Topic: Question of the Day II: #511: What 2014 release are you looking most forward too?

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I think my crappy computer would burst into flames if I tried to run Minecraft.

That and I don't have an Xbox either. Not interested in playing it anyway.

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Not really interested in it. I might've had fun playing with friends but the only guy I know who played Minecraft stopped playing years ago. I'm sure it's good but I don't care for it anyway.

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I have, but I found it to be too much work for too little reward in terms of creating anything, so I gave up.

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Nope. I don't play PC games and I rarely play my brother's Xbox 360. Plus it really doesn't catch my fancy.

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Question#451: Do you believe there is other intelligent beings out there other than on Earth?

They might be but I dont think there are. I think that what it takes to sustain life the Earth lucked out and has the right mixture. Kinda like baking a cake if you get my comparison. You need to right amount of flour, sugar, eggs etc. and to bake it at the right temperature to get a cake. I think the same goes for life.

Wow what a comparison huh? Lol,

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Could be more people that are more different and more intelligent, so probable so.

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I don't know, I guess you would have to see to believe...the real deal and not photo shop.

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It's possible. It would be neat to be in communication with beings as smart as we are unless we would have to set up a Galactic Federation and a female bounty hunter to take them on.



Out of the hundreds of billions of galaxies, there is definitely at least one more supporting life. We just have access to such a tiny, tiny portion of the universe that this is even a question.

Is it likely that we are the only planet in 500 billion galaxies to do anything? Likely not. We've already identified many planets in the Golden range from their star, just like us, we just have no way of getting there.

And in comparison, there might not be intelligent life on this planet. lol

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Umm... I'm finding it quite hard to find intelligent life on this planet, let alone other planets.

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I do believe there is other beings out there, just not intelligent. Just like us~

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I'd say it's quite likely that there is, or will be, as the universe is ever growing. Hopefully humanity will be around long enough to interact with other sentient life, though they may be better off without our influence.

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Of course there is. The universe is so huge, none of us can comprehend it. I'm positive that there is SOME sort of intelligent life out there in the many, many, many, many, many, many depths of space.

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Well, I'm a huge Star Trek fan so... yeah. I really hope there is.

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There probably is at least another extraterrestrial life out there that's intelligent, even though it seems exceptionally unlikely for the perfect environment to be created.

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There probably is at least another extraterrestrial life out there that's intelligent, even though it seems exceptionally unlikely for the perfect environment to be created.

I'd actually say it's pretty likely, considering how big the universe is.

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With the mind-boggling size of our galaxy, let alone the universe, it is absolutely certain that there is other intelligent life somewhere out there. We have already identified multiple planets which may be capable of having life on in our own galaxy.

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There probably is, but they are just FAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRR away. They may have a similar rank of technology their space technology doesn't have a super strong radar to find other beings, or they may be intelligent and they just don't use technology. Our planet can't be the only life, there has to be more. The intelligent life may be very different though. They have different feelings, thoughts, and opinions as directed to everything. Their anatomy will be different, heck, they may not be humanoid. I for one is close to believing it. I just need proof which will be a life long impossibility...



With a universe as large as ours, you'd have to be a fool not to believe in other intelligent life. I don't believe they'd be intelligent enough to visit us, like sci-fi likes to imagine, but I believe it's out there, or has existed in the past. You have to consider that the timeline of their civilization would be very difficult to line up with ours. So I'm sure it exists, but the chance of ever meeting it are far too low.

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