earlier this summer, I was outside looking for Ison. There was a really bright "star" that I was having a hard time focusing on. It was blurrier than other stars. tried looking with my glasses but still blurry. I took pics from several angles, using the window sill to stabilize. didn't DL to computer for months. when I did I saw these. at first I thought it was due to my hand shaking but, if that was true, the objects would be identical.
There is no waste in space man. Space is the place. Your rationality is flawed.. statisticly we know 1 out of the many planets out there has life on it.
Thats like saying in 1 mile of land you saw 3 kangaroos therefore planet earth must statistically be covered in kangaroo poo.
Actually your argument is flawed. We can only detect those thousands upon thousands of other worlds via infared, gravity mauitpulations or other faint ways. Therfore we can not see anything on the surface or the make up of the atmosphere and can't know for sure about what life may be there. Seeing 3 of one type of animal in one mile of land then speculating the planet is covered in their poo is in no way a valid comparison to the Drake equation which uses statistics to show the likelyhood of life on other planets. Sorry if the math is over your head or if you fear that we are not alone because this would ruin your image of mankind being the epitome of God's creation but it is far more likely that there is other life (maybe not like us and maybe not even intelligent) out in this vast universe, than it is that we are the only living organism floating around in the cosmos.
I know you like to make silly posts Kookie but try and stay out of the grown ups converation, you can hang out at the kiddie table and tell fart jokes like you did on Thanksgiving.