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An awful lot of people spend an awful lot of time telling us how many other planets have life on them. They never tell us which planets they're talking about, though. They never tell us if these other planets, the other ones with life aboard are in our solar system, if they're in the Milky Way or any other galaxy. They never tell us if there are other forms of life within our universe or any other universe, if there are other ones. What do people think? Is there more life out there? Are there other universes where life could exist - or are we really the only ones that actually exist?
The Shetland Space Centre is probably going to be built in Unst relatively soon and will hopefully operate for centuries, finding out a lot about the universe that we, and our planet, are in. There will possibly be a fair number of people employed there and if so, some other businesses will benefit from the new Space Centre. What does everybody think about this? Will it be good, bad or indifferent? Will it allow us to learn a whole lot more about both planet earth, the other planets around us and the other suns that exist?