We are a Probability, in a Probable Universe

Figure 1: Pale Blue Dot, taken by Voyager 1. (Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech, February 14, 1990, https://solarsystem.nasa.gov/resources/536/voyager-1s-pale-blue-dot/)
Figure 2: Diagram of the Miller-Urey Experiment that simulated early Earth conditions, and was successfully able to prove the formation of complex organic compounds from simple molecules. (Wikipedia, 2006, shorturl.at/wxzLS)
Figure 3: Image Depicting the Proposed Process for the Emergence of Life, as well as a comparison against the
Hydrothermal Vent Theory, both considered in context of the universe and Mars (Maruyama et al. 2018).
Figure 4: Diagram of the Habitable Region Around Stars of Various Luminosities, as well as known Exoplanets and their Location in their Habitable Zone (Image: NASA- Chester Harman, 2014, https://www.nasa.gov/ames/kepler/digital-press-kit-kepler-186f-an-earth-size-habitable-zone-planet/).




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