Extraterrestrial life

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  • Extraterrestrial Life Research Paper

    Jordan Johnson Mrs. Laird Composition 1 24 February 2015 Extraterrestrial Life The Extraterrestrial, beings that are said to be from another world. The galaxy that humanity lives in is said to be endless, with the vastness of space so grand that no man shall ever reach its end. What inhabits this vastness of space, humanity. However, there has been a long mention of life beside humanity. Space has a vast history filled with fact and fiction. The thought of beings beside humanity seems like foolishness to some, but to others it is almost a certainty. The with massive void of space humanity lives in is filled thousands of stars, planets, and rocks extraterrestrial life seems more than possible. Now, with modern science advancements it…

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  • Xenophobia And Extraterrestrial Life

    In late August, SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Life Institute) revealed news of a peculiar signal found 94 light years away from Earth. SETI had hoped that this would be a crucial piece of evidence that revealed the presence of extraterrestrial life. However, only a few weeks after the initial announcement, the signal was debunked to be no more than an interference from a military satellite. While many scientists were disappointed by the news, it perhaps was the most favorable outcome of the…

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  • The Probability Of Extraterrestrial Life

    signals out into space with the hope that they will eventually hit their desired target and result in a response, but calculating the probability of success is a highly technical field that has a great deal of research associated with it. So what factors go into this statistical chance? Besides resting on the sheer existence of another life form, the probability of successfully communicating depends on various technological factors: the chance of the signal being sent…

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  • The Importance Of Extraterrestrial Life

    Although many people believe that extraterrestrial life is all fictitious, consumers should keep an open mind because first, with a galaxy and universe as big as ours how could one possibly believe that Earth is the only planet capable of sustaining life. Second, there have already been aspects found on Mars to make one reconsider any opinion there was over the topic. Lastly, it is possible to come across a planet or a moon which has the required ingredients to sustain a form of life. Not human…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Extraterrestrial Life

    As of the 21st century, it is no longer controversial to believe in the existence of extraterrestrial life. While in the 16th century, a belief that life existed beyond Earth and its atmosphere may have led to a public execution (like it did for astronomer, Giordano Bruno), the same belief is held by 54% of Americans today. Given the evidence gathered through advanced space exploration and technology, the scientific community, as well as the general population, is more inclined to believe in…

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  • The Evolution Of Extraterrestrial Life

    How did life begin? What is the universe made of? What are the chances of discovering extraterrestrial life? These questions have been pondered by philosophers, scientists, scholars, and humanitarians alike throughout the existence of the human species. In the past, ideas thoughts and knowledge was stored in scrolls, books, hieroglyphics, stone carvings, and held in massive libraries of the wealthy. Since then we have significantly advanced and developed sophisticated ways of storing and…

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  • Why Do Aliens Exist

    The notion of extraterrestrials has been a big concept around the world. Most people believe that Area 51 is a military base where scientist carry out experiments on aliens, fake the moon landing, and many other conspiracies. After overlooking the wonders and conspiracies of both aliens and Area 51, articles show that there has not been any real evidence to prove that aliens exist. Many people believe that aliens exist or that they have visited earth and are being tested. In 2011, an article on…

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  • Ferrmi Paradox Analysis

    Does that simply mean they’re not out there at all? Fermi’s paradox would argue that’s exactly what it means. The Fermi paradox argues that if the universe is billions of years old, then there should be civilizations far more advanced than ours colonizing the galaxy; since we see no evidence of that, we must be alone (Webb, 2). Drake’s equation, while slightly more optimistic, still reduces the probability of communicating with other intelligent life to near zero: multiply the number of stars by…

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  • Fermi Paradox: Are We Alone In Our Universe?

    was later named the Fermi Paradox, the apparent theory of the existence of other intelligent life civilizations in our universe. Using the conflict of scale and probability, the Fermi Paradox favors intelligent life in the universe, despite the lack of evidence of extraterrestrials. No present observations suggest there are technologically advanced civilizations living in our galaxy or universe. However, under the prevalent assumption of galactic civilization creation and development, the…

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  • Area 51 Conspiracy

    What goes on in Area 51 has long been a mystery. People have always been curious as to what goes on beyond the high levels of security and in the depths of the actual buildings. Although Area 51 keeps everything they do a secret, they do, in fact, have extraterrestrial findings that they keep in possession without the world’s knowledge. There are two locations of Area 51; the first one is located in the Nevada desert within reach of Groom Lake, which is a lake that overtime has dried out. It is…

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