|It's filled with galaxies|
Even today, with new planets being discovered almost weekly orbiting distant suns, the subject of our being infinitesimally small is never brought up by the devoted. Their main concern, as always, seems to be to proselytize. They can't question. They need to rely on blind faith. I know people who are extremely religious and if you mention "the Goldilocks Zone" they look at you incomprehensibly, and then they smile because in their minds they've decided that you're a little out there. They can't concern themselves with the idea that there we are a small planet on the outskirts of the Milky Way Galaxy. The fact that with all those millions of stars circled by millions of planets means there is the good possibility of life out there might get you a smirk. As a result, I suspect someday, maybe sooner then later, something is going to happen and they're going to find themselves blind sighted. They may find themselves horrifically challenged simply because they never took the time to think there might be something else out there.