|One of my favorite movies is Contact.
I don't think aliens have been here to visit. But like they say in the movie, it would be a terrible waste of space if there wasn't more life out there.
When you consider the almost incomprehensible size of the universe, it would be pretty pretentious to think we are the only life from out there.
Would alien sheepies be green?
And while we are one the subject, does anyone know where or why the term "little green men" originated.
|The universe is a pretty big place. No matter which theory you believe in, it's hard to imagine that we are the only life form in it. Personally I can't believe that God created the vast expanse of the universe just for our little planet.|
|I think there are life forms, most likely plants or simple cell animals. Not life like we know it on Earth.|
|I agree with Sue...we cannot possibly be the only one out there....|
|I'd really hate to think that we're the "most intelligent" life form in the universe...|
|I agree...I think it would be pretty arogant of us to think that in this entire vast universe, we are the only life forms.|
|JMO- but for all the billions of billions of possibly life sustaining planets
out there beyond our system, we would be terribly naive to think we
were the only one with intelligent life. I guess many people think from
a very limited perspective of what is out there though.
So, of course there must be life of some sort, but those others may be
way beyond what any of us could imagine, and many varied at that.
Did anyone else watch 'Alien life' on Discovery? Opens up whole new
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