New Potentially Habitable Planet Found
Before you start packing, you should probably know that Gliese 581g, the planet in question, is 20 light-years away. (For the inquisitive reader, a light-year is not a measure of time.)
The planet was discovered by a team working at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and the Carnegie Institution of Washington.
“We had planets on both sides of the habitable zone — one too hot and one too cold — and now we have one in the middle that’s just right,” said Steven Vogt of UC Santa Cruz. (Reuters)
This discovery is yet more proof that God is all powerful; how else would he be able to create two separate habitable planets, so far away from one another, and still keep track of the goings-on on both?