Today NASA tweeted, “Around a nearby, cold, small star we found 7 rocky Earth-size planets, all of which could have liquid water—key to life as we know it.”
The bodies, about 40 light years (235 trillion miles) away from Earth, orbit an ultra cool dwarf star called TRAPPIST-1 in the constellation Aquarius. Several of the planets are located in what's known as the “habitable zone”— the Goldilocks region where it's thought water can exist and life can thrive.
This is the first time astronomers have discovered so many terrestrial planets orbiting a single star, and this new system could be the best target in the galaxy to search for extraterrestrial life.
John Podesta, the former chairman of Hillary’s failed presidential campaign, tweeted:
How do you think the search for alien life will fare in the @realDonaldTrump's upcoming budget? #thetruthisoutthere https://t.co/vYYTdKnETC— John Podesta (@johnpodesta) February 22, 2017
Podesta admitted back when he was President Clinton's chief of staff he asked the president "for some information about some of these things, and in particular, some information about what was going on at Area 51."
"There are a lot of planets out there. The American people can handle the truth."
The handling the truth line should be familiar to anybody who’s watched The X-Files, a show about a pair of FBI agents who investigated things like UFO sightings.
During an interview this week, crazy Johnny vehemently maintained, “There are at least forces with the FBI that wanted her [Hillary] to lose. I’m not sure they really understood the alternative, but they wanted her to lose. I think that’s one possibility.”
Damn that Scully and Mulder!
Hillary Clinton promised during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! if she were elected President she would open government files on Area 51 and other areas of interests of the extra-terrestrial advocates. Clinton also wowed The X-Files crowd by informing her host that the correct word for UFO is actually "unexplained aerial phenomenon."
Maybe you'll find Wisconsin on one of those planets. https://t.co/zlwsyU5jgo— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) February 22, 2017