If there life in outer space?


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2017-10-11 20:26:51
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Probably. GOOGLE Drake's equation and you can calculate the odds. 20 or 25 years ago Astronomers only suspected that other stars had planets orbiting them. Since The Hubble Space Telescope was launched, we have discovered that planets around other stars is not the exception rather the likely result of stellar formation. In other words, thousands of planetary bodies have been observed and recorded, some of them even Earthlike. With this in mind look at Drake's Equation and draw your own conclusion. In the meantime, I do an exaecise in likelihood with my classes. 1. Is there life in the universe-YES (Earth) 2. Is there life elsewhere-probably yes 3. Has that life evolved-yes, all life evolves 4. Has it become multicellular-good chance 5. Has it become complex- again, good chance 6. Has it become intelligent-why not, the universe has been here for up to possibly 20 billion years and intelligence evolved on this planet in less than a billion. 7. Is it human like-probably not but certain aspects like symmetry are still likely. 8. Would it have technology-15-20 billion years is a long time to develop technology considering the sum of human tech. is around 10,000 years old. 9. Can it travel into space-maybe 10. Has it transversed the extremely vast distances across space to visit Earth? This is where I would say I need some evidence because I do know this, until someone proves otherwise, the laws of physics, chemistry, and biology exist everywhere in the universe and even at the speed of light trips would take thousands to billions of years, creatures would need to eat and live and what would inspire someone to come in this direction to begin with. Check out Drake's Equation online. You will like it. Probably. GOOGLE Drake's equation and you can calculate the odds.
There has been no scientific proof presented that there is life in Outer Space.
Scientists think there might be life on Mars, but elsewhere they are unsure. The next planet that could be sustainable for life is one of Jupiter's moons, but I forgot the name of it.


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