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Why is life in the universe so sparse?

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Life in the universe can be considered to be sparse due to lack of enough proof or fossils to prove the existence of life on Earth. Most scientists have data that only proves when life arose and not when it emerged, hence it is considered to be scattered.

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i believe this may have something to do with it

http://www.ask.com/wiki/Flatness_problem
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meant to be

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It's not really

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it isnt, we just have not found other life near us in our galaxy. there is probably life in the Andromeda galaxy

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yo we need to start going thru wormholes and meeting up with alien races
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ok... start working on a vehicle that can withstand the pressures that are produced by the wormhole then we will talk
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Life is a tool used by the universe to turn everything into Iron, which is then the end of the game. The force of life isn't as useful as the other forces, that's why there isn't more of it.

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Most other places don't have conditions that are good for life.

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Because the universe is made up of mostly nothingness, about 99% nothingness. That's why life is so sparse and precious.

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