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May 20, 2016

Well, the high probability (and Drake Equation) will have it possible to have life somewhere in the Universe (and probably in the Milky Way Galaxy), given that there are billions, if not trillions of stars in the galaxy alone with planets similar to Earth, and even more stars in the Universe, however, the lack of evidence suggests that there isn't life in the galaxy or Universe (since if there was, how come there are no Civilizations that have contacted us?) This is the Fermi Paradox (or Fermi's Paradox, either one) which states that the answer of if there is life in the universe comes to zero, since the high probability but lack of evidence negate each other, equaling to an unsure answer.

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