Originally posted by nj2day
There are billions of stars... suppose a small fraction of that billions has planets. suppose a fraction of those planets are suitable for what we
know of as life...
There are a lot more than BILLIONS of stars.
There are billions of galaxies! And each galaxy has billions of stars. If i were to make an estimate, I'd say there are about this many planets in
Seems like an awful waste of space.
If GOD is so powerful and omnipotent, how come he created all those planets, and then decided to only create life on ONE?
If there is no GOD, then what are the odds of sentient life only evolving on ONE of those planets?