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What are the chances that we are alone in this universe?

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What are the chances that we are
alone in this universe? Here is something to
your mind blown for the day:)

As
we know, the sun is a star. In our
galaxy alone, there are estimated
to be over 100 billion stars. How many earth-like planets orbit
these stars? An estimated 17
billion. …

“Almost all sun-like stars
have a planetary system,” said
Francois Fressin, an astronomer
at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Also, there is estimated to be
around 100 billion galaxies in the
universe.

So if each galaxy has
millions or billions of earthlike
planets, and there are hundreds
of billions of galaxies, does it make sense to think that we are
the only form of intelligent life in
the Universe?

But it goes even
further. At the center of each galaxy lies a
black hole. Equations show that
within the black hole of each
galaxy lies ANOTHER whole
universe. “Like part of a cosmic
Russian doll, our universe may be nested inside a black hole that is
itself part of a larger universe.

In
turn, all the black holes found so
far in our universe—from the
microscopic to the supermassive
—may be doorways into alternate realities.” According to the new equations,
the matter black holes absorb
and seemingly destroy is actually
expelled and becomes the
building blocks for galaxies, stars,
and planets in another reality.

Essentially, every black hole
contains a smaller alternate
universe. And our universe might
just exist inside a black hole of a
galaxy in a much larger universe. So within the 100 billion galaxies
in our known universe lies 100
billion universes in the galactic
black holes of our universe, with
100 billion more galaxies each
containing another universe with more galaxies, and so on
infinitely.

beautiful_universe-wide

READ MORE:

!.Earth-Like Planets Fill the Galaxy | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/2013/01/08/earth-like-planets-fill-the-galaxy/

2.At least 17 billion Earth-like planets across the Milky Way
http://www.nationalpost.com/m/wp/news/blog.html?b=news.nationalpost.com%2F2013%2F01%2F07%2Fa-least-17-billion-earth-like-planets-across-the-milky-way-study

3.Every Black Hole Contains Another Universe?
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2010/04/100409-black-holes-alternate-universe-multiverse-einstein-wormholes/:

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