One of the more obnoxious myths from the cult of 'science', is that the Earth magically self-created through a process [as yet unknown] of matter forming and coalescing over eons of time. This chaotic process included the positioning of a moon, of the exact size and distance from the Earth. If the moon is too close, or too far away and there is climate chaos on Earth. Random chance apparently placed the Earth in a perfect position from the Sun to receive radiation and heat. And in time, combined with lucky happenstance formed the one million or so variables necessary for life, including complex chemical compounds, geo-magnetism, rotation at a certain speed, an axial tilt of perfection, oceans, and all the attributes found on the planet.
Surely millions of Earths and millions of Star Farce species exist ? Or not. The obvious uniqueness of Earth 'terrifies' Atheists and Evolutionists. Catholic Copernicus's helio-centricity theory, whose math was elucidated by the Christian Kepler, did not displace Earth from the center of anything.
One reason why the Church and Christians supported Copernicus and Kepler [who was funded in large part by Catholic monarchs]; was that the 'center' in Christology was equated with meanness, crudity, corruption. Taking the Earth out of the center was a 'godsend' making the uniqueness of the Earth even more obvious and vital.
The Earth is quite likely at or near the center of the universe. It certainly is privileged. Life needs millions of factors in order to occur. It does not happen by chance. This fact is lost on the alien-cult who have spent hundreds of billions and found precisely nothing in regards to alien 'civilizations'. They never will find anything.
“At Discover Magazine, Nathanial Scharping offers the suggestion that “Earth may be a 1-in-700 quintillion kind of place.” That’s a couple of orders of magnitude lower odds than the number of stars estimated in the universe.
A new study suggests that there are around 700 quintillion planets in the universe, but only one like Earth. It’s a revelation that’s both beautiful and terrifying at the same time.
Astrophysicist Erik Zackrisson from Uppsala University came up with this number in a computer model, so it could be criticized on that basis. His paper, published on Cornell’s arXiv server in advance of expected publication in the Astrophysical Journal, assumes the big bang and models of stellar, galactic and planetary evolution. Even so, his conclusions mark a startling departure from typical cosmological speculations about the likelihood of habitable planets. Since there are so many stars and planets out there, the thinking has been since Carl Sagan’s days, life must be common.
But according to Zackrisson, most planets in the universe shouldn’t look like Earth. His model indicates that Earth’s existence presents a mild statistical anomaly in the multiplicity of planets. Most of the worlds predicted by his model exist in galaxies larger than the Milky Way and orbit stars with different compositions — an important factor in determining a planet’s characteristics. His research indicates that, from a purely statistical standpoint, Earth perhaps shouldn’t exist.”
The cult of science. They ignore even the most obvious facts including the origins of life, planets and the less than zero possibility, that multiple Earths exist.