Here we find an article that, in some ways, is attempting to show that it is very likely that life has existed somewhere in the universe at some point in time. Instead of evaluating how likely it is for life to spontaneously appear, they ask how likely is it that we are the only civilization to have ever existed given the number of habitable planets. The professors of the research stated,
"human civilization is likely to be unique in the cosmos only if the odds of a civilization developing on a habitable planet are less than about one in 10 billion trillion, or one part in 10 to the 22th power." and it goes on to say, "One in 10 billion trillion is incredibly small," says Frank "To me, this implies that other intelligent, technology producing species very likely have evolved before us.
There are a ton of planets out there in what is called the habitable zone and that allows the professors to use smoke and mirrors with their numbers to make is seem that life elsewhere is likely. What they do not do is incorporate the random creation of complex information from chemicals into their equation, which is the hardest part of life! For example, the smallest genome known to man is the Porcine circovirus at 1,768 base pairs long. What are the odds of chemicals randomly coming together to create this virus that isn't even considered truly alive? 10 to the 532nd power. Keep in mind there is only 10 to the 80th power of atoms in the observable universe. So you can see these professors are manipulating the numbers to tell a lie. The lie that life is probable and has existed elsewhere in the universe.
Read the Bible and do some basic math and you know that life was only created on Earth by God and the odds of life randomly coming about is 0.
Tour the links in the "More" section of this site to learn more about why evolution is not true and the observable science points towards a perfect original creation by God.
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