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    Quote Originally Posted by Brownies14 View Post
    sorry to say, but whoever believes in them are weird
    There are trillions & trillions of galaxies in the universe, and you believe theres no life besides us?

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    I believe that there's other life out there. I remember reading an article about space debris that came to earth had fossilized remnants of a single celled organism.

    Napalm, my school has to read a book called Rare Earth Junior year. It's about theories relative to how life can happen on other planets, and just how hard it was to happen on our planet. Maybe you should check it out?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ARav989 View Post
    I believe that there's other life out there. I remember reading an article about space debris that came to earth had fossilized remnants of a single celled organism.
    Ah, that would be the Martian rock they found in Antarctica (if you're wondering how it got there, it was thrown off the surface of Mars in a meteorite impact, and it eventually ended up on Earth). The jury's still out on that one, it's quite possible it was contaminated with Earth bacteria.

    Napalm, my school has to read a book called Rare Earth Junior year. It's about theories relative to how life can happen on other planets, and just how hard it was to happen on our planet. Maybe you should check it out?
    Don't worry, I'm already well aware of the Rare Earth hypothesis, since I have a strong interest in planetary science. Indeed, it's possible that planets like Earth almost never occur, bur it's impossible to tell at the moment since rocky planets beyond our solar system are hard to detect with current technology. Of the dozen or so rocky planets discovered so far, none of them are likely to be very Earth-like.

    And besides, we don't really know how likely it is for life to evolve on a planet, because we only have one case to go by.



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    Wasn't alien life already discovered in our solar system? Was on one of Jupiter/Saturn's moons where bacterial life was found, right Kyle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gikoku Harakami View Post
    Wasn't alien life already discovered in our solar system? Was on one of Jupiter/Saturn's moons where bacterial life was found, right Kyle?
    Nope. It would probably have been the news of the decade if they had. It's speculated that a few of their moons might have micro-organisms- especially Europa, one of Jupiter's moons, because it has an ocean under its ice surface- but we won't know until a probe is landed and samples are taken.



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    Yeah Napalm, that makes sense about the Rare Earth hypothesis you brought up. I figured you'd already have heard of the book considering how much of a science wiz you are. Lmfao, would've been cool to have taught you something though


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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalmbrain View Post
    Nope. It would probably have been the news of the decade if they had. It's speculated that a few of their moons might have micro-organisms- especially Europa, one of Jupiter's moons, because it has an ocean under its ice surface- but we won't know until a probe is landed and samples are taken.
    Ocean under its ice surface? Wow that's crazy.

    I love thinking about all this stuff though, I get this weird feeling when I think about how we got here and whats out there. All that sort of stuff ya know, it sure is fun thinking about it all though and reading stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter View Post
    There are trillions & trillions of galaxies in the universe, and you believe theres no life besides us?
    If you mean human, yes their are. But no "aliens'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gikoku Harakami View Post
    Wasn't alien life already discovered in our solar system? Was on one of Jupiter/Saturn's moons where bacterial life was found, right Kyle?
    I think I remember hearing something long ago about one of Saturns' moons having plant life.

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