Nowadays, science makes more advances in one year than it has in the past five thousand.
The more we understand nature, the more perfect it seems to be. Everything has a place and reason for existence. Without bees, trees would not be pollinated. Without elephants digging for water, other animals would die of thirst. Vegetation is needed to provide oxygen. In short, there is a total interdependence of everything on this planet. Interestingly enough, our knowledge of the world beyond our planet and solar system has given us a deeper understanding of our own little world.
As astronomers discover planets outside our solar system, so far over three hundred have been found, the natural question arises: Is there life elsewhere in the Cosmos?
The planets detected so far, are huge astral bodes where gravity would squish us to the ground. Planets the size of earth are not yet detectable by means available to astronomers. However, by the law of probabilities, there should be millions of planets the size of earth orbiting their suns at distances that would allow life similar as we know here.
It is safe to assume that on a stellar scale, life as we know on Earth, is a common occurrence. Two major questions arise, why is it that we have a huge number of insect species, a large number of animal species but only one species of humans? The second question is what contribution does the human species makes to nature?
Evidence indicates that humans are fairly late arrivals on the planet with only five million years seniority, this makes one think that humans were not needed at the time when dinosaurs were dominant. But are we needed now?
Since we are aware of the laws of nature and their strictness, we must assume that they apply to all inhabited planets and that inhabited planets are meant to sustain life as long as the parent star allows it—that means eons of years.
To forecast the future of life on earth, all we need to do is look at the Dead Sea. Yes, salt going downstream of rivers eventually kills most ocean life. Unless there is a species intelligent enough to recover this salt from the oceans and carry it back upstream, the life of planets is limited.
Now you know what is the sole reason for your existence.