Sunday, December 30, 2007

Antarctica May Contain "Oasis of Life"

Researchers have uncovered a complex subglacial system miles under the ice where rivers larger than the Amazon link a series of "lake districts," which may teem with mineral-hungry microbes.

(Via Aberrant News.)

Prospects for life on Mars are getting better all the time . . .

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Rivers larger than the Amazon?!?!

Gee, I guess that might one of those factors or vectors that were left out of the melt-rate supercomputer models. Just how clueless are we, anyway?

Faster and faster and faster the ice melts...