In their fate of the universe paper (Reviews of Modern Physics, Vol. 69, No. 2, April 1997), Adams and Laughlin discuss the effects of increasing metallicity star formation, speculating that increasing metallicity will eventually reduce the minimum mass to initiate hydrogen burning to about 4% of the mass of the sun, and that these stars would be so well insulated that water could condense in their atmospheres while fusion slowly proceeded in their cores. Do we know how much additional heavy elements this would require? Is it possible that any of these objects have already formed in locations unusually enriched in heavy elements or by a mechanism that provided heavy element enrichment?