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Life Does Exist On Other Planets.

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Started: 4/30/2017 Category: Science
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Debating Period
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Hakuna Matata, I don't think they have visited earth while Humans were here but i know the probability of their existence is overwhelming. What Says You?


Ok tough guy, let me whip out these facts and cockslap you across the face. Based on HONC if you're a molecule theory, carbon should have 4 bonds. Because silicon is in the same family, it should also make four bonds. Carbon is an important element involved in organic chemistry, and many of our biological processes like niggering. But, let me enlighten you: silicon isn't just floating around in the nigger universe. These retarded ufo theories based on relativity are utterly atrocious and have no scientific backing. Just because your dumbass saw a plane fly into two towers does not immediately mean it's an alien. Think again mexican.
Debate Round No. 1


There are an estimated 200 billion suns with about 100 Billion planets in the MilkyWay alone.
The Milkyway is 1 of 100 billion galaxies in the universe.
Your chances of winning the lottery on a single ticket is one in 175 million.
The probability of a civilization developing on a potentially habitable alien planet would have to be less than one in 10 billion-trillion. This is referring just to intelligent life over the time of the universe.
We are not alone in the cosmos, The chances are extremely high.
The chances of winning any lottery is lower than the probability of extraterrestrial life existing.
There are more planets in the universe than grains of sand on earth.
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Debate Round No. 2
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Posted by DrCereal 1 year ago

You are correct in that Einstein has been proven to be correct when he only used math and probability to determine certain physical phenomena existed, but you are not correct in saying that your resolution is, by extension, also correct.

Until we discovered, for example, gravitational waves, they were only a "hypothesis". (I use this term gingerly.) It was a type of phenomenon we thought should exist but had no actual evidence for (until very recently.) This means scientists never said -- with absolute certainty -- that gravitational waves existed. They simply said they most likely existed given our current understanding of the universe. This same concept applies to aliens. Until we have definitive proof of extraterrestrial life, we know it MOST LIKELY exists, but we can't say for sure. (i.e., your resolution is technically false)

If you were to rephrase the resolution to "Life Most Likely Exists on Other Planets", then you would be correct.
Posted by Herooftheyear 1 year ago
POWERPIKACHU21- Allow me to explain why your wrong,
Albert Einstein was right without any of the standards You put forth about:
Gravity waves
Spacetime & more
He used math and probability.
Probability makes up life entirely down to protons and electrons using Quantum superposition.
Posted by PowerPikachu21 1 year ago
I says it's possible aliens exist. That's all I can truthfully say. You can't prove nor disprove their existence. Unless 1, we come to the aliens, or 2, they come to us, and it's not fake footage, we can definitely say they exist. But we don't have evidence, so we can't say for certain that life exists on other planets. Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence or evidence of existence.
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