What is combined single directional speed of earth rotation, Earth orbit, solar system transit, galactic spin and transit, and universal expansion?

Yes, we’re all over the place. Speed is relative. The sun orbits the galactic center at about 514,000 mph (143 mi/s) within its trajectory around the galactic center, but as we orbit the sun sometimes the Earth speeds up or slows down relative to the galactic center. Round and round we go. It’s kind of like this amusement park ride!

Is Earth mentioned in the Star Wars universe?

Everybody wants to jump on this bandwagon and throw in their two cents. Remember: Star Wars took place A long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.
Star Wars happened way in the past, not the future, perhaps even before the existence of Earth. Furthermore, it happened in a very distant galaxy, perhaps millions or billions of light years away.
It’s simply a modern miracle that we can watch the story unfold before us on the big screen and your Blu-Ray player! Earth is not mentioned, and if it were, the people of Earth during those days would have been primitive indeed, if even we had evolved into homo-sapiens at that point in time.

What would happen if NASA had the U.S. Military's budget?

We spend 600 billion dollars every year on the military. What would happen if NASA had that kind of money? Here’s a very cool YouTube video that I love to watch!
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chLOgj8xjx8&w=854&h=480]

Are octopuses originally from another planet?

Are octopuses originally from another planet? It sure seems so, doesn’t it? They are a very weird creature!
But just because they are weird doesn’t mean they’re from another planet! In reality they are related to several other Earth critters. They are a mullusc and belong to the class cephalopoda along with squids cuttlefish and nautiloids. So although they are very weird, they are definitely not from another planet.
However, in the sense that we are all made of stardust that came from some Supernova explosion somewhere in the universe, then we are all from another planet or star!

Do you think aliens have received our communications and chose not to respond?

Do you think aliens have received our communications and chose not to respond? Well, who knows, but…. radio waves travel at the speed of light. We’ve been emitting radio waves for maybe a hundred years. A hundred light years radius around our solar system doesn’t encompass a lot of stars. So the answer to your question is “probably not.”

Does life have to have a climate like Earth? Out in space somewhere, can life not exist on a frozen planet or on a sun and just evolve to be able to live in its environment?

Life exists on Planet Earth in all kinds of places that are not where you would expect life should exist. Therefore, life could exist on other planets with similar bizarre climates.

For example:

  1. Deep under the ocean there are volcanoes erupting. The water temperature is way above boiling there and yet we have found these areas teaming with life.
  2. Life has been found in bubbling hot tar.
  3. The Deinococcus is listed as the “world’s toughest bacterium” in the Guinness Book of World Records because it withstands huge amounts of radiation that no life should be able to withstand.
  4. Pitch Lake in Trinidad is 250 deep and bubbling with hydrocarbon fumes seeping from oil reserves and is full of microscopic life.
  5. Lake Untersee in Antarctica has been iced over for 100,000 years. It is here they find Stromatolites mounds built by microorganisms.
  6. Researchers found these autochthonous organisms at the bottom of a South African gold mine.

Credit. So if life can exist in all these unexpected places on Earth (and more) then there is some possibility life can exist in different environments on other planets. The problem? We just haven’t found anything yet.

Are we all aliens from space?

People wonder and sometimes ask what if we were all actually descendants from Aliens.
While there is no real scientific evidence to suggest that aliens came here to propagate life on Earth, and even less likely that aliens could travel through Interstellar space, there is an argument for saying that we are all aliens!
It turns out that we are all made of Stardust generated from Supernova explosions generated a long time ago in outer space! Our sun is a second-generation sun and the planets that orbit our sun are made of coalesced dust that was excreted by the stars. You and I are made of nothing but Earth. From dust to dust. We are actually made of entirely alien components.
That’s as alien as you can get, and that’s as alien as you are going to get!

Captain Kirk (William Shatner) Sends Message to Voyager I

Of the two Voyagers, Voyager I is the farthest away at over 13 billion miles. It is outside the solar system and now in Interstellar space. In this video, we see William Shatner at NASA, read a 60 character message to Voyager, which is then sent out. It takes over 19 hours for this signal to reach Voyager I.
Here is the video:
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5VzVyYbPbJY]

Will an alien invasion by secular and militaristic extraterrestrials solve a lot of problems on Earth?

An alien invasion by secular and militaristic extraterrestrials would solve one of the biggest problems we have here on Earth. That problem being: does life exist on other planets? Finally we would have an answer!