Are there any other lifes beside under our sun?

earth - life under the sun
@kholid78 (341)
Indonesia
February 8, 2009 9:46am CST
Scientifically there's possibility of existence of life outside this earth, is it right?
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• United Kingdom
8 Feb 09
I'm sure that there is some kind of life out there in the grand old universe! We need to keep on searching as a human race I guess. I'm pretty confident that SETI (Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) will eventually receive some kind of signal from another world; this would be both frightening and exciting at the same time, I really hope that this takes place in my life time, probably not though. If we are here then there has to be something else out there in terms of life. Andrew
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@kholid78 (341)
• Indonesia
9 Feb 09
*_* I hope if there's some same lifes and civilization which no far differ, hence it is not impossible we can do interplanetary journey. Who knows ? When it's happened surely very pleasant. Thank's for your nice response
@gjabaigar (2202)
• Philippines
8 Feb 09
^_^ Howdy!.... buddy kholid78!.... You mean our star the Sun.... lol.... So what do you think the possibility?.... 1,000,000 to 1 or more to infinity to 1?....lol Well we have still living organisms underneath the crust of the Earth feeding on carbon with no sunlight and less or more heat. They said as long there is carbon a simple organism can exist. Carbon is the fourth most abundant element in the universe by mass after hydrogen, helium and oxygen. ^_^ Enjoy!....
@kholid78 (341)
• Indonesia
8 Feb 09
scientifically the stars are the suns. If there is planet fulfilling conditions of life as in earth, hence it is not impossible there even also will emerge life. thank's and enjoy too