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Is there life in space?

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SacredBread
Voting Style: Open Point System: 7 Point
Started: 2/17/2016 Category: Philosophy
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Debate Rounds (3)
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SacredBread

Pro

Yes there is bound to be
CherrySponge

Con

Personally, I do not believe there to be life in space. The human race has been round for so many f***ing years that it seems ridiculously unlikely that another life form exists. Why I hear you ask? Because we've explored the whole of space. Except for a tiny fraction, something like 1/20000 of space is currently unexplored. Thus, you are basing your argument on the idea that there is a life form in this 1/20000 of space. You can f*** right off. I have never met an alien. I'm sure you've never met an alien, apart from your mom, but she doesn't count. Checkmate, alienist.
Debate Round No. 1
SacredBread

Pro

well with 600 billion galaxies and counting, at least one galaxy is bound to have life. And thks on that last comment. :)
CherrySponge

Con

fok of u cunt
Debate Round No. 2
SacredBread

Pro

Well seeing that you have no evidence for this ill probably win and i also reported your last comments your welcome :) bTW We have not even explore a quarter of space
CherrySponge

Con

CherrySponge forfeited this round.
Debate Round No. 3
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Posted by MagicAintReal 1 year ago
MagicAintReal
Yeah, I see someone distorting this debate because of a lack of definitions.

You should provide definitions for life and space, so that no one ruins this discussion.
Posted by Heirio 1 year ago
Heirio
Do you mean on other planets or literally in the vacuum of space?
Because life can survive in the vacuum of space (tardigrades), though it's unlikely that it can form in space.
Posted by raskuseal 1 year ago
raskuseal
I agree. With NASA finding new planet's like our own, there is a good chance of life beyond our own. Is it intelligent? we won't know until we discover them. Giving that the universe is infinitely large, that means there is an infinite amount of chances for life to develop.
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Vote Placed by U.n 1 year ago
U.n
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Reasons for voting decision: Forfeiture
Vote Placed by diarrhea_of_a_wimpy_kid 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Conduct: Vote to pro. Not much in the way of arguments either way due to the derailment but "You can f*** right off", "fok of u cunt" and forfeited turn are pretty easy conduct rfds.