And now, some good news.

There is liquid water on Saturn’s moon Enceladus.

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Published in: on March 9, 2006 at 13:43  Comments (10)  
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  1. I was so intriguied by the link you posted, I bought the NY Times today for another look.

  2. I was so intriguied by the link you posted, I bought the NY Times today for another look.

  3. And now for something completely different…
    Hi! Found you through ‘s recent post on logic and thought you sounded cool. 🙂

  4. And now for something completely different…
    Hi! Found you through ‘s recent post on logic and thought you sounded cool. 🙂

  5. Hi!

  6. Hi!

  7. Now that we’ve been introduced, can I just tell you that after reading your comments and thinking “Hmm…he sounds like an interesting person,” I visited your webpage and immediately cursed really loudly?
    You’re a physicist. And at Stanford.
    Why is that curseworth/funny, you might ask? Because both of my ex’s are PhD physicists (one worked with Mac Beasley in the KGB lab), and I’ve sworn off the breed forever, cold turkey, no more contact or conversations because they bring nothing but grief to my life…but damn it all if you people don’t seem to hold a monopoly on sounding interesting. 🙂

  8. Now that we’ve been introduced, can I just tell you that after reading your comments and thinking “Hmm…he sounds like an interesting person,” I visited your webpage and immediately cursed really loudly?
    You’re a physicist. And at Stanford.
    Why is that curseworth/funny, you might ask? Because both of my ex’s are PhD physicists (one worked with Mac Beasley in the KGB lab), and I’ve sworn off the breed forever, cold turkey, no more contact or conversations because they bring nothing but grief to my life…but damn it all if you people don’t seem to hold a monopoly on sounding interesting. 🙂

  9. Well, if it makes you feel any better, that web page is way out of date: I’ve been an engineer at Google for almost three years now.

  10. Well, if it makes you feel any better, that web page is way out of date: I’ve been an engineer at Google for almost three years now.


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