What would life inside of a gas giant look like?
A recent story entitled Ringshine, originally featured in Vol. 03 No. 03 of Nebula Rift Magazine, explored one of the many unexpected consequences of blindly treading beyond our own world. Subsequent conversations and interactions have led me to ask the question: What would life inside of a gas giant look like?
Would life on a planet like Saturn look like this:
Or would beings utilize gas-filled bladders to float through the dense clouds, employing chemosynthesis for sustenance? A combination of both? Could advanced life evolve on Saturn, and if so, could humans exist in the solar system with it?
What do YOU think?
Check out the story here:
“As a avid science fiction reader I had to check this book out. Ringshine is a short story which had me hooked by the middle and then carried me right through to the end.”
5 Stars – Amazon.com
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