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assume that it would take large amounts of H20 and all sorts of stuff to make sure a life form could ever exist
I am no scientist
This is my first time posting anything so I am kind of hesitant about doing so. Here we go
A couple of months ago I was reading an article about an arsenic based life form that lived in California's Mono Lake. I know this has been debunked since then, but it got me thinking.
I was thinking though that why is that when people look at planets that they immediately assume that it would take large amounts of H20 and all sorts of stuff to make sure a life form could ever exist. I am no scientist and this is why I am hesitant about posting this. But why can't there be life forms made for their planets. And with the life form I mean anything as simple as germs not walking bipedal big eyed creatures. I mean just anything. Just because we know what it takes for our life forms to exist and flourish on this planet doesn't mean we know what it takes for every planet. Anybody else have any input please feel free to throw it my way! Thanks for your time.
reply to post by VoidWalker
The more the different ways science can bring that realization to the public's consciousness the better. The shorter the path to recognizing that UFOs are real, as are the triangles,