Tuesday, November 30, 2010

NASA to Announce Discovery of Alien Life on Thursday!?

Artist Concept:  Lake on Saturn's moon Titan.
The only other place known in our solar system to have liquid water on its surface.
Here is a random bit of rumor news..
NASA is holding a press conference this Thursday to discuss an astrobiology finding that will "impact the search for evidence of extraterrestrial life." Although details aren't fully released yet, many believe NASA will announce the discovery of alien life on one of Saturn's moons, Titan.
Relax, don't pack your bags or put on your aluminum foil hat on just yet. Alien life doesn't always mean little green men with laser guns, most likely the finding will be small microscopic organic life/bacteria swimming about the lakes of Titan... we'll soon find out!
Participants involved with the press conference are:


  • A geobiologist who's written about "geology and life on Mars";
  • an oceanographer who's done extensive work on arsenic-based photosynthesis;
  • a biologist examining Titan, the largest moon of Saturn, and its similarities to early Earth;
  • and an ecologist investigating the "chemistry of environments where life evolves."
Stay tuned and we'll see if this is in any relation to a recurring dream I had where Obama publicly announced intelligent alien life to the world.... eerrrrrrr, but that's a whole different story.

via gawker

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