This week will explore Paper 49 of The Urantia Book - The Inhabited Worlds.
An article on the NASA site in January of this year reported this: The centuries-old quest for other worlds like our Earth has been rejuvenated by the intense excitement and popular interest surrounding the discovery of hundreds of planets orbiting other stars. There is now clear evidence for substantial numbers of three types of exoplanets; gas giants, hot-super-Earths in short period orbits, and ice giants. The challenge now is to find terrestrial planets (i.e., those one half to twice the size of the Earth), especially those in the "habitable zone" of their stars where liquid water might exist on the surface of the planet.
The Kepler Telescope's mission is specifically designed to survey our region of the Milky Way galaxy to discover hundreds of planets in or near the "habitable zone" and determine how many stars in our galaxy that might have such planets. New studies reveal that the Milky Way hosts at least 17 billion Earth-size alien planets, and probably many more. Modern astronomers have determined that about 17 percent of stars in our galaxy harbor an Earth-size exoplanet in a close orbit.
It has been said that every law of probability states that there is LIFE on other planets. The Urantia Book stated this unequivocally in the 1930's, saying there are not just billions of inhabited worlds in space, there are actually trillions of inhabited worlds. It further states that there are some in close proximity to our precious blue marble of a planet. The Urantia Book reveals so much about life on other worlds and it's teachings are intriguing and inspiring.
We've invited one of our favorite exoplanet aficionados, Lt. Col Donald Ware to call in and join un is this discussion. As many know, Don is a highly respected member of the UFO community. We'd like to hear from you too. Please tune in.
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