Could it change everything we thought we knew about our species?

The biggest conundrum – outside the questions on how our universe came to be – is whether we are alone in our solar system, our galaxy, or even in the entire universe at large.

For the last 50 years, scientists have held out the hope that maybe… just maybe, humankind is not the only biological life existing in the universe.

The rare earth hypothesis might just be the answer we have all been looking for, especially since it opens a new door to understanding the state of our universe.

The chief riddle we’d be happy to have astronomers answer for us is this: Do other planets like earth exist in any other solar systems in our universe, and do they harbor life?