Sound Philosophy

The observable universe is approximately 93 billion light-years in diameter. Our estimate is two trillion Galaxies in our observable universe. Within our Milky Way Galaxy, one of the two trillion Galaxies in our universe, there are at least 100 billion stars, and on average, each star has at least one planet orbiting it. This means there are potentially many planetary systems like our solar system within the Milky Way Galaxy. And this number of potential habitable solar systems would be staggering. Yet, in our universe, with the staggering potential inhabitable solar systems, there is only one planet with intelligent life, eight billion humans with a CONSCIENCE in all of the universe. We are alone until we’re not.

Many scientists believe there must be intelligent life in the universe because of the number of inhabitable planets. So, therefore, there must be intelligent life on other planets in the universe. So what if there is intelligent life on other planets and say this intelligent life believes in a creator? I wonder what scientists would have to say about that.

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