20 thoughts on “New Watery Discoveries on Enceladus and Europa!”

  1. thx for this awesomely ha bisky vid and i hope we dont try to get water form space we just leave it there

  2. if water is so common why do people think earth's water came from comets? seems like it is common in many objects in our solar system and probably many solar systems, wouldn't it?

  3. So how is it, 'there doesn't have to be life there', if the conditions are right and evolution is not just a theory? Everywhere that life CAN exist it DOES, right? Or is Enceladus not old enough for evolution to have kicked in? Bollocks, i say. I think there's a race of prawn-people who have evolved in the capped oceans of Enceladus. Because that's what science teaches life does, jah?

  4. Why don't you guys do an episode where Bill Nye hosts? Wouldn't that put you guys on the map forever?

  5. Will you do a SciShow Space on transporting life to another celestial body, to see if we can get something going?

  6. I think we should explore it and if we can't find life after trying hard then we should try sending bioengineered life that could grow and evolve! Speaking of that wonder if we have the technology now to bioengineer microbes that could consume methane for example and have it expel oxygen or some other chemical that another microbe would eat eventually creating a habitable environment even if it takes a long time! If there's no life there we should create life!

  7. scishow, when editing your videos, please don't cut the half-second silences between each sentence… it sounds so unnatural, as if the speaker is not taking any breaths. I understand you want to make your videos short and concise, but still 🙂 great content otherwise.

  8. I love how scientists have like no evidence of some things but they are like OMG WE COULD TOTALY LIVE HERE!!1!!1

  9. What about poor Ganymede? No one ever mentions it has a liquid ocean inside of it, as well as liquid iron core with it's own full blown magnetosphere. I am pretty sure the ocean is just much deeper, resulting in no plumes. It's honestly my first bet for finding multi-cellular life in our Solar System, though getting to it would be a good bit harder…

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