There has been a recent flurry of news articles like this, announcing the discovery, by NASA’S Kepler space telescope, of “habitable” earth-like planets. Well, what makes them “habitable?” They are in what is called the “Goldilocks Zone” of the star that they revolve around, namely not too hot, not too cold, not too large, not too small, etc. Finding such planets is the holy grail of extra-terrestrial life-seekers. Invariably, these articles excitedly announce the possibility of life on these planets, but how is this conclusion reached? What evidence is there of life? Would you believe – water?? What? Water consists only of hydrogen and oxygen. No DNA, no RNA, no protein, no carbon, no operating genetic code, only hydrogen and oxygen. Just because water is on earth and life is on earth, it doesn’t follow that life is on planets with water. However, in an evolutionary framework, this is exactly what we should expect, since in such a framework, matter plus energy plus time equals life. Where better to start than a planet with water, reflecting what Darwin speculated with his “warm little pond” on earth? In another article, Harvard-Smithsonian researcher Dimitar Sasselov said "Finding Kepler 10c tells us that rocky planets could form much earlier than we thought. And if you can make rocks, you can make life." Life from rocks?? As Creationists, we know that the missing ingredient in all of these materialistic receipes is information, or plan, resulting in the genetic code of life.