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Thread: Inflated gas like balloon creatures on the Saturn monn Titan, possible?

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    Inflated gas like balloon creatures on the Saturn moon Titan, possible?

    I was thinking that Titan would be a perfect place fo something like A floating jellyfish/plant, the tendrils
    [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tendril]
    hanging down like a plant roots.

    Or upside down or both as a tendril or sail[ like the [man of war] jellyfish.

    http://www.google.com/images?q=man+o...NMWAlAeBs7XNBw

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...h-beaches.html

    Very painful as i found out when I caught a 1/2 dime sized from a drifting swarm.

    Bad mistake on my part.

    A high gravity planet [saturn or jupiter] planet could have biolife which generate the gas but the membrane would be have to be a 1.000 times tougher I would think?
    Last edited by showboat; 2010-Oct-05 at 03:57 AM. Reason: supposed be moon not monn

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    The analogy reminds me Dr. Sagan's ---floaters and sinkers---which was proposed in his Cosmos series--IMHO---our current knowledge has gone past that analogy---we may find bacterial-type life on Titan---given the current state of knowledge---I am unsure of Saturn ---I am unaware of any probes going into the Saturnian atmosphere . . . and ultimately to the towards whatever core there-is?

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