Where is everybody? Are we really alone out here, or are aliens avoiding us?
Pluto is thought to possess a subsurface ocean, which is not so much a sign of water as it is a tremendous clue that other dwarf planets in deep space also may contain similarly exotic oceans, naturally leading to the question of life, said one co-investigator with NASA’s New Horizon mission to Pluto and the Kuiper Belt.
The comfortably warm atmosphere of a brown dwarf is an underappreciated potential home for alien life, scientists say.
Speculating about what aliens look like has kept children, film producers and scientists amused for decades. If they exist, will extra terrestrials turn out to look similar to us, or might they take a form beyond our wildest imaginings? The answer to this question really depends on how we think evolution works at the deepest level.
It is becoming very clear that us humans may not be not the universe’s first advanced civilization.
Strange spots on the dwarf planet Ceres might be a sign of life..
The intelligence gap between the human race and an anthill is closer than between the human race and some intelligent species that comes from millions of light years away to visit us. So it’s a big topic to comprehend and a very important one.
Will Red dwarf stars hold planets with life on them?