Today on Yahoo.com, one of those major scientific finds have happened in the fact that NASA has found a "substantial" amount of water on the Moon which will now lead the way for us to colonize the Moon.
Also, geysers with water and carbon elements have been discovered on one of Saturn's moons and some scientists think this Moon might've introduced simple life here on Earth billions of years ago.
This is really fascinating and I have a feeling that these next 100 years are going to destroy all of our thoughts and knowledge of our Universe, including our very own solar system.
I believe they have found well over 400 planets outside of our solar system, including "Earth-like" planets.
To say we are alone in a Universe with a quadrillion quadrillion stars is just being illogical. Hell, it looks like we might have other life in our own solar system. NASA has suggested the possibility of life in the under ground ocean on the moon around Saturn.
There are millions of other worlds in countless star systems in thousands of galaxies yet we have found no life yet....Why? Is it because there is no other life in the universe? Is it because there use to be...
It looks like the Earth may possibly have two moons. (see link below). If this is true, what should we name the moon, and should we give our bigger moon a name?http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/wonder/s...