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Posted by AstroAmerican on December 17, 1998 23:38:59 UTC

If you have ever read a book that mentioned extraterrestrial life,you'd probaly notice that they all say for life to exist on other worlds,there has to be Water,Nitrogen,Oxygen,and warm temparature.Why??Just because that's what life on Earth needs,that doesn't mean that it's a universal need.If life will evolve on a planet,it will evolve to fit into its enviroment.

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