Look up at the night sky. How many dots of light can you see? Not too many, considering the scale of the universe. Now check out the image below:
It was taken in 1995, using the Hubble Space Telescope and it shook the scientific world. Almost 3,000 galaxies are visible in this image, each one containing close to 100 billion stars. In order to capture this stunning photo, astronomers pointed the telescope towards a small and relatively dark patch of sky. And by small, we mean really small, about one-24 millionth of the sky.
There are an estimated 10²² stars in our universe. That’s 10 followed by twenty-two zeros. 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 chances for life to evolve. And we’re only aware of one type of life: Earth life. There might be countless other ways for matter to intelligently assemble and reproduce itself. Wouldn’t it be extremely arrogant of us to believe we’re the only ones?
If we’re willing to accept the assumption that there might be others, it opens up a new world of possibilities. We will do our best to present them to you in a format we hope you like.
Your visions will become clear only when you look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.”—Carl Gustav Jung
We’re always looking to expand our horizons and broaden our understanding of life in general, and the human experience in particular. If you can say the same about yourself, we bid you welcome!
—the UFOholic team