Is life on earth special?

Is our sun special?

Is our solar system special?

Is our location in our galaxy special?

The answer appears to be yes!


If the human race were advanced enough to find and visit other advanced life in the universe, how would we do it?


We are about to exponentially increase our search for life in the galaxy.  Most of the stars in our galaxy, the milky way have at least one planet in orbit. That means there are millions of planets. Is advanced life rare, and primitive life common, or is advanced life common too?


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"Everyone by nature desires to know."


Two single moms unknown to each other, move their young daughters to a small town. There in-between neighbor, a physics professor fires their curiosity quotient (CQ) filling them with questions; then he provides the answers.
Both purses advanced science degrees. Between them the science of the unknown and unexpected steps in revealing one of the oldest questions facing humanity. 
Are we alone in the universe?
Serendipity, unexpected results in science have revealed many things. 
This time serendipity has provided data that challenges these aspiring scientists educational goals and hopes.
Their neighbor and mentor pull every string he can to make sense of the obscure and changing facts.
Slowly, the full magnitude of what they have stumbled upon begins to reveal itself, challenging every resource they can find to help.
They realize the resources needed are far beyond the help they can hope to assemble.
The ultimate call is made, the professor calls his old classmate, the presidential science advisor.
The finger pointing begins, the full range of human emotions begins to roil everyone. The first female President performs a political high wire act, perhaps of all time drives a stunning and fully unexpected international response.
Standing on old metaphors, she merely asks, “What choice is there, what choice do we really have?”
The world evolves and so will you if you continue.

"The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible."

Arthur C. Clark