Posts Tagged ‘drake’

Updated: Drake Equation Revisited

June 2, 2017

1 in 22,286 solar systems in the Milky Way host some form of life, such as plant, animal, human, etc.

1 in 42,507 solar systems in the Milky Way host human life.

1 in 59,316 solar systems in the Milky Way host advanced human life.

 

1 in 61,571 solid planets or moons in the Milky Way host some form of life, such as plant, animal, human, etc.

1 in 117,439 solid planets or moons in the Milky Way host human life.

1 in 163,878 solid planets or moons in the Milky Way host advanced human life.


N = 2,630,000 = the number of civilizations in our galaxy where communication may be possible


 

1 in 7.43 solar systems/stars in the Milky Way have suns/stars similar to our own sun, SOL.

An estimated 6 trillion to 7 trillion human civilizations exist in our DERN Universe and in our space time configuration.

The estimated number of human civilizations that exist throughout all of Creation, is “in the vigintillions”, a number with 63 zeroes after it.


Total number of Identified Exoplanets: 3,499

Kepler Exoplanet Count: 2,491

Kepler:

Candidates: 4,034
Confirmed: 2,335
Small Habitable Zone Confirmed: 30

K2:

Candidates: 520
Confirmed: 156

(as of July 20, 2017)

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Drake Equation Solved Years Ago

September 12, 2016

In our Milky Way galaxy:

  •  1 out of every 22,285 solar systems support life of some kind.
  •  1 out of every 42,507 solar systems support human life or other advanced life forms.

This information was derived from Contact Report 512, which took place on Jan 1 2011.  The contact report was translated into English on May 5th and 6th of that same year.  There are more than 700 documented contact reports of Billy Meier’s conversations with with benevolent human extraterrestrials.

More:  

https://billymeier.wordpress.com/2014/08/31/here-is-your-disclosure-from-the-plejarens/