Yes. Are we alone in this universe? Given the vast expansion of space, probably not. But imagine if you will that we are. Despite mass extinctions, hostile envi Yes Are we alone in this universe? Given the vast expansion of space probably not But imagine if you will that are Despite mass extinctions hostile envi
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Yes. Are we alone in this universe? Given the vast expansion of space, probably not. But imagine if you will that we are. Despite mass extinctions, hostile envi

Are we alone in this universe? Given the vast expansion of space, probably not. But imagine if you will that we are. Despite mass extinctions, hostile environments and unfavourable circumstances, here we are today. Some argued that we haven't found any evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence yet because intelligence is rare. Out of all the species here on Earth, mankind's achievement is incomparable to any other species. Beavers may have built wooden dams and ants may have built underground cities, but only mankind is able to escape this planet and are able to reach out to anyone listening a million miles away. There may be thousands of planets out there populated by nothing else but dumb goats who eat grass all day. By chance, life has evolved on this planet. By chance, our planet collided with another planet and that made the moon as our shield. By chance, we have a gas giant that shields us as well. By all accounts, we shouldn't exist. And yet here we are. What are we? A fluke? Something that shouldn't exist? A race chosen by the divine? Or is life just too short to establish itself with one another in this universe and we'll always be too late to just simply say "Hi" to our nearest neighbours?

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