+475 You believe in aliens. I don't mean little green men. Out of all the billions of stars there are billions of planets. At least ONE of them would have to have some life form. amirite?

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Didn't they find fossilized bacteria on Mars? Please correct me if I'm wrong.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

I don't believe there are another humanlike species, but maybe like goats or something.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

They say that there is no chance because the universe doesn't have the things we need to live. Well yes it doesn't have what WE need to live, notice the WE. If you don't get it then other living beings might suffocate by our air on Earth.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

How about little English men with bowties and flying blue police boxes?

by Anonymous 12 years ago

D: This need more votes.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

I think that the rocks on the moon are aliens... Ones that can't move by their selves.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

if you are curious look up europa and titan. one is a moon of jupiter and the other is a moon of saturn. NASA and the ESA are launching an expidition in 2020 to search Europa for life due to its ocean underneath the surface that scientists think could hold some sort of bacteria

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Yes but those planets are far too cold for any intelligent life to develop and form. I'm pretty sure bacteria would be a great finding but in all honesty the chances of other intelligent life seems unlikely.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Why? Maybe other forms of intelligent life are only able to live in subzero conditions.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Well define intelligent life as well. Although I don't think they would be able to get the proper nutrients from a planet much warmer/cooler than earth. There are many of the Goldilocks planets...perhaps they contain some intelligent life.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

You need to keep in mind that these aliens might not survive on and with the same things we need.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Exactly, I'm saying that they probably WON'T be able to live in our environment. It would be much different.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Well to be basic ALL life needs to be the correct distance away from their respective suns, then they nutrients such as water, essential vitamins and protein to develop and grow and obviously a proper mixture of air that contains oxygen. This is basic biology...and no planet seems to have these conditions. A good hint of intelligent life on a planet would be veggetation, water and the goldilocks condition. All scientists have agreed to the things i've listed. You guys are thinking in more of a science fiction manner.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

wait, what's goldilocks?

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Have you ever heard the goldilocks tale? It's really well-known. http://www.dltk-teach.com/rhymes/goldilocks_story.htm It's basically a planet that is in the perfect habitable region and is able to support life.

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Yeah, ive read the brothers Grimm version though. Is the original any different?

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Well she doesn't really get eaten by the bears but it should be similar. lmao

by Anonymous 12 years ago

Haha okay

by Anonymous 12 years ago