Also OP, if you want the images you embed to fit, use the [ ATS ] tags for external Images.
[ ats = 627x700 ] http : //img442.imageshack.us/img442/1345/phlgl581small.jpg [/ ats ] resizes it to fit without having to use scroll bars.
So many details are often missed by people who don't use the scroll bars with some images, and if it's a HUUUGE image, people can still click to
view it in a new tab, etc, in it's full resolution.
OT. It's amazing that given the size of Mars and it's distance from the sun, we're still looking there for signs of life, and finding evidence of
water, and know it still has frozen ice caps. It also has a cycle ever 10 million years or so, where it's axis tilts giving it the needed sunlight to
melt those caps. Life may be coming and going on mars over and over, and we're stuck in a dry spell.
Seeing Gliese 581g and knowing it's relative distance from it's star, really makes you wonder - a little too close, or a little far away, it's too
hot or too cold.. that one is just right. How can there NOT be life on it. We will never know in our life time. It may be a savannah full of space
cows, and tribes of 8 legged herdsmen...
They may be looking back at us, going "Ya know Barry, I rekon that panet, that one there, the one we detect there, No, THERE.. I rekon that just
might have life on it.." only to be mocked by the religious controlling state, who put him in a castle and say "Don't you come out till your dead
you miscreant! - all hail Xenu and may his DC10 never falter."
I wish I knew we'd know one day. At least the knowing that we'd know would be enough to know, so that I could stop pining to exist longer and longer
until we find out how long that piece of string is...