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It is statistically impossible for us to be alone in the universe. Why then do some people refuse to believe in aliens?

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Asked by Timir Mustaine, 05 Feb '08 01:25 am
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Impossible itself says that .......... i m possible....so nothing is Impossible
Answered by Anand Agarwal, 01 Jun '09 12:26 am

 
  
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I watched an interview with Kevin Spacey after he starred in K-PAX where he said (in the exact words), precisely what I've thought my whole life:
That to believe that we live on the only planet of life in the universe, let alone are the only intelligent species in the universe, is ridiculously arrogant.
Much like I believe religious people believing that their religion is the only possible "true" religion.
Arrogance.
Also, I don't even think humans are the most intelligent life on *this* planet, let alone any other. We are not as intelligent as we think ourselves to be. The mere possession of knowledge does not imply intelligence. We are like the idiot children of the universe. So naive, and yet we think we know everything.
Answered by Shaun DMello, 05 Feb '08 01:47 am

 
  
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My sentiments exactly!
Answered by pink proton, 05 Feb '08 01:27 am

 
  
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