Have you ever thought about the outer world of this Universe other than Earth?
October 22, 2010 4:52pm CST
I personally think that we are not alone in this Universe. Although we have achieved many goals till now in the sci-age but still we have only discovered an inch of this universe. The most powerful waves that we know right now are Radio Waves and they can't even go beyond our vision, we don't even know the correct number of planets and stars in our own galaxy; Milky Way. There is still so much left to discover. Has anyone of you ever thought of not being alone in this Universe and can any other form of life exist on any other planet? Beings that do not need water to survive or air to breathe?
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23 Oct 10
Yes, it is most possible that that there are other living beings in this universe and in other parallel universes. There are billions of stars and galaxies, so it would be logically myopic and eccentric to think that we are the only ones existing. There also have been numerous accounts of paranormal phenomena and sightings that have been increasing these days which are hard to ignore and disbelieve. There could be organisms even in something as close as Mars or even the Moon. I want to also believe in aliens because it makes thinking more interesting.
26 Oct 10
I am not religious person in particular. Yet i see they have a point when they believe/d we are the center of universe. To me that means (not the physical locality) but as an existence. Scientifically speaking no one has ever proven of other life so far, so as long as it has not been proven wrong we all can assume we are the center of universe, we are the only species, we are alone. The universe is much greater than we could possibility analyzing it with the existing technology, not to mention the life time of human being which is only a snapshot of earth not alone the universe age.
• United States
22 Oct 10
It would be easy just to think of the Earth. Thinking about the universe would mean the possibility of other life in existence. if we think about how vast this world is we have to think beyond our own planet and space and time.