-300 degrees, rains of methane, sea of hydrocarbon... and they say its habitable !
Lol maybe the people who think it's habitable should go live there😏
“It rains methane on Titan, occasionally filling swamps”
Titan has been the subject of lots of fictional literature starting according to my Wikipedia search, in 1935. In 1951 was another. “Titan is the home of an elf-like species, which has been enslaved by parasitic aliens who can control them. These "puppet masters" attempt to take over the Earth by controlling human beings.
(Double no bueno)
Is this a serious article?
No, not for its apparent topic of human residence but yes about conditions on other planets & satellites.
I saw this article yesterday. I thought the author was smoking crack.
Excellent idea, I vote that we send The Kardashian / Jenner families off ASAP to test it all out, and we can rest assured, They will take photos and send them back. 🤗🤗🤗🤗
Selfies from Titan.
@Steve while we're at it why don't we ship the Democrats to titan but just so there not too comfortable why don't we send Donald with them😂.
@scott2: That would be FAR too racist and intolerant, an unacceptable example of blatant discrimination. We would have to be a lot more inclusive; let's send ALL political leaders, from Republicrats to Demublicans to every stripe & flavor available.
THAT would be much, much better.
@Patrick rofl ok we have a deal now if we don't have to pay for it ourselves that'd make perfect.
@ Steve: If only photos come back, that would not be too bad.
@ Scott, providing there were plenty of bowls of Peach Mints on hand for all to enjoy during the trip, all good with me , make it so number 1 , or is it 2 🤔🤔🤔
Number 1 = First Officer, who is 2nd in command.
It seems way less difficoult to build an underground shelter with a water barrier around it (or maybe something less cumbersome) on Mars than freeze to death on titan... -180 C is the temperature where Nitrogen liquefies at 1 atm pressure...
Humans would not survive extended intervals below the Martian surface, especially since coming TO the surface requires a pressure suit and protective enclosure just as "bad" as the deep bunker.
Articles like this emphasize the challenges alien ET visitors to Earth encounter.
Central Arabia at 2 PM any day during July or Ayers Rock on hot day in January are already much too tough for most humans.
Ayers Rock now called Uluru not very PC to call it AR anymore. Climbing it has now been banned.
I climbed it twice in the seventies when on school trips.
Does anything happen besides public shaming when using the non-aboriginal name? Why was climbing banned?
For years I wanted to have a run around the perimeter.
The ban was implemented a few weeks ago because the local aboriginals , who control the area thought it was disrespectful to their ancestors as they see the rock as a sacred site. Thousands went to climb the rock before the close date. I still call it AR as do many others, no penalties as far as a I know !! You can still run around it if you wish.