Re: Study finds no evidence for UFOsMay 15th, 2006
but I think it is a little more positive then that. There is an awful lot of raw material out there that could have formed untold numbers of planets just like the Earth was when the primordial soup gave us the first "life" in the form of little more than self-replicating cells. If we accept that we all evolved from those first beginnings of life, I can see no reason to think that the Galaxies are not teeming with life in every stage of developement. The more civilizations there are, the more likely our chances are of finding evidence of their existance. I'm not saying they will visit us, but Earth has been emitting copious radio waves for a few years now and eventually the wave front will reach someone with the ability to deduct what they are and answer us. Alas, an answer is probably many years away yet, but there is room for hope.