Do you believe there are other animals like hunman on other planets in universe?

@yinmm007 (605)
December 31, 2009 7:45pm CST
We usually watch scifi movies. In these movies human communicate or flight with saucermen.Some ET have same looks with us.But most of us in movies are more intelligent while more ugly than human.They often have high developed technology and advancing troops.No matter how advanced they are they would be beaten by human at lst. Do you believe there are ET really?Is there any life on other planets?Please share your opinion with us.Happy new year.
3 responses
• United States
6 Jan 10
Science fiction movies are typically just that. Fiction. That's not to say that I don't believe in the possibility of life on other planets, in some form. The ascetics of any kind of a humanoid life would range greatly dependent on their environment and relative gravity. Much in the way our astronauts lose considerable muscle mass and strength in a very short time in a weightless environment. I remain skeptical on 'visitors' coming from space. I will say this, if they have a way to overcome space flight(considering the length of time it takes to travel light years) we had all better hope they come in peace.
@gerry101 (229)
• Philippines
1 Jan 10
Yes I believe that there are other humans and animals in other universe besides us. I agree with Pastor here that God loves them too. I believe that all of God's creation we are the most special one because we are created in his image and also Jesus came took human form and live with us 2000 years ago. I know that many don't believe this and I respect their opinion. I am not surprise if some of them visit us from time to time because they have the technology for it. I also believe that those who harm us are not of God.
@PastorP (1170)
• United States
1 Jan 10
Hi yinmm007, First of all, with all respect, I certainly would not call us an animal. I know science and perhaps your school system has taught you that. However, the Holy Bible shows us that we are a very distinct part of God's creation--made last and separate from the animals. When I had biology in high school I learned there was a creature (one-celled I think) or two that scientist did not know whether to classify as plant or animal! So, humans should be in their own biological kingdom. I know we have flesh like animals, but the Word of God indicates we were made a living spirit. Now, for your actual question, omitting though the term animal. I would say there are other creatures similar to us on other terrestial bodies throughout the universe. God loves them too.