01:10 04 June 2010 by David Shiga
"Two potential signatures of life on Saturn's moon Titan have been found by the Cassini spacecraft. But scientists are quick to point out that non-biological chemical reactions could also be behind the observations.
Titan is much too cold to support liquid water on its surface, but some scientists have suggested that exotic life-forms could live in the lakes of liquid methane or ethane that dot the moon's surface."
Very interesting and exciting findings. I am a firm believer that there is an abundance of life "out there." The only question is whether there is intelligent life in the universe. I hope so, but I doubt we'll ever know for sure. At least not within the next few thousand years.