vince90 wrote:I would say yes. Since human and animal exist on earth, life must exist on other planets
skorpion wrote:vince90 wrote:I would say yes. Since human and animal exist on earth, life must exist on other planets
This is a non sequitur. The fact that life exists on Earth does not imply that it must exist on other planets. There is no connection.
My thought is "we just don't know." The possibility is always there, but we don't have any proof.
It's also good to point out what "kind" of life we are talking about. Are we referring to very simply organisms? Or by "life" we mean organisms just as complex as human beings?
TalkingPoint wrote:Do you believe that alien life forms exist on other planets?
Consul wrote:probably, but I never see them=))
dududuedu wrote:Nowadays, there are few planets and moons where there would be the basic conditions to life development. Most of the discovered planets are big and very hot and too near to its stars. However, when they improve the way they look for planets they will be able to detect small planets too. Even so I think it would be very hard to find inteligent life.
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