Knowledge as defined by Merriam-Webster online includes the awareness of something, being familiar with something and the cognition of facts.
Many times, if things do not fall within our knowledge, we automiatically presume the “things” to not be true or to not exist. Funny, isn’t it?
Would it not be just as easy to presume that what we don’t know may have as great of a chance of existing as not exisisting?
For instance, why is the idea of life beyond our known Earthly world so hard for many to fathom?
Today, it takes headlines because a well known, much followed former Astronaut, Dr. Edgar Mitchell, publicly speaks that the government has been covering up the existence of other life forms for at least six decades.
What seems more shocking to me is that we could honestly believe that we are the only living beings, race of people/intelligent life/etc. in the vast unknown of space.