Following my recent blogs (ie, The matrix of macro vs micro + negative vs positive) and Dimensions: spacetime and assumed others 2), I prepared a new matrix on things that we know well: our planet Earth, the Sun, Life and water. See my latest diagram below. Finishing this blog took me lots of time.
My diagram shows why scientists view Earth as a Goldilocks planet:
“Earth has been called the “Goldilocks planet.” In the story “Goldilocks and the Three Bears,” a little girl named Goldilocks liked everything just right. Her porridge couldn’t be too hot or too cold. And her bed couldn’t be too hard or too soft. On Earth, everything is just right for living things. It’s warm, but not too warm. And it has water, but not too much water. Earth is the only planet known to have lots of liquid water. Liquid water is important for life. Earth is the only planet where life has been found.” (NASA)
In my view, it is impossible that Earth is the only Goldilocks planet in the entire Universe. The mere fact that the US military has (finally) acknowledged the existence of UFO’s should be evidence for my view.
My diagram may also represent the blueprint of the Universe. That blueprint is biased towards ever-increasing complexity (eg, consciousness) while maintaining standardization (eg, in multicellular organisms).
In the human view, viruses are neither alive nor dead. Hence, viruses are not included in Nature magazine’s Tree of Life (eg, 2016). Astrobiologists assume that viruses may “travel” through the Universe.
That astrobiological notion is rooted in panspermia, “the hypothesis, first proposed in the 5th century BC by the Greek philosopher Anaxagoras, that life exists throughout the Universe, distributed by space dust, meteoroids, asteroids, comets, and planetoids, as well as by spacecraft ” (Wiki).
Everything in my diagram (above) feels logical, apart from – perhaps – water. This diagram suggests that water (either as gas or vapor, liquid or solid ice) was not present at the dawn of times a.k.a. the “Beginning”.
Note: all markings (bold, italic, underlining) by LO unless in quotes or stated otherwise.