Friday, 16 April 2010

Jupiter's Icy Moons

I was channel surfing a few weeks ago when I came across an interesting program about one of Jupiter's icy moons called Europa.

Europa is an ocean world and the whole program was filled with theories and discussions about how where there is water, there is possibility of life.

My question is, why would anyone think that there is no life or living organisms or so-called aliens outside our planet, Earth?

The current population on Earth is about 6.8 billion. We have 9 planets in our Solar System (I am including Pluto) and our sun is only one of over 100 billion stars in the Milky Way Galaxy. I don't need to see an "alien" to believe that there is definitely life, maybe in a different form of humans, outside Earth.

With the way we destroy Earth every day and the angry ways the Earth fights back through unpredictable tsunamis, earthquakes and volcano eruptions, it's just a matter of time when humans have to migrate to another planet, just like the way we migrate from one country to another.

Thank God that I will be in Heaven or would have become fish food by the time this happens and it will be kind of like watching 2012 from "up there."

Just a little thought.