It is written:
“The LORD is God. He made the skies and the earth. He put the earth in its place. He did not want the earth to be empty when he made it. He created it to be lived on. “I am the LORD. There is no other God.” (Isaiah 45:18)
For years, our culture has been brainwashed to believe so fervently in other life in our universe that the true scientific facts have been vastly ignored or understated. The simple truth is: science demonstrates very clearly that intelligent life exists only in one place in our universe: planet Earth. One NASA scientist, describing some of the conditions that make life on Earth possible, has written:
“”1. Earth’s Distance from the Sun If Earth’s distance from the sun were just 5% smaller, the atmospheric greenhouse effect would raise surface temperatures to 900 ° F, similar to what can be seen on Venus. If the Earth-sun distance were just 1% greater, Earth would experience a continual Ice Age. Our sun itself is a very stable star, even among other G-class stars. Its energy and heat output only vary over time by +/-0.1%, rather than the inhospitable average variance of +/-4% for its fellow G-class family members. 2. Earth’s Size (Weight and Diameter) If Earth’s weight and diameter were greater, our planet’s core temperature would be hotter, which would increase surface temperatures. Earth’s gravity and atmospheric pressure would also be greater, with more of the lightweight dangerous gases (such as methane and ammonia) being retained. Depending on the amount of increase, life would be at the very least threatened, if not altogether impossible. If Earth’s weight and diameter were smaller, its gravity would be weaker, and our atmosphere (including our essential water vapor and much of our oxygen) would be too light to be retained. In addition, decreased surface temperatures would result in a wasteland similar to what can be seen on Mars. The deadly gases methane (CH4) and ammonia (NH3) have molecular weights of 16 and 17 grams per mole respectively and are fortunately too light to stay in our atmosphere for very long, while life-giving water vapor (H2O) at 18 grams per mole is just barely heavy enough! Interestingly, the weight of molecular oxygen, also vital for life, is 32 grams per mole. But oxygen is only that heavy because it predominantly exists in our atmosphere as a diatomic molecule (O2; two atoms stuck together). Otherwise its weight would only be 16 grams per mole, and, like methane, it would not be heavy enough to stay in our atmosphere for very long! 3. Earth’s Atmosphere Earth’s atmosphere viewed from space has been described as a “thin blue line” because it appears almost insignificant next to the earth. Yet our atmosphere insulates us from the extreme day-to-night temperature ranges in space. It also protects us from harmful solar and cosmic radiation. The ozone layer in our stratosphere further protects us by absorbing high-energy radiation from space. If there were less ozone in our stratosphere, biological life would be destroyed by the excess radiation. If there were more ozone in the stratosphere, biological life would not receive enough of the sun’s energy for photosynthesis and vitamin D synthesis. Our atmosphere’s composition is perfect, with 78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 1% argon, and other trace gases. Just a little more or less of either nitrogen or oxygen would ultimately result in death. The small amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is just enough to hold in some heat, but not enough to create a runaway greenhouse effect. The small percentage of water vapor in our atmosphere also helps hold in some heat. In addition, that just-right water vapor provides us with rain as a vital part of Earth’s water cycle. On average, lightning strikes somewhere on Earth once each second. More than that and we’d have too many grass and forest fires. Less than that and not enough nitrogen from the atmosphere would get converted into the nitrates essential for plant growth. 4. Earth’s Magnetic Field Our magnetic field protects us by repelling charged particles from the solar wind, which might otherwise tear Earth’s atmosphere away, molecule by molecule. The small amount of solar wind that creeps through the magnetic field at Earth’s north and south poles produce the aurorae, which serve as beautiful reminders of how the magnetic field protects us. Migratory animals such as honeybees, butterflies, homing pigeons, tuna, and dolphins all have magnetite in their brains. This substance acts like a compass needle, enabling these animals to sense the orientation of Earth’s magnetic field and make their seasonal migrations northward and southward within it. 5. Earth’s Twenty-Four-Hour Rotation Rate A slower daily rotation rate would cause longer days, during which plant life could burn up, and longer nights, during which plant life could freeze. A faster daily rotation rate would drastically alter Earth’s climates: the tropics would get warmer while the poles would get colder, reducing the livable areas and possibly bringing about another Ice Age. 6. Earth’s Axial Tilt The 23.5 ° tilt of Earth’s north-south polar axis as it revolves around the sun gives us seasons and actually doubles the available crop-growing land area. 7. Earth’s Only Natural Satellite (Our Moon) The moon not only helped ancient people keep track of time, but it also is largely responsible for our ocean tides. If the moon were bigger or much closer, it would cause tidal waves, submerging continents on a regular basis. If this natural satellite were smaller or much farther away, there would be no tides and shoreline waters would quickly stagnate. The moon is also just the right size to stabilize Earth’s rotation axis at a 23.5 ° tilt, as well as to maintain Earth’s rotation rate at twenty-four hours per day. If the earth had more (or less) than one moon, our tides, daily rotation rate, and tilt would all be affected. 8. Earth’s Crust Earth’s geological crust ranges from four miles thick in ocean basins to thirty miles thick under some mountain peaks. Yet if the earth’s crust were just ten to twenty feet thicker, the metallic elements within the crust would have combined with all the free oxygen in the atmosphere, making it unavailable to support life. Conversely, if the earth’s crust were any thinner, it would be more fragile, and there would be much more seismic and volcanic activity. 9. Earth’s Liquid Water Earth is the only known place in the universe to have liquid water and the water cycle necessary for life. Simply put, without water, there is no life. Instead, there are only wastelands. Water is a basic building block and perfect solvent for the other chemicals needed for life. Probably the most important compound on Earth, water’s relatively low boiling point allows it to be easily purified on an ongoing basis as part of Earth’s life-sustaining water cycle. Another important, though bizarre, property of water is that, unlike other substances, it becomes less dense when it freezes and floats on top of liquid water, acting as an insulating blanket. Without this strange characteristic, it would act like other liquids, becoming denser and sinking as it freezes, allowing more ice to form on top of the surface. In this scenario, rivers, lakes, and oceans would freeze essentially solid during the winter. In the summer, only the top of the ice would melt. Earth’s water would exist as masses of solid ice with seasonal surface slush, making biological life virtually impossible.”. (Leslie Wickman, Ph.D., God Of The Big Bang: How Modern Science Affirms The Creator, 888-947 (Kindle Edition); Brentwood, TN; Worthy Books).
In specifically examining the issue of whether or not it is likely to find another life-generating and sustaining planet, she writes:
“So, could it be possible that intelligent extraterrestrial beings are sending UFOs to Earth? As discussed in chapter 7, the number of conditions necessary for life in any particular star-planet system, combined with the amount of time and complex processes involved in producing intelligent life, as well as the limited time frame that a planet remains habitable, make it extremely unlikely to find another planet in the universe capable of sustaining intelligent life. Especially during the same time frame that life exists on Earth. In fact, by some estimations, a person is more likely to win the California state lottery more than five thousand times in a row than we are apt to discover another life-friendly planet. In addition, there are several problems with the idea that UFOs might be coming from distant planets.” (Leslie Wickman, Ph.D., God Of The Big Bang: How Modern Science Affirms The Creator, 1428-433 (Kindle Edition); Brentwood, TN; Worthy Books).
The truth is, our culture is being conditioned to accept the extraterrestrial hypothesis for a very specific agenda, one that has been explored and exposed by a clandestine government organization known as the Collins Elite.
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