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Re: Life On Other Planets

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Posted by Human I. Scientist on December 18, 1998 00:42:10 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.

Earth evolve, evolution, etc. is part of bigger space-evolve. This mean, that in space can be many near similar planets, which have near similar possibilityes to allow life. Of cource these planets can be smaller or bigger, and therefore life can be smaller or bigger, than earth. Enviroments, like space, light, comets, start, are same, these other planets. This make living exist is near same. Of cource, shape.....form....is different, maybe. Why maybe. Because, we dont know, how code of form born at nature. Genes dont give this asswer. How nature borned genes? How nature borned form of trees? Is there common level of different planets, at space? Nature has common connections, space, light, basic matter's. Love. Human.

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