Friday, March 10, 2006

NASA Makes Announcement


Everyone quiet! The space nerds want to say something.

Earth has been the only place known with running water until now. Scientists announced a startling discovery on Enceladus, one of Saturn's moons. Scientists say that moon is shooting out massive jets of cold water, from the moon's South Pole.

Okay, what's that mean? There may be life on one of Saturn's moons or is there some sort of galatic water fight going on and no one's letting us play?

It's Enceladus's cold-water version of Old Faithful. Saturn's moon Enceladus is roughly a 300-mile wide planet, about the size of Great Britain.

A tiny planet with a geyser. Hold on while I attempt to contain my excitement...ok...done.

Oceanographer Dr. George Maul said, "That would suggest there's some heating from below, much like you see the plumes coming out of Old Faithful."

I'm dancing in my skin.

NASA's possible discovery of cold running water on another body in the solar system is a huge find for the agency. Because scientists say where there is water, there is always the possibility of life.

Wake me up if they're going to attack us.

"We've always associated liquid water with life," Maul said.

That's cause we need it to live.

"It's above zero, above freezing, and whenever you find above freezing water temperatures on earth, you find life someplace in that. So one would expect, and perhaps hope to find that there is something in these other planets," Maul said.

We're going to find some microbes on one of Saturn's moons, get all excited, collect a sample, bring it to earth and set loose the Saturn Flu. Watch.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

NASA Says we won't try to Kill anybody else who gets in our space shuttle

March 10, 2006 2:25 PM  
Blogger f.b.i.t.c. said...

Lets send all the illegal immigrants there, it'll have life then - for a while at least.

Actually it'll have fucking corner shops and Guptas Mini-mall after about 25 mins of them arriving.

And a ghetto,

well, you get the idea.

March 13, 2006 4:40 AM  

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