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Asked by Tim

Why does life not exist on other planets like our planet earth?

The process of evolution took millions of years between just a couple of microscopic bacteria on earth and humans today. So what’s to say that other planets don’t currently have microscopic bacteria (that we’re obviously unaware of because we’ve never been there) and will go through a similar evolution as we had on earth in the next couple of million years. OR maybe life does exist on other planets we just don’t know because our telescopes aren’t advanced enough to see them. The universe is infinite- they must be out there somewhere. And in the timeline of the universe the chances of them being at a similar stage of evolution as us is unlikely. We’re too far away from each other to ever meet, unfortunately :(

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