I think there is a very good chance there’s extraterrestrial life out there. There are billions and billions of stars in the galaxy. Half of those stars have planets around them. Still billions. I mean, come on! With that many planets, there’s got to be sentient life on ONE of them! (Aside from us)
The greatest proof that there is intelligent life out there, is that it is smart enough not to come near us. That’s a serious quote there. Got it from Calvin and Hobbes comic strips. But seriously, it makes sense. If I was from another planet, knowing what Earth and it’s population is like, I wouldn’t touch it with a 5 lightyear pole.
Little green men? Hell no. Aliens? Yes.
The chances of there being a planet anything could live on is like, one in a certain huge number. but that means in this galaxy, there could be like, five. And then we have other galaxies, which depending on what happened when they were formed, might have better or worse chances for life. But what I’m saying is, there are probably quite a few, meaning lots of a lot, of planets with life. That could be plants, animals, sentient beings, or assholes. Never know.
And of course, let us not forget the Spaceballs. (love that movie… haven’t seen it? then see it. It’s hilarious.)
It’s not really a matter of whether you believe in them or not. It’s a matter of whether you want to think they’re out there. People who don’t ‘believe’ in them just think the idea is scary and wish aliens never come to earth. They exist, alright. Do you really think that in an infinate universe, we’re the only living beings? An ecosystem must have non-living AND living organisms to classify as an ecosystem. Oh yeah, like earth is the only ecosystem in the universe.
We evolved to breath air and live on land. We started out as fish. Don’t you think other species could have evolved to adapt to their environment?
And finaly, If there’s one pink elephant, there’s got to be more. If there’s one species like humans, there’s got to be more.
Well, let me put to rest that it was an insult to starwars. The maker of the movie sat down with George Lucas and watched the movie. Lucas wasn’t insulted, got all the satire, laughed his way through it… wasn’t mad at any of the jokes…
no, spaceballs wasn’t an insult to starwars anymore then Planet Zebeth is an insult to Metroid.