Originally posted by J-Beowulf
Exactly. With a universe so huge, statistics start to mean less and less; the universe is almost unlimitedly huge, and therefore even a very small chance of something happening is actually quite a large chance.
Which would also unfortunatly mean the chances are so extreme there is only ONE world with life
Such maths are of course beyond our capacity so who knows.
Originally posted by Evil Dead
there are over 90 moons in our solar system.........wouldn't the answer to this question be the same as the answer to the same question asked about all the others?
Wow that is one confusing sentance