Thursday, June 30, 2016

What Can Hubble Tell us about Other Inhabited Planets?

This Hubble Deep Field Photo taken in 1995 using the Hubble Space Telescope shook scientists, and the public. Nearly 3,000 galaxies are visible in this image, each one containing approximately 100 billion stars. In order to capture this amazing photo, astronomers aimed the telescope towards a small, dark patch of sky. This portion of the sky measured one-24 millionth of visible area. 
Hubble Deep Field Photo
What this picture tells us is that there are many more stars in our universe than ever imagined before. Scientists believe that the number of stars is about 10²². That’s 10 followed by twenty-two zeros:100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000, which does not count planets. So with this information it is far easier to imagine that intelligent life has evolved elsewhere, and that we are likely to have been visited by such intelligence. The possibility is not only likely, but extremely likely, in my opinion. 
Simply taking this data into account should convince any hard-noses skeptic that the chances that the Earth is not the only place where intelligent life exists. Never mind the thousands of reports of Unidentified Arial Phenomena, and actual extraterrestrial sightings that have occurred in at least the last 70 years and prior.  
Margie Kay is the editor of Un-X News Magazine and host of Un-X News

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