Moderated by Dr. Charles Kupchella, Ph.D.
There are more than 500 sextillion stars in the universe. It’s more than all the grains of sand of all the beaches of the world – according to Carl Sagan. NASA states that there are at least 400 billion planets in the ‘Goldilocks’s Zones’ of the galaxies in the observable universe.
What are the challenges for the human race if we are alone in existence?
What are the odds of other advanced civilizations out in the universe?
Has contact been made? Will it ever?