NASA scientists have announced the discovery of seven exoplanets orbiting the red dwarf star known as TRAPPIST-1 that may be suitable for human life and, hold on to your hats fans of science fiction, actually have health care. TRAPPIST-1 is a little bit bigger than the planet Jupiter and like other red dwarf stars gives off less energy than our sun. However, it’s rocky planets have a closer orbit than those in our solar system.
Scientists believe that at least three of these are in the “Goldilocks” zone where temperatures would be between 0 and 100 degrees Celsius and where Universal Health Care could exist which makes them perfect candidates for human life unlike the Earth which we’ve spoiled with endless war and greed.
A manned mission to TRAPPIST-1 with current technology would take generations and likely arrive well before the United States Congress gives two shits about the poor and the old.