The Universe and Everything

Are we the only planet with life in the universe? Explain.

7 Responses

  1. Ty says:

    Maybe… if the Fermie paradox is correct then the answer is no however if that is incorrect then we are very lucky and very alone.

  2. Jo says:

    We are not the only planet with life in our universe and it would be selfish of us to think that. The universe is too big for only ONE planet in ONE solar system to sustain life. We simply just haven’t come accross any other signs of life nearby us.

  3. Violet says:

    I think that we are not the only planet with life in the universe because each planet has it’s own plants, animals, and other life on it we just have not found it yet.

  4. camron says:

    maybe, if we had the right equipment we could find something and after that, I could answer your question

  5. Kylee says:

    No, because there have been many planets that have had water on them and water is one of the main bases of life, and we have discovered planets in other galaxies with atmospheres and conditions similar to earth that would be able to support life we just do not have the resources to further our exploration to prove it exists.

  6. Lizzie says:

    If we are talking about humans than yes as we know of we are the only planet that supports life. But if we are talking about things like a micro-organism, planets such as Mars already supported that when it was wetter and warmer. There is an infinite amount of planets and moons in the universe yet to be discovered.

  7. samantha says:

    so far we are the only planet with life but I do think that our plants could life if they have water and breathe able air.

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