Only a couple of decades ago the very suggestion of finding extrasolar planets on a large scale was scoffed at by establishment know-it-alls.  Nowadays,  it seems we’re finding planets almost everywhere, and those who believe in extraterrestrial life are not surprised at all. This recent story from National Geographic describes the latest findings where the star HD 10180, a star in the Hydrus constellation is now thought to be host to more planets than our own solar system.   “A star about 127 light-years from Earth may have even more planets than the sun, which would make the planetary system the most populated yet found.”   “According to a new study, HD 10180—a sunlike star in the southern constellation Hydrus—may have as many as…