Are humans superior to other forms of life?
yes we have highly developed brains as the animals do not
Ooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh yes! It is filled with chemicals, and other toxins that humans and any other life forms could withstand.
Yes, in common with all other life forms sharing our planet.
So far, we have no knowledge of ANY life forms in the universe away from the Earth. However, with unknowable billions of stars in the universe, the likelihood of SOME kinds of life forms "out there" would seem to be pretty good. "Like humans"? Almost certainly not. We humans are the product of our evolution on Earth, and the accidents and happenstances of our development make us unique in the cosmos. Other life forms will… Read More
They need other life forms to pollinate plants, provide us with oxygen and as a source of food. We could not survive alone we need other animals in the eco-system to keep things running.
The fate of most fetus is to be born and become humans, or other life forms that start out as a fetus.
The study of prehistoric life other than prehistoric humans is paleontology. A person who studies paleontology is called a paleontologist.
1. non-corrosive 2. inexpensive 3. not harmful to humans and other forms of life
Then all ultraviolet radiation would reach the surface. This would be very harmful to all forms of life, including humans. Humans and most other life would likely not be able to survive.
God made earth for us and he made the other planets for other life forms. But why are many other living beings very much more intelligent than humans?
Earth's geological forces are quite indifferent to humans or any other life forms.
As far back as cave-dwelling humans, we have always wondered about other life forms on other planets. And if artwork is accurate, humans have been looking to the sky hoping to see other beings. UFO's were not so much discovered as they were just always there.
yes there is other life forms because once they found frozen water on mars and water means life and we cant be the only life forms in the whole universe or Galaxy and there might be other universes to
any one or a combination of radioactive substances that gives off photons that are usually considered harmful to humans and other life forms
Like all known life forms, humans are carbon-based because of the unique chemical property of carbon to form complex molecules in the same temperature range as liquid water.
Not that we know of. I only know what the bible says. Everything els is theories
since after the dinosaurs died out
No. Humans only live on Earth. There is likely no life at all on Mars.
All life forms on earth are related. And, humans are more closely related to fungi than with plants!
the basic life forms such as humans, dogs, birds etc.
I think the simple answer is that we effectively compete with all other species on the planet (expect perhaps some deep ocean life forms).
No, they are not. Except for mitochondria. These organelles actually have their own DNA
true. I think.
So far scientists have discovered no un human life forms. Humans can not receive oxgen on the moon.
Viruses resemble forms of life because they can multiply. Viruses can also decompose or rot biological material like other life forms.
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Not only do trees support humans, they support animals too. In a complicated sense we support the trees as well because they take in our carbon dioxide. Therefore, if there werent any trees giving off oxygen, there would be no humans and if there is no humans no carbon dioxide for the plants.
Earth's scientist have not found life on other planets to date.
Air is a renewable resource because there is a never ending cycle that other life forms take in and other life forms breath out.
The question "is water compulsory for all life forms"is not specific,all life forms known to man today requires some amount of the compound H2O or water for their cell structures. while this is true there may be unknown life forms existing in other celestial bodies.The significance of life on other planets is expressed by the formation of exobiology or the study of life on other bodies outside Earth.
The earliest life forms were mostly different kind of bacteria and plants and other organisms.
Carbon. Humans are carbon based life forms
Some believe the human race began with a one-celled organism that evolved into different forms of life that eventually, over many millions of years, evolved into humans. Others believe that a supreme being, God, created all forms of life, including humans.
Well if its endless its probably gonna have some life,like if were here maybe theyres other life forms looking for us
The spectrum of life is a range, or continuum, of life forms across species. It goes from single-celled organisms to highly complex organisms like humans.
Evolution by natural selection means that the inhabitants of the planet which possess genetic characteristics that are superior (survivors) to less fortunate forms will typically mate and reproduce. Thus, these superior survivors will winnow out the life forms that do not possess superior survival idiosyncrasies that will result in continued procreation. Therefore, all by natural selection, some are and will continue to be the fittest to live; conversely, those who are not among the fittest… Read More
No. There are life forms on Earth that can survive in extreme conditions where humans can't. The environment on Earth when life first emerged would have been toxic to us. If other planets have these conditions then they may support life. The main ingredient scientists believe to be necessary for life is liquid water. Earth is the only planet known to support liquid water on its surface, but we know very little about the planets… Read More
no but i do believe in other life forms in space. You may not, but space goes on forever. There must be some other kinds of life forms in space.
as of right now no one knows if there are other life forms in space until then the answer is NO
it would break the natural web of life and all human and all other life forms would very soon die off
Well, right know humans have been unable to do so with intelligent life forms, or at least show it to the rest of the world. However lots of methods have been tried to be put in use, all of them have failed so far. However different bacteria's found in other planets, can be considered alien life forms, although not possible to communicate with.
In many different nations around the world it is believed humans and all living life have a type of life energy which although never proven many people have in fact demonstrated some forms of specular powers including the Chinese art of TaiChi which is a martial arts that expands the spirit to attack internal organs and other things and i personally saw them explode the other side of a watermelon.
NO. Diamond is pure carbon. As we humans are carbon-based life forms, you would be allergic to yourself.
yes i think so but if alien s exist then they can also be intelligent
There is no such thing as a useless life form. Man has the potential for doing much good in this world. Every part of this world is here for a reason, including any creatures that may appear to us to have no good purpose.
Other life forms
Humans and other life all together.
To answer that, you can look at evolutionary theory. Where there was an abundance of carbon dioxide and sunlight there was a possibility for life forms to utilize it. After plant life came more advanced life forms, also utilizing carbon dioxide. As a product of the exchange, the oxygen saturation in the air increased and made it possible for life forms to utilize oxygen instead of carbon dioxide.
Humans are natuarlly curious. We want to figure things out. Someone looked up in the sky and saw the moon, and strted asking questions. Then, astronauts started training so they could answer them. Also, humans might have been wondering about other life forms. ~superchick606~
Scientists say that life can be expected to have evolved on other planets, wherever the environment is not so hostile that life can not be supported. They say that in this vast universe there must be many such planets that can support life and that some are likely to support intelligent life forms even more advanced than humans. Whether we believe that our God created the life on other planets is a matter of human… Read More
yes it can,it can because there was once water and properties that we humans need today so by scientific research mars can support life There is not one bit of oxygen on Mars, so humans do not have what they need to live most importantly which is oxygen. We know that Mars cannot support Earth-like forms of life because there is very little atmosphere, very little water, and it is too cold. However, we cannot… Read More