Aaron is correct. The "universe" is defined usually as this concentration of mass which emanated from one singularity called "The Big Bang". Due to the fact that space is INFINITE, one must concede that other "big bangs"unfold & collapse in undetectable parts of infinite space at different 'times' throughout eternity, and which are usually unaffected … Read more
Uncountable possible locations.
My sentiments exactly
Your high, or you're high?
"The huge dark spot (Solis Lacus) or the Great Eye of Mars, seems to have assumed a shape not observed for fifty years, if ever before. Mr. Slipher indicated that this was strong evidence that plant life existed on the planet, and suggested that the change was due to fresh vegetation over an area roughly … Read more
I'd be surprised if life forms weren't found on Mars that had been deposited as ejecta from EARTH. We have pieces of Mars which have landed on Earth and pieces of the Moon, etc. Which have arrived as debris from volcanic eruptions/asteroid collisions, etc. I even own one piece of the moon... A Moon Tectite... … Read more
Your final phrase is very correct.
The "other planets"? You haven't heard that there are possibly uncountable googleplexes of other planets throughout the eternity of space (multiverses) that have EXACTLY the same conditions as exist on our Earth. Mathematical projections dictate that any other scenario is untenable.
I'd like to hear which passage(s) in the Bible say that Earth is the ONLY haven for 'life' in the universe(s).
That would assume that all possible life forms would be dependent on oxygen. We know that even on Earth, there are life forms that do not rely on oxygen.
If probes have been sent to four out of four gadzillion planets, is that statistically viable? No. Don't forget... NONE of those planets that we've sent probes to are even within a "goldilocks zone'. I agree with most of today's scientists... "There is little probability that there would NOT be life elsewhere in the multiverse(s)".