# Super-Fun-Pak Comix by Ruben Bolling for January 15, 2016

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1. ##### BiggerJover 8 years ago

Assuming ‘six months’ to mean half of the moon’s year, and the moon’s year to be the time it talks to revolve around the planet, the patient’s remaining lifespan could be anywhere from about 5.64 Earth hours to 1432.16 Earth days (almost 4 Earth years). SCIENCE!

2. ##### lunchmasover 8 years ago

B-but, but, you depict Saturn’s rings at an angle of at least 20 degrees, when all of Saturn’s moons are in the ring plane so someone on the surface of one of those moons would see them edge-on! This photo is obviously fake! The Saturn colonies are a hoax!

3. ##### stev0over 8 years ago

But a Saturn year is about 29 Earth years, so he has about 14.5 Earth years left.

4. ##### No New Warsover 1 year ago

But if you are living on the moon, how is the month determined? For example, our Moon is tidally locked with the Earth and so the Earth does not appear to revolve around the moon? How would someone on our Moon define a month?

What is happening on this (so far undetected) moon of Saturn with regard to revolutions; does it have a moon of its own; how will the locals define months?

This cartoon strip just raises more questions than answers.