Monday, April 10, 2006
 
Yeah, but do they have a crazy President?
Bob Brown, the head scientist on the Cassini-Huygens Probe (which is circling Saturn and its moons), has said that the itty bitty moon of Enceladus is more likely to have life than any other body in the solar system (with the obvious exception). The moon has simple molecules, water, and heat; put these things together and shake for two billion years or so, and you have life.

Here's the article.

I like this moon because it's name makes me think of Enchiladas.

Comments:
It's ironic that the name makes you think of enchiladas, because it seems to me that the pronunciation would make it more akin to insalata, the Italian for 'salad.' Which is not to say that you can't have both.
 
hmmm...I guess your right about the insalata thing. But it's really much nicer to think about Enchiladas than any type of Salad.
 
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