Originally Posted by Cavalry Doc
History is full of examples. Chance encounters are less likely than those with a motive, opportunity and ability.
The problem is that humans have motive to believe the way they do, and have a hard time evaluating the question without prejudice.
What I was saying is that mathematically there are likely to be many many earths out there.
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