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Scientists are now saying alien life is more probable than ever, here’s why

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In the last year alone, we’ve learned so much about the earth and the planets that encompass our universe and galaxy. Scientists, however, now say that our very galaxy and universe probably exists for various forms of life.

A new pressing argument has emerged and one that could prove to have consequences. Lead scientists of the study revealed that there are elements required for life obviously floating around space.

In that argument, scientists count the fact that they’re confident in their previous discovery that there are probably about 100 times more life encouraging molecules floating around up there.

A bit of internet research found that our solar system contains roughly 400 billion or so stars within its galaxy. 100x more in terms of life baring molecules makes the probability of other life forms (even potentially human like ones) quite high.

On Thursday the stunning study was published officially kickstarting a deeper discussion around the idea of alien life. So far most scientists have come to the conclusion that we are unable to confirm or fully deny if we are alone — leading to the speculation that because of such we probably aren’t.

A more plausible theory holds that life probably started on earth after said Earth was seeded by these molecules that in turn helped encourage life.

The problem with the latest paper is that nobody’s quite sure what form these life forms would take in space.

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By SHK

Sultan H. Khane II is the Editor-in-Chief of Bazaar Daily News and its 5 sister properties.

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