Is life really limited to some "Goldilocks Zone"? The recent discovery of Kepler 22-B, a planet some think may harbor life based on its situation inside of the "habitable zone," should rather be looked at from the standpoint of the discussion in Lyndon LaRouche's recent reports, such as The End of World Wars:" ... Consider such cases as the attempt to measure the principles of, respectively, life, and human creativity as such, as V.I. Vernadsky treats the respectively distinct principles of the Biosphere and the Noösphere. How could such 'magnitudes' as those be measured as inherently substances of direct sense-perception per se?"