Addendum 01/31/20 - "On Saturn’s Moon Titan, Living Cells May Be Very Different From Ours"
Addendum 08/02/18 - "Where to look for life on Titan"
Addendum 09/15/16 - "Saturn’s Moon, Titan, Might Be Able to Support Life"
Addendum 3/01/15 - "How Alien Life Might Look on Saturn's Moon Titan"
Addendum 9/13/14 - "Saturn's largest moon home to Prebiotic Soup"
Addendum 9/12/13 - "Quantum Tunneling could aid Life's chemistry in the coldest places"
Addendum 2/12/12 - "Why we may find life on Saturn's Moon Titan"
Addendum 06/10/12 - "NASA scientists may have discovered life on Titan" See? Told ya! :-)
Addendum 10/13/11-Another article "The hazy history of Titan's air" (physorg.com)
Update: 12/31/2010 - Nice to find oneself on the bleeding edge. Here is an article quite some time after my musing:
ScienceDaily (June 7, 2010) — Two new papers based on data from NASA's Cassini spacecraft scrutinize the complex chemical activity on the surface of Saturn's moon Titan. While non-biological chemistry offers one possible explanation, some scientists believe these chemical signatures bolster the argument for a primitive, exotic form of life or precursor to life on Titan's surface. According to one theory put forth by astrobiologists, the signatures fulfill two important conditions necessary for a hypothesized "methane-based life."