If there is no alien life in flying saucers, then just who has been doing all those anal probes? Huh? That is the probing question that is before us!
Or possibly behind us!
How is 500 planets a statistically significant sample when the universe is so big? Each time I read a comment by Seepy I think of Crider's fictional version and smirk.
I picture the real Seepy as handsomer and able to get more women than you portray him, Bill.
So does he.
It strikes me that the planets that we've found so far are ones that we've been able to locate because they were unusual: too large, outside the "life zone," having strange orbits etc. Therefore to assume that there can be no extraterrestrial life because all the planets that we've found have been unusual is something of a circular argument.
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