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  • Duh we cannot be the only things

    We cannot be the only things in this universe it is very big and there can even be more than one universe. Also it has been proven how big the universe is and also how many earth like planets there are. So we cannot be the only things in this universe so yes.

  • Yes maybe a spiritual one

    I know some people believe that heaven is not of the earth and is like a whole other realm and maybe that makes sense since humankind have witnessed so many different spiritual experiences whether them being good or evil but we see far less people who claim to have witnessed actual physical aliens and I think it is because there has not been any real alien sightings.

  • There can be many types of life out there

    We do not have any proof that life does not exist on other planets. From plant life to other humans or life form, it is a possibility. Because we are not able to go to some planets for extended periods of time...we wouldn't really be able to say no. Therefore, I believe anything is possible.

  • Not in a biological sense.

    Earth, in everything, from its placement to its formation and its history, is unique in the Universe. It's been proved that even individual elements of protoplasma requires very specific conditions to emerge, and even then with a low likelihood; let alone the possibility of all those elements coexisting in any given time and place, and finally interacting with each other.

    As it's more reasonable to think we had a Creatour, we can also assume He would somehow communicate with us, through some form of religious revelation; however, all relevant religions claim Earth is exceptional, and there's not material extraterrestrial life.

    The belief in life outside Earth is a religious belief, like the existence of God, with the different the latter has more compelling evidence. The former is pushed only by scientificism -- the tendency to extrapolate scientific theories to a pseudoscientific unexperimental realm.

  • Not in a biological sense.

    Earth, in everything, from its placement to its formation and its history, is unique in the Universe. It's been proved that even individual elements of protoplasma requires very specific conditions to emerge, and even then with a low likelihood; let alone the possibility of all those elements coexisting in any given time and place, and finally interacting with each other.

    As it's more reasonable to think we had a Creatour, we can also assume He would somehow communicate with us, through some form of religious revelation; however, all relevant religions claim Earth is exceptional, and there's not material extraterrestrial life.

    The belief in life outside Earth is a religious belief, like the existence of God, with the different the latter has more compelling evidence. The former is pushed only by scientificism -- the tendency to extrapolate scientific theories to a pseudoscientific unexperimental realm.

  • Not in a biological sense.

    Earth, in everything, from its placement to its formation and its history, is unique in the Universe. It's been proved that even individual elements of protoplasma requires very specific conditions to emerge, and even then with a low likelihood; let alone the possibility of all those elements coexisting in any given time and place, and finally interacting with each other.

    As it's more reasonable to think we had a Creatour, we can also assume He would somehow communicate with us, through some form of religious revelation; however, all relevant religions claim Earth is exceptional, and there's not material extraterrestrial life.

    The belief in life outside Earth is a religious belief, like the existence of God, with the different the latter has more compelling evidence. The former is pushed only by scientificism -- the tendency to extrapolate scientific theories to a pseudoscientific unexperimental realm.

  • Not in a biological sense.

    Earth, in everything, from its placement to its formation and its history, is unique in the Universe. It's been proved that even individual elements of protoplasma requires very specific conditions to emerge, and even then with a low likelihood; let alone the possibility of all those elements coexisting in any given time and place, and finally interacting with each other.

    As it's more reasonable to think we had a Creatour, we can also assume He would somehow communicate with us, through some form of religious revelation; however, all relevant religions claim Earth is exceptional, and there's not material extraterrestrial life.

    The belief in life outside Earth is a religious belief, like the existence of God, with the different the latter has more compelling evidence. The former is pushed only by scientificism -- the tendency to extrapolate scientific theories to a pseudoscientific unexperimental realm.

  • Not in a biological sense.

    Earth, in everything, from its placement to its formation and its history, is unique in the Universe. It's been proved that even individual elements of protoplasma requires very specific conditions to emerge, and even then with a low likelihood; let alone the possibility of all those elements coexisting in any given time and place, and finally interacting with each other.

    As it's more reasonable to think we had a Creatour, we can also assume He would somehow communicate with us, through some form of religious revelation; however, all relevant religions claim Earth is exceptional, and there's not material extraterrestrial life.

    The belief in life outside Earth is a religious belief, like the existence of God, with the different the latter has more compelling evidence. The former is pushed only by scientificism -- the tendency to extrapolate scientific theories to a pseudoscientific unexperimental realm.


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