounds like Dr. Strangelove
Desidiosus - 2009-07-06
"Ve zink it is more like an owshun."

charmlessman - 2009-07-06
I don't trust him. I get the feeling all his research is somehow driving toward the goal of sending Jews to Saturn.

Menudo con queso - 2009-07-07
Cassini Huygens is one of my favorite things in the known universe. Imagine how many of those we could have sent up for the price of the Iraq War.
asian hick - 2009-07-11
MOON SHARKS
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