Statistical probability, just based on a Sun similar to ours, would suggest, with possible earth like planets, yes. Well, anyway, at least life. But, with our limited knowledge of other possible life forms, in other types of environments, who knows.
sure there are many creatures every where around , but where exactly , no one can give you exact answer ,, but what you want from them ,it is enough what we have ,,better to leave them in peace ,the world is full now a day of fighting and troubling ,, no need for looking for more hidden troubles ,,,
It seems probable when you consider that there are billions of other planets like ours in the universe. Some may argue, we'll then why haven't any of them contacted us? If you look at the history of human violence (and you don't have to look far), if you were one of those aliens visiting us would you want to have anything to do with those two-legged creatures on earth?
There are so many objects and planets ( even moons can be a possibility) that revolve around the countless amounts of suns in our constantly expanding universe. Now, not all of these are in the life sustainable zone. This is a zone in which objects are a certain distance form their star. For example, Earth had to be in this zone, or we might be like mars and not have life.
There is almost CERTAINLY life according to many astronomers, but probably not life as we know it. Aliens are most definitely not the green antena creatures we make up, but probably just bacteria.
Reasons why they havent contacted us should be relatively obvious. They wouldnt have our language, or created our kind of technology, for their development would be completely different. It would be like us trying to contact someone of another language, if we never learned it, we would not be able to contact them.
Most likely, yes! There are billions of stars and trillions of planets. With all of those planets and moons, why wouldn't there be? It doesn't matter if it is an earth-like planet or not, we evolved differently than any alien life form. It is very self-centered to think that there is not. We aren't the only planet or the only solar system or the only galaxy or... dare I say, the only universe. We have yet to explore.
But is it our place to explore? To crash on other planets and start a civilization because we have exhausted our good mother earth? To just use their resources and not give anything in return?
And don't say they're not intelligent because they haven't contacted us. We haven't contacted them! They won't have the same language or number system or even sounds as ours. (They won't recognize pi as 3.14159.....!)
We may not even recognize them as life forms. They may be microscopic. They may be giants. Our universe may be a speck... they may be a speck and still be on earth! The possibilities are endless. Never say no.
Theres billions of other planets out there, bound there has to be another source of life! There has to be. We can't be the only ones, were not. Earth is probably 1 out of many planets with life, we just didn't see all the other life, yet... We may see them in the future, nobody knows! But yes, there has to be more life out there.
im not a religeous person but im no athiest. I believe that anyone selfish and cocky engough to say that it's impossible for life be on one of the millions and millions of other planets on there with sustainable atmosperes, then those people should be moved to their own island in the middle of the ocean with a telescope.
Oh yes, I'm positive. How likely is it that this planet, this one planet, in the entire vastness of space was the only one to develop life. Think about it, space goes on forever, there is no end to space, it doesn't stop somewhere or circle back around it just goes everywhere. Even if it is in a place very very very very very very very VERY far away I'm sure that intelligent life is somewhere. And maybe they are asking this very question.
Why should this planet we are on, be the only planet that has life on it? --- Are we that self-absorbed?? --- I do believe that another planet has life on it, but "not" as stupid, immature, nasty, disrespectful and narcissistic as us on this planet.
Sure, there are millions of other galaxies, so I think it is uneducated to assume we are the only ones. What is the percentage that out of millions of other galaxies like this one, that we are the only ones who can have life on planets? Every planet changed. Just like this one, there was one no life form on earth, & so there either, is, are, or will be on other plants in other galaxies as well. For example, they found signs of water being on mars, when before then, we would have never assumed that. Its is a highly likely parentage we are far from the only planet with life form. :)