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Who claimed the others didn't? Life is everywhere on Earth that it can possibly exist. There are bacteria deep in caves with no sun, no light, nothing that we would recognize as food, and yet they have lived there undisturbed for thousands of years. There are fish in Antarctic seas that have a type of natural antifreeze for blood; they are very sluggish but they too have been there for thousands of years living their slow lives. There is life in the nearly boiling springs of Yellowstone. I truly believe that life exists anywhere it can get a start. If not water, then some other liquid. If not oxygen, some other gas. Life will start and use whatever is there, and continue. If it dies out somewhere, eventually it was start again. It is the nature of life to live.
I have been thinking and trying to figure out how that is even possible. I don't understand how out of all those galaxies only one has life in it as it does not make logical sense to me. The number of galaxies is too big to lack more life in a different one apart from ours.
Good question. Answered already by almost every culture. We the most Civilised generation just don't believe. We like to explore & learn. We don't like to believe our Forefathers. Yes, I believe that there is life in other galaxies and also in other stars in Milky way.
its not so surprising if you consider the fact that we hacent been able to investigate all these galaxies.. and most of scientists believe the string possibility that there is life beyond earth.. actually according to one scientific equation, there can be as many as 20 planets in our galaxy may have life.. it may not vbe the way we might imagine.. but just because we couldnt "claim" , ther is no lif on these planets
If you consider that only a few hundred years ago - we still thought the world was flat and that the sun revolved around us - we've only got a very miniscule understanding of the Universe. Heck, we haven't even explored our own ocean floors completely.