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dgold44
2004-Nov-17, 09:38 PM
The universe probably has tons of microbal life such as green algae and other micro stuff on the rocky plants if we ever find them

Intelligent life?? I bet is EXTREMELY RARE and about as common as the lions winning in the super bowl lol!!!!!!!!!!!

So dont expect alot of giant mutant aliens running around because you will get good,old fashion GREEN SLIME.

Just my opinion!!!!!!!!

UBorba
2004-Dec-03, 01:04 PM
Green slime, but it depends, if there is time enought
inevitable life will speciate, and animal life will appear.

Maybe our generation will never see another Earth :(

Matthew
2004-Dec-04, 03:16 AM
No, but that does not mean its not there. The universe is huge, and the more planets are out there, the greater the probability. The only problem is that the probability of aliens having evolved to a noticable level when we look to the stars for extra-solar planets.

UBorba
2004-Dec-06, 04:42 PM
Think about the Earth without primates, rich of life,
if in Earth primates did not speciate, we were not here,
I believe any speciation is an acident, from primates to
hominides, another wonderfull acident, australopithecines to homo, etc.
So, expect life, very much life, but...

Big Brother Dunk
2004-Dec-06, 06:42 PM
I remember seeing a documentary about this very topic, many many years ago at a drive-in theatre...;) :lol:




http://www.alphaville.com/IMAGES/PRINTS2/greenslime.jpg



Seriously, I'm in the pessimist camp when it comes to us ever finding highly evolved life somewhere in the universe.