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24 January 2011
Yesterday I came across this article, proclaiming to the world that “Saturn’s icy moon Rhea has an oxygen and carbon dioxide atmosphere that is very similar to Earth’s. Even better, the carbon dioxide suggests there’s life – and that possibly humans could breathe the air.”
Say what? Ok. There’s so much badness packed into those two lede sentences that I feel dirty just reprinting them here.