Monday, September 22, 2003

R.I.P Galileo
The Jovian probe plunged to it's death yesterday. Through it's 14 year life it provided humanity with knowledge, making it far more productive than most actual humans. (its namesake being a notable exception to that.) I do, however, take exception to one thing the AP said in the article. "Scientists consider... Europa, the most likely place in the solar system to harbor life." Ahem... not quite. I'm a little curious about a particular tub in the back of my fridge. (other places on Earth also might be slightly more likely than Europa to harbor life, too.)

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