Alien life. Found a new planet in a living area

Alien life. Found a new planet in a living area
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Alien life. Found a new planet in a living area. Great discovery!

Planet No. 16b

Planet No. 16b (Photo credit: sualk61)

The British university of Hertfordshire has found a new planet (twelve light years from the Sun). The planet is placed in a living area.

Why would we be the only intelligent beings in the infinite universe?

The answer is that other intelligent beings are sharing with us the privilege of being conscious of their existence and feeling positive or negative impulses a cause of the events of their lives.

Groups of scientists, naturalists, philosophers, thinkers… are looking for alien life. However, except for the possible existence of frozen water in Mars, few solid data have been found until now.

Then, this recent discovery of the British university of Hertfordshire could be one of the greatest discoveries of 2012 and its future consequences can be really important.

The new planet orbited around Tan Ceti, a star that we can see from our Earth without telescope.

Definitely, it’s a great news, which can open a different future. Mankind can see new horizons.


In fact, we are needing new points of view!


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  • great news – and can’t wait to see the night sky holding tan ceti! plus i have a telescope so i should be able to view “up close and personal”! 😉

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