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Scientists have found a neighboring galaxy that is almost entirely made up of dark matter. With the finding of new galaxies becoming more common is there a chance that one of these galaxies could be viable for life?

Scientists have found a neighboring galaxy that is almost entirely made up of dark matter. With the finding of new galaxies becoming more common is there a chance that one of these galaxies could be viable for life?
  • There Could Be A Planet To Support Life!

    Yes, there could be another planet out there with the ability to support life. More things like this should be explored because this planet is diminishing the more we continue to have global warming effecting our planet. I would love to receive more updates about the exploration of planets that could potentially sustain life. I believe its out there.

  • Absolutely it could

    Even if you allow for the probability that complex life could exist in only about 10% of all galaxies, there are an estimated 10 billion of those. So the chances that there are other life forms out there or that another galaxy could be viable for life is a decent one.

  • Yes, one of these galaxies could be viable for life.

    Looking at just simply our galaxy, as well as carrying out the exactly the Fermi calculations on the minimum approximation for stars in the Milky Way, one hundred billion, we’d calculate that we now have one billion Earth-like worlds as well as one hundred thousand alien cultures in our galaxy.

  • Yes, it is likely that life exists in another galaxy

    As scientists discover new galaxies, it is probably they will also find that human beings and animals on the Earth are not alone in the universe. Although extraterrestrial life forms may be very different from those found on Earth, it would be exciting to know that our world holds new surprises.

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