So we have stars that are close to our star (the sun) that could have planets. Why are we looking out hundreds of light years further for stars that could have exoplanets. Even if they have them then how are we going to get there? The new world order and science and academia is constantly distracting us.
Why not exclusively focus on the stars that are actually close enough that we could build nuclear powered space ships and probes to go out there. Umm.. Well because that would require doing work and they don't want to do that. Instead just waste a lot of time sitting behind a telescope watching.
Yeah I mean this one is a real winner. It is only 10 % the size of our sun. It is called Trappist that is an appropriate name for all of these exo planet hunts. They are traps!
This is the new world order distracting us. We have blue prints for spaceships that could go to stars much closer. But they are just sitting around and collecting dust.