Saturday, September 25, 2010

An open-ended question: Is there life on other planets in the universe?

I'm too damn lazy to make a poll. I don't give a damn. Think about this shit though:

Our current search for Earth-like planets should find a suitably Earth-like candidate by May 2011.
We already know of approximately 1200 exoplanets (planets that orbit other stars), and our methods for detecting low mass planets keep improving.

But do we even need Earth-like conditions for life to occur? What about places like Mars, Titan and Europa?
If you do think there is life out there, do you mean sentient life, complex organisms, or just simple microbe analogs?

Let me know what you think.


  1. dude there's too many black faces in your background

  2. Infinite possibilities, everything and nothing.

  3. I agree with the others, we know hardly anything about our universe to even comprehend other life

  4. It is likely that there is other life since the universe is immensely large, however, i doubt htat we well ever contact or observe it.