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Is there life on other planets? This is a question I have wondered about for many years. I don't know if there are very many planets in our galaxy that support life. We (humans) have probed some small part of it to find suitable conditions for life just like ours. I'm talking about humans, not … Read more
Yes, I do believe that there is life on other planets which might be too far away from earth. But, in our solar system, only earth seems to hold an advanced form of life.
In layman's terms: Take a grain of sand, for example. Now try to imagine how many more grains of sand there are on all the beaches of the world. There are more suns/stars than all the grains of sand on all the beaches of the world combined. What are the odds of there being a … Read more
Yes and what about scale,perhaps the solar system is an atom in the eyebrow of a mosquito on a much larger system? Or our atoms are universes that contain billions of planets where our ancestors are all living giggling at these pondering and sipping tea some with time and density
There's some amusing answers given up there. First thing is, don't go bringing ANY kind of religious belief into any such question - it's like saying you can now scientifically prove that ghosts exist, and also that Santa is likely to be true too. Religion is 100% a 'belief' and is a story you either … Read more
Hi, I'm Connor and I'm 13. No-one knows exactly, but if a planet is in the Goldilocks zone, then there is a good chance that there could be life. Take Keppler 22b for example: It's bigger than earth, but it is mainly blue, which hints it is either rocky (like Earth) or a gas giant … Read more
The way I see it, what if the life-forms of a planet are relevant to the conditions of the planet they were created on...? For example: Every life form on this planet ranges between 40-80% water. The Earth's surface is 71% water (Due to the vast size of the Earth, it is hard to calculate … Read more
We have no proof yet, but it would require the ultimate in arrogance to believe that, of all the uncountable stars in the universe, not even one would have a planet with conditions that would allow life as we know it to exist. Beyond that, life has a way of adapting to conditions that we … Read more
Yes, I believe there's life on other planets, because the universe is so huge and there's bound to be another planet with existing life....I mean, really, the universe is HUGE, so it wouldn't be much of a big surprise if there was.
I think so. Yes, definitely. I think so because there is unlimited space, unlimited stars, and unlimited planets. There must be SOMETHING else out there. Space is so big that there unlimited possibilities. But nothing has been proven yet.
You don't even need a sun to support life now, that's proven, temperatures also don't matter. Life-forms just adapted to whatever conditions they migrated to over time, etc.
I think there is life on the other planets. That thing would not be impossible! Remember that we are not yet exploring all the parts of the universe!
Yes, of course. There must be another life in other planets, just like we live on the Earth!
Probably because space is so big and we can't be the only planet that has life on it.
Crystals and mold spores have been seen in meteorite(life forms)
We have no proof that there is life on any other planet, but we don't know either way.
To tell you the truth, it wouldn't surprise me. We have already found proof of extra terrestrial species.
Maybe, but no one's ever brought it back to earth.
Yes, but not inteligant life, that we know of...