700 quintillion terrestrial exoplanets is not necessarily a big number of celestial bodies, but it's obviously a huge number.
Yes, the Universe is a marvel, but what should we marvel at? Should we wonder at this huge amount of possible exoplanets, or should we be perplexed that apparently only ONE planet is supporting life among them all?
Shouldn't we be wondering at the fact that while almost all exoplanets are more or less identical, life on Earth is incredible varied even at the smallest scale?
What is really special, the Earth —considered as a planet lost among those quintillion bodies— or the living creatures living on it?