Is there life on other planets?
Of course. Just looking at all the places that life not only exists but thrives, places that humans would be killed, proves that life can exist in even the harshest conditions.
Also it's the height of human arrogance to believe that in the incredible vastness of the universe, among billions of stars and billions of planets, that we just happen to be on the ONLY place that's capable of supporting life.
The thermodynamic theory of molecular assembly and the power laws that constrain and direct evolution all seems to suggests that life is actually hardwired in the physical laws of the universe. If so, why then is life not ubiquitously found in the universe? The fact that complex life is a finely balanced emergent construct and the extremely dangerous nature of the universe may be part of the reason why this is so. The existence of entire ecosystems of complex lifeforms on Earth therefore, should be viewed as an anomaly and space research so far seems to suggest this. Therefore we should all be thankful that we are able to enjoy the miracle that is Life and do our very best to preserve it.
So far, only Earth is known for certain to have life, although it may be present elsewhere in our solar system such as the liquid subsurface oceans believed to exist on moons like Enceladus, Europa, and Titan. It is almost certain some kind of life exists on Earth-like exoplanets - almost 40 billion of which are thought to be in our galaxy alone.
If you are asking why do things live on other planets, the answer is because life developed there under the proper conditions. Of course, then you have to ask what is considered life, what are your ideals as to why life comes into existence, and what proof do you have that it even exists on other planets.
What molecule do scientists look for when they are investigating the possibility of life on other planets?
It is better to say that no known life exists on other planets. Other planets beyond our solar system may have life, but we don't know enough about them yet. Life as we know it depends on liquid water. All the other planets are wither too hot or too cold. Earth is the only planet that is the right temperature.
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…
There are no confirmed life forms on other planets. However, the possibility of life on other planets is very real. The number of stars with terrestrial planets in the Habitable Zone in our galaxy alone is immense. Given that number, up to 50 billion, multiplied by the possibility of millions of millions of galaxies makes it remarkably probable that life exists somewhere else.
life on other planets. their is for sure no life on any of the planets in our solar system but their could always be more on other planets. our solar system consists of one star, our sun planets orbit around it. orbiting every star in our Galaxy, are planets and we do not have the technology to find out if life exists on any of them yet. recently on the news, scientists have found a…
I assume there is life other than ours on other planets, but seeing as we can only go so far with technology, satellites and astronauts, we have not found a 'parallel universe' or 'aliens' yet. Life on other planet would not be so close to Earth, so we will keep looking and hopefully one day find life on other planets. To directly answer your question, there are no other continents or countries on other planets…