January 15, 2009

Of Earth and Beyond

For my second article/entry for LaMB Blogger's Contest, here's my answer to the question:

"The story of LaMB takes place on the planet Cerra. Do you believe that life forms exist on other planets?"

I would say yes, life forms COULD exist in other planets but we're still not fully aware of them because we haven't even discovered everything there is to know about our OWN planet. If there were bacteria found in the meteorite that came from Mars, that alone is already a sign of life and could even be the start of "life" per se, because if my science knowledge still serves me right, it only takes on cell to be able to grow a life form.

If we could consider life here on Earth, why not somewhere else in this big universe? Is it because we lack proof or belief that other galaxies could also be wondering the same thing? Sometimes I think sometimes maybe it is even possible that we are living in a huge living creature... The bacteria inside of us may not realize that they are living in some other living creature. And with that, maybe we are living in some other living creature also not knowing that fact! Well, it's only my two cents, but hey, doesn't it sound possible? ;-p

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