Starwater article excerpt from Ben Davidson of Suspicious0bservers

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Recent Breakthroughs Reveal Startling Possibility: Water is Everywhere
by Ben Davidson

In just the last 12 months, we learned that one-sixth (⅙) of all stars in our galaxy have an earth-sized planet, and then months later, that it is actually one-fifth (⅕) of stars having the earth-sized planets… in the habitable zone.

If we use the number of 100 Billion stars in the galaxy, a common number, that’s 20 Billion chances for an earth-like rock or even a young Mars. What about the liquid oceans beneath moons like enceladus and europa? Between earth, Mars, and the dozen moons that may actually have life underground, it appears our initial guess is missing some zeros. Between planets like Earth and Mars, and the icy moons we’re likely to find, not just at sun-like stars but at all stars, we may have 500 Billion watery spheres to explore… just in the milky way.

There are millions of people around the world who not only believe that life exists outside our planet, but that evidence of that life can be found right here on Earth. It appears that the more we learn about the universe, the even stronger arguments for the existence of other life may be strictly numerical, ones of probability. Stars tend to have rocky planets like ours far more often than we could have imagined even just a few years ago, and with a bit of interdisciplinary connect-the-dots between scientific discoveries, you realize that most of those planets are going to have water and oxygen.

It would not be surprising to find that star formation results in patterned planet formation as well. If so, as the trends in observational evidence suggest, then planets like earth will be nearly ubiquitous, along with the existence of habitable moons. The STARWATER survey tells us that water is going to be everywhere, but it cannot confirm the existence of life outside our planet. This is where the evidence leaves us to draw our own conclusions about the existence of life on those worlds. It’s really the only question left; the water is not going to be a problem.

The papers, scientists, discoveries, and revelations are explored in the STARWATER series, available for members at, but the research and resources to private material are always made free for everyone here:


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