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More Stars up there than Grands of Sand on Earth

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posted on Aug, 3 2004 @ 12:29 AM
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Originally posted by Xeven
I doubt there is much if any other intelligent life out there.
How many other planets spin at the same speed, orbit at the same speed. have same gravity, have water, are in same spot versus the sun, solar orbit speed, galaxy placement and galaxy orbit speed, galaxy movement through universe speed, distance from other sunlike large gravity wells etc..... there are literaly billions of unique things that happend/conspired to create humans...


You are absolutely right but ONLY if you are trying to find other HUMANS (homo sapiens species) in the universe. You are wrong if you're trying to find other intelligent species out in the universe. We have developed/evolved in our own unique way and we should not expect the intelligent life on the other planets to evolve in OUR way.
The way intelligent life eventually developed on earth using the "unique things" you mentioned is not the only way life could be developing.




posted on Aug, 3 2004 @ 01:33 AM
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Originally posted by jp1111

Hundreds of billions of galaxies! Estimated around 125 billion by hubble with 3000 visible and increasing.


100 billion stars in our galaxy, hundreds billions of galaxies out there...its a number very hard to comprehend

[edit on 3-8-2004 by 2009]



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