Earth was created for human beings but, over time, it’s been destroyed by pollution and hazardous materials. Having a nice car and a decent sized house with a two car garage is part of the American Dream. In time, things will change—technology will modernize and grow. Hopefully that means our environment will begin to heal. Many wonder what we’ll do if the earth is uninhabitable one day. Will we find another planet where we can live? Well, scientists have had a massive breakthrough in their research into finding Mother Earth’s twin.
Kepler-22 is a newfound planet in a habitable zone—meaning there is liquid water to possibly sustain life. Hope has risen for a new beginning, and Kepler may be the answer. This planet, which is new to us but not to outer space, is 600 lightyears away and has an average temperature of 72 degrees Fahrenheit. Kepler also orbits around a star just how earth orbits around our star—the Sun. The difference is that the earth orbits the sun in 365 days where Kepler orbits it’s star every 290 days. Although this new planet may be habitable, is it too far for us to reach?
The universe is endless and so are the astrological objects in it—like Kepler-22. On earth we have cars to take us to our destinations and shelters to protect us from weather, dangers, and many other things. Does your homeowners insurance protect you and your family from meteors? One or more meteors sent down from space from aliens are most likely not covered on your homeowners insurance policy, but free-falling meteors from space are. It’s better to be prepared for the unexpected now rather than later because the unexpected can happen at any time, on any day—just like the discovery of our earth’s twin.
At Leinweber Insurance Agency we can help you by answering any questions or concerns you may have regarding your policy. We offer 15 different insurance companies such as Safeco, Allied, Travelers, Progressive, and many more. Please stop in the office this holiday season or give us a call at 303-558-9880.