I’m reading an article titled, Cosmological Challenges: Are we alone, and Where? The author is Martin Rees, former professor of Astronomy and Experimental Philosophy at Cambridge.
The next frontier for the next fifty years in science, he claims, is to “seek firm evidence for, or against, the existence of extraterrestrial intelligence.”
Are we alone in the universe and thus destined to “seed” life throughout the cosmos? Or are we part of an even larger story of intelligent life in the universe?
In 5 billion years when our sun dies, and humanity is spread out throughout creation, diversifying as a species over the aeons? Will we discover that we have always been alone?
What do you think?
How do the scriptures inform your thinking here?
- Are you open and excited by this search?
- Are you incredulous and certain that mankind is alone?
- Where do most of the people we’re trying to reach land on this issue?
See you in the Mystic,