The debate "Life on other planets does exist but not in the way they're portrayed in movies" was started by
May 31, 2016, 11:21 am.
32 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 3 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
sabrina, Nemiroff, SwaggerPoptart, Caitz2427, josh_rocks, Chanakya, Bodaciouslady16, Addison28, The_Debater, Marvelgirl2002, JLabang123, mherzer, JGM, rawblood, moneybagboyz and 17 visitors agree.
JakobBoghora and 2 visitors disagree.
-It is most certainly possible for life to exist on other planets, but there is no clear evidence that life existed or exists on other planets.
-Water found on other planets or the amount of planets we have is not a logical argument to prove there is life.
-Life can exist on other planets like they do in the movies. I find no reason why they can't. Assumption is not correct. Facts and evidence are correct.
-Can you show me any facts that life cannot exist like they do in the movies?
What movie are you talking about? And what planet? That's too vague a statement.
We can't say for sure. There's no definite answer right now.
But, think about the size and age of the Universe. We are just a tiny speck in the entire life of the Universe but look at what we've accomplished with our time. Not to mention that the growth of technology reassembles closely that of exponential growth, meaning that the more technologically advanced we become the faster we can advance.
Mathematically it's impossible for there not to be life elsewhere (and that's only for the OBSERVABLE Universe), so you can't say that there's DEFINITELY not intelligent and intersteller life iut there.
In fact the timeline of the Universe is more than enough time for millions (billions and more) alien societies to form, grow, and die out, just like us.