Our Place in the Universe
nRoss calculates the probability of accidentally getting his 33 items in the
right range as 1 chance in 1053.
nWhat does this mean for the chances of finding an earth-like planet?
uSurely not more than 10 planets per star.
uIf so, only 1024 planets in
the Hubble volume.
uThus only 1 chance in 1029 of getting
even one such planet in our
nOur place in the universe appears to be telling us something!