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Is it really that odd to think we are not the most advanced species out there?


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    SantaCruz 4 years ago

    Awesome observation, Glenn! Instead of linear progress, we might have done this all a few times before...

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  • Woodchip 4 years ago

    Well, you still have my vote. :)

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    Slimabid 4 years ago

    There hasn't sufficient proof, agreed, but if you just think about it. Millions of galaxies, and clusters. Ignoring the claims of uneducated guesses and use science as medium. Why would that combination of "life" only be possible on our planet


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