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Is it a worthy quest to find life else where in the universe even if it's a microbe?


Mankind has mostly alsways beleived that we are alone in the Universe and that the Earth is the center of Creation. Would discovery of life forms else where in the Universe change the course of human history, religious faith or will do nothing to the betterment of humanity? What would change for you if anything?

 

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    RavenBiker 5 years ago

    Interesting desire, lone77star, a starship! Perhaps finding other civilizations should strengthen one's faith as opposed to destroying it.

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    RavenBiker 5 years ago

    Silly questions are questions not asked. Further, your senarios raising a bigger question: Is humankind ready to discover life other than the ones here on earth? Are we compassionate enough?


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