Do we have a planet that is 99.9 % the same as the earth out there ?
If it is generally agree that the universe is infinitely expanding, then it would follow that there are a near infinite number of planets out there.
With all those worlds out there I find it hard to believe that there is not one almost exactly like our earth.
I would say that there is a high probability that there are other planets quite similar to Earth out there. There are millions and millions of stars out there, most of them having planets in orbit around them. So, statistically speaking, Earth likely has a twin out there. It won't be an identical twin, but it is surely out there. If only we could find it.
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