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    It really doesn't matter if we identify some microscopic organism on our planet as "alien life" or not. It's essentially a mathematical certainty that life exists elsewhere. Anyone who can't get their little pea brain around that concept is a fucking knucklehead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil View Post
    It really doesn't matter if we identify some microscopic organism on our planet as "alien life" or not. It's essentially a mathematical certainty that life exists elsewhere. Anyone who can't get their little pea brain around that concept is a fucking knucklehead.
    There's a big difference, though, between believing that there must be other life somewhere and believing that there is alien life here on Earth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OwlMatt View Post
    There's a big difference, though, between believing that there must be other life somewhere and believing that there is alien life here on Earth.
    Okay.
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    There is a problem with even believing that life on Earth is native or unique to Earth, considering the Earth formed from Solar leftovers that accreted from that stellar matter, which is itself leftovers of a stellar nursery of gas and dust of the Milky Way. It's possible that the life we know as "terrestrial" indeed began forming on Earth, but when you consider the source of materials...it's not so black and white.

    The very words "alien life" are misleading and imply the Earth is some sort of closed system. It certainly is not, and those terms really come from a pre-space exploration (1950s etc) mentality when the Earth was one thing and the rest of space was something else.

    It's really all the same ****, to put it bluntly.
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    Amino acids have been found in meteor fragments
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    Amino acids have been found in meteor fragments
    They've also found complex sugars forming in space.

    Sugar formation, as with much of the complex molecular chemistry in space, occurs in the solid phase on or in a variety of ices that coat interstellar grains. Most land-based chemistry occurs in the liquid phase, primarily with water, thus the widely accepted theory that life on Earth began in a "primordial soup." While these two chemistry scenarios are very different, the end results can be very similar. The possibility of early impacts from comets bringing both the water supply and the sugars and other compounds that are life's building blocks to the Earth's surface has been a scientific theory for years. Once those sugars were free from their interstellar freezer and were steeped in the Earth's warm waters, they could have easily combined with other carbon compounds and eventually formed RNA and DNA.
    http://www.nasa.gov/vision/universe/...lar_sugar.html

    http://www.nrao.edu/pr/2000/sugar/
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    There's a big difference, though, between believing that there must be other life somewhere and believing that there is alien life here on Earth.
    Not that big of a difference. Given the way we consume information now its pretty damn easy to make the leap. All you have to do is want to believe and consume logical falacy ridden info that reenforces what you want to believe.
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    that tiny alien life forms are constantly arriving from space
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil View Post
    It really doesn't matter if we identify some microscopic organism on our planet as "alien life" or not. It's essentially a mathematical certainty that life exists elsewhere. Anyone who can't get their little pea brain around that concept is a fucking knucklehead.

    Disclaimer: this is not rep bitching. This is an attempt to have a good old fashioned argument.

    Erezb - you downvoted this post. What part of this statement do you disagree with?
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