Rich Talcott, the Senior Editor of Astronomy Magazine in
"This would be a big boon," Talcott told
Talcott believes there is likely life across the universe already.
"The fact that we have two planets in this galaxy with water would certainly indicate there is probably lots of water in existence across the universe," he said.
"Life developed pretty easily here on Earth. That bodes well that life will get started elsewhere."<<<
SETI (Search for Extra Terestrial Life) is on the verge of being abandoned, we have no evidence at all of the existence of life elsewhere in the universe, although we do have evidence of super-human intelligence in the coherent, meaningful, super-compressed information carried in our DNA (See Stephen Meyer's book 'Signature in the Cell') and evidence of life after death through the resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. Why are we thrashing around like crazy, spending money and using skills that ought to go on water engineering and re-afforestation projects in