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RE: Myriad Intellects Universally

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Posted by Steve Henderson on August 3, 2000 01:44:01 UTC

"as we know there are myriads of inhabited, planets, in our Galaxy alone"

How do we "know" this? I must be missing some important data concerning life on other planets. As far as I know we have no evidence that this is true.

If you make certain assumptions then you might believe that statistically there should be other folks out there, but this is not the same as "knowing" this is true.

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