Are we alone? Here is what Richard Dawkins wrote in his book "The Greatest Show on Earth"
"My guess is, for what it's worth (not much because there are so many unknowns), is that life is very rare, but that the number
of planets is so large (more are being discovered all the time) that we are probably not alone, and there may
be millions of islands of life in the universe. Nevertheless, even millions of islands could still be
so far apart that they have almost no chance of ever encountering one another, even by radio."
It's estimated that there are possibly many billions if not trillions of other suns and
astronomers in 2011 discovered humongous black holes with masses of
nearly 10 billion suns each. That's 10,000 million times larger than the size of our god and yet we still believe that
without OUR "perfect" sun we human animals could not and would not exist on this planet.
It's estimated that half of all suns have planets around them (billions of which are close to the size of the planet Earth).
We have discovered numerous giant clouds that contain water in outer space and some of
those clouds contain water volumes many trillions of volumes of water bigger than what is in all of our oceans.
We are certain that meteorites from outer space have contained and deposited DNA particles onto our tiny planet
On this planet some organisms can live in extremely hot and low oxygen conditions near volcanic eruptions in our oceans.
Our Earth is no longer seen as flat by most people and yet amazingly there are still billions of people on this planet
who believe we humans were created "special" by their god/s and are the only
"intelligent" creatures in all of the billions if not trillions of other universes.
August 2012 our god (possibly to scare us?), sent out a solar whip.
Measuring half a million miles long and visible over two days in August, this "solar whip" could wrap around our small planet approx. twenty times.