It is absolutely possible. It is very selfish, egotistical and conceited, not to mention narrow-minded to think that our one little planet among billions of others is the one special planet that has life on it. We havent even made it out of our own galaxy. We dont know who or what is out there in this vast, mysterious universe.
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yes there are aliens in the sense that there life because there is so much out there we haven't seen. There are as many galaxies as there are grains on sand on earth or probably even more each containing like a million or billion or trillion or even more solar systems in them. So, according to me there is definitely life out there. Humans take things the the best they suit. For instance say there is a table in a room and a lady in the same room. the lady goes out for a minute and come back. By that time the the table could have gone out the window somewhere and might have come back just before the lady enters without anyone noticing it. But it is easier to think the table was stationary which best suits the situation. So that is the reason many people think there is no life out there
Yes, but not the kind we portray in movies, they probably will not be as intelligent/more intelligent than us. They probably will not, be waiting in a space ship ready for invasion. We have jellyfish, the cannot look weirder than that.
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Well this question has been seriously asked by serious scientists. At present there is no observed evidence of life on other planets, which really means nothing since we only observed the handful of planets around Sol (our sun) out of the hundreds of billions in our Galaxy. So if you have only looked at less then .000000001% of the planets you can't really rule out the possibility.
So we are left with calculating the PROBABILITY of ever having contact with life on other planets. The only practical hope for contact is thru radio waves (or other similar waves). For that probability the best answer so far is the Drake Equation (won't let me put a full description of the Drake equation here -- says too many characters, but you can see it here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drake_equation ).
Depending on how generous you are with the estimates you plug into the Drake Equation it predicts between one and 185 Million planets with life on them within range to send radio waves we might one day pick up. So yeah-- there is a good chance aliens are out there somewhere, but no evidence yet.
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The Darwin Equation was built just to find the answer to this, which in the end, he found that there is only a five percent chance in -our- galaxy alone. Could that mean that there are humans on other planets and/ or we are constantly being monitored by the larger species? Probably not. There must be some form of life in the Universe though - bacteria, viruses, animal, plant, or even of another form of chemistry such as a metallic substance. There are uncountable numbers of stars with a number having a planet or more each. The spacecraft Kepler discovers about a dozen new planets each day. Some scientists even believe that an astroid hit Mars and then bounced off with structures of amino acids (building blocks of life), and it came to Earth. It crashed in Antarctica. Was our creation accidental and created naturally by the Universe or could God have combined himself with science so that his reason would be the most perfect of all answers? -S. R. Wahs. 04. 04. 2013.
the universe is infinite which means an incredible amount of stars and with each star , the chance of orbiting planets. with each orbiting planet theirs a chance that planet is in the zone where life can exist called the Goldilock zone because its not to hot and not to cold. Are you asking if there is intellectual life out there or just life. maybe in our very solar system maybe mars had microscopic life,(that's up for debate though). but most likely we are not alone.