posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 05:31 PM
reply to post by yeti101
May I repeat again. You tried to avoid it in my last post because it goes against your argument. Its only the data based on the first 4 months of
observation. Expect some changes to come when they confirm the Next set of data which I believe is the entire first years observation almost.
I agree with you on the Kepler mission being he best and most important mission NASA has ever done IMO. This is very interesting stuff and i advise
you to keep an open mind about possibilities of planet formation because we still don't know much without alot more data and direct observation of
The only direct observations we have of planets so far are large gas giants or brown dwarf types. I think it's only like half. A dozen direct
observations overall which isn't much. Let's keep open all possibilities of planet/ moon formation until we can confirm the frequency of such. Maybe
certain regions will have higher chances of different sizes of planets due to more matter available. We will have to wait and see.
Like bill borucki I have high hopes for life to be abundant in the universe. I'm no religious follower. I'm strictly agnostic/atheist and cannot
prove if god exists or not but I truly believe the purpose of the universe is too harbor/create life because that is maybe just the most intriguing
thing to me and I think we can agree man people yearn to discover life elsewhere.
Deep down inside me I believe this is our destiny we will explore this vast universe and we shall satiate our curiosity because it is our instinct.
The universe calls for us and we are privileged to be able to do this.
May all be well with you and long live earth our planet our home. The only planet we have confirmed life to exist but with advancing technology I can
assure you there will be life elsewhere.
Our great mother earth so beautiful so rich and splendorous. So tranquil