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Is there life elsewhere? Other planets away from our solar system have been discovered, such as the three Jupiter class planets in Upsilon Andromedae System.
   All planets found outside of our so well balanced solar system--where all planets orbit the Sun in the same direction come with unstable eccentric orbits. These are hot gassy giants which could not possibly have been formed in their present positions, that is, having been spawned from the nearby stars which they hug, and are in co-rotation with; because, the scorchingly hot stars which they encircle would have precluded their formation, as any mineral content would easily have melted, altering to gas and therby dissipating any gravitional force necessary for the formation of such incredible giants. So where did they come from? Some are so monstrous, they could swallow our own gigantic Sun a hundred thousand times plus.
    And, in our solar sytem, there just is not enough matter that far from the Sun, in the regions of our giants, Jupiter and Saturn, Uranus and Neptune, for such planets to have become as huge as they are within the time frame of our solar system. So, it's a conundrum for those leaving God out of the picture.
    So its a paradox. Either God put 'em there, or we'll just have to keep looking for some other plausible answer.
    Conditions there are hellish due to temperatures of up to 2500ºF as the planets are close to the stars that spawned them. This dooms any Earthlike planet unfortunate enough to belong to the same system, as would the orbits they have, being so eccentric as to make life, as we know it, impossible. So, will we ever be in outer Space?
    To date, within the Milky Way galaxy, in our solar system, 31 planets have been discovered.
    "Since 1995 astronomers have detected more than 20 new planets orbiting stars in the galactic universe faster than light does. All of them are gas giants the size of Jupiter or larger with no solid surface to walk on, no oxygen to breathe, and frequently as hot as a blast furnace." ... Astronomy Magazine, January, 2000, page 52. Nothing like the homey planet Earth is with just the right amalgam of air, water, minerals, and weather. What goes on in space is incredibly dynamic.
     In our solar system, the Milky Way-(good astronomy software), the planets are stable and occupy circular orbits which are less susceptible to the extreme gravitational-perturbations that rule the more common systems throughout the observable Universe.
    Only tame systems, such as ours would be compatible with life. These other space worlds would appear to never become abodes of life -Psalms 147:4 "He telleth the number of the stars; he calleth them all by their names." Amos 5:8 "Seek him that maketh the seven stars and Orion, and turneth the shadow of death into the morning, and maketh the day dark with night; that calleth for the waters of the sea and poureth them out upon the face of the Earth. The LORD is his name." Psalms 89:11 "The heavens are Yours, the Earth is also yours. Likewise for the world and the fullness thereof, you have founded them." Psalms 148:1-7 ".....the heavens...angels...Sun and Moon...praise the name of the Lord; for He commanded and they were created. He hath also stablished them for ever and ever-(original means 'for as long as present conditions are extant'). He hath made a decree which shall not pass."
    Some planets contain far more, up to ten times the amount of lithium (the lightest known metallic {metal} chemical element) than most others. I wonder why.

HEART:-Certain cells are designed to pace the heart. The heart's valves allow blood to flow in both directions.
    Consider the meticulous-vascular system; its capacity; its systolic pressure withstanding ability. It all had to work initially as it now does, or we would not be here.
    The heart keeps beating because of the downward force from the heavens colliding with the upward force from the Earth. This, it has been postulated, contributes to keeping the lungs and heart pumping with its super efficient mechanism. Electrolytes have a part.

INTERDEPENDENT EARTH SYSTEMS:-The Universe and all that's in it are not some things that 'just happen to be there', or that some undefined elusive processes like 'chance' somehow 'worked out'. "The general requirements for habitability (man's supportive environment) are very poorly understood...The story of Earth's habitability is surprisingly complex." ... planetary scientist Jonathan Lunine of the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory at the University of Arizona in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
    The whole Earth system, and all affecting it from beyond, is a massive complete and finished system, an actual living organism with many interdependent components, such as the incredible water processing feature. All particulars function as they are intended to – designed to support man for his time here -Job 12:7-10 "But ask now the beasts, and they shall teach thee; and the fowls of the air, and they shall tell thee. Or speak to the earth, and it shall teach thee; and the fishes of the sea shall declare unto thee. Who knoweth not in all these that the hand of the LORD hath wrought this? In whose hand is the soul of every living thing, and the breath of all mankind."
    This interdependent living world is structured in layers; molecules to cells, cells to organs, individuals, populations, and ecosystems, including our interesting climate.-...continues

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