New research has found that the planet is home to more active human beings than any other planet in our solar system.
The study, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, also found that life on Earth has been evolving since the planet formed around 4.5 billion years ago.
The scientists used the NASA Kepler Space Telescope to map the positions of the planets and stars that have ever existed on the nearest stars to the sun.
They found that there are at least 4,000 active planets in our Solar System, and that each one has about one person on its surface.
They say the planet has around 1,000 planets that are “excessively hot” that have “a high degree of heat and pressure”.
That makes them extremely active, the scientists say.
They say this is likely because the planet was formed at a time when the Sun was much hotter and had much higher temperatures than it is today.
They also say the atmosphere of the planet, which is rich in carbon dioxide, is “very hot”.
And there are also a few “hot spots” that are more active than the rest of the surface.
The research is part of a wider study looking at how the Earth is changing.
This is not the first time this has been done.
In the past, researchers have used telescopes to map how much heat an object was absorbing at a particular location.
But this study was the first to take into account the temperature of the Earth itself.
Scientists have known for a while that the Earth’s surface is warming due to the accumulation of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere.
The researchers say that while they did not expect to find as many active planets as they did, it is still a good indicator of how much life has been going on on the surface of the Sun.