On planet Earth there are over six billion people; in our solar system there are nine planets (Pluto will always be a planet to me, so up yours, NASA), comets, and an asteroid belt combine to span a total of over five trillion miles, roughly. Our galaxy, the Milky Way, cannot be measured in miles, and therefore reaches a rough estimate of one hundred light years. The entire universe is too large for both our comprehension and measurement. The was one chance in eighty million that your exact DNA would be formed, or simply become a speak of space dust on a missed chance; but here you are, one of a kind, never to be replaced. I think that's pretty neat.