Absolutely. The universe is beyond our comprehension and I wouldn't be surprised if there was other lifeforms far away. The Earth and its inhabitants however, are a rare creation and therefore our discovery of other lifeforms is limited.
Also it depends on what you mean by an alien. Complex lifeforms such as ours will be even more rare; to add to that ones similar to our composition (breath oxygen, drink water) is thinning it even more. Our universe is (supposedly) ever expanding though so aliens are out there but our odds of finding them, let alone complex ones, is quite slim. We'd literally have to make the entire goal of Earth to be find alien species if we want to uncover them. I also believe contact with aliens is dangerous. We have no idea what we'll get ourselves into. Diseases, the animals, and, in the extreme cases, intelligent life will be totally unpredictable.
I think I spanned this out too much but you get the answer I have.
I think there are definitely aliens out there. Are they here, have they made contact with us? I think that's debatable, with evidence toward 'yes', but to think that we are singularly alone in a possibly infinite universe that clearly has a potential for life, as proof by our own existence, I think has some strange psychological consequences. Like.. is a measurable expanse of everything around us an illusion and we are simply trapped in this small space to forever be alone, to flourish and die without significance? I'd rather believe in aliens! :)
I don't think we are alone in this gigantic universe, surely there are other beings living there on other planets, otherwise it wouldn't make the least sense that a lot of empty planets scattered through space and only one is inhabited.
Sure! We are aliens
Yes, and I'm personally not that exited to know them. What if the first aliens that we encounter try to conquer us like the freaking Skrulls from Marvel.
Not really believe in them, they are reimagined fairies and gnomes.
I think they can exist seeing as how big our universe is
Yup. There are so many planets with similiar conditions to earth beyond our reach it's really likely that on one of them life might exist...
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Yes, I'm pretty sure there is life somewhere out there. The universe is just too big. Their's probably a lot of planet out there, with the same situations as ours. The big question is, will they be like us? Not likely, but hey, you never know.
yeah I believe in aliens, universe is to big for them not to exist.
We need to storm Area 51 to find out
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Yes, as many others have said, the universe is far too big with far too many planets for only one of them to be inhabiting life. And don't just forget that oxygen isn't the only element that supports life. Methane and others could do that too. Of course though, if we did find them, they'd probably be just like wild animals and wouldn't be on the same level of intelligence as us.
I heard something about either Mars or Venus containing bacterial life forms, so there might be some life in another galaxy somewhere. of course, it might need to be on an earthlike planet.
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Honestly? The likelyhood of there NOT being life out there is infinitesimally small, even just in our own galaxy. The Milky Way alone has anywhere between 100 billion and 400 billion stars, and at minimum 100 billion planets. The probability of our one planet being the ONLY one out of that many is so absurd it's laughable. Intelligent life I think is out there, but we're likely, if not part of the first "batch", then not far off. The universe is 13 billion years old, and Earth is a 6 billion year old planet in a third generation solar system, that is, our sun has already died and gone supernova twice. I'm not sure that enough time has passed for intelligent life to become common place. Granted, you can probably shave off 60 million years, since who knows what the dinosaurs could have become if they weren't smote, but that's nto a whole lot on cosmic timescales.
Sure, because univers are limitless
The Aliens would think the same..
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Personally I believe that The universe is far too large for there not to be something out there. Now they may not fit into our definition of life, but there has to be something. The alternative to that is there is no other life somehow in the infinite expanse, and we are the one rock hurtling through space that life somehow clung to with its prime conditions. I find that theory personally just sad. I'm pretty sure Arthur Clarke said it best "Two possibilities exist: Either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.”
If aliens or something exist somewhere, I don't even care.