I have read several accounts that strongly suggest we (humans) are not from this planet. There is some evidence and conjecture that we may have come here from Mars after we had made the planet inhabitable, but that we aren’t even from there, but further afield. Suggesting the possibility that we are in fact a race of space nomads.

If we are not from here, that would explain why they can’t find the so called ‘missing link’ between us and apes; there isn’t one.

We have succeeded in stripping this planet and making it uninhabitable, is this why we are searching so far and wide in the galaxies at great expense to find the next port of call?

solongandthanksforallthefish

Was Douglas Adams spoof ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy‘ terribly far off the mark? “So long and thanks for all the fish!”

Maybe we’ve found our next home…

Star is crowded by super-Earths

An impression of what the sky might look like from the exoplanet Gliese 667Cd, looking towards the parent star and featuring, at top, the other super-Earths in the habitable zone

Scientists have identified three new planets around a star they already suspected of hosting a trio of worlds.

It means this relatively nearby star, Gliese 667C, now has three so-called super-Earths orbiting in its “habitable zone”.

This is the region where temperatures ought to allow for the possibility of liquid water, although no-one can say for sure what conditions are really like on these planets.

Gliese 667C is 22 light-years away.

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22 light-years, just next door really.

 

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