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What is the place of man in the universe?

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Question asked by: mtalaisa

Asked on: 16 Mar 2010

Man is an intelligent species. Man is the most intelligent species we know in the universe, though we only know about life on earth as we have not identified it too close.

It seems likely there is no similar intelligence within a reasonable number of light years of earth as any slightly superior race within a fair distance would have been able to come and visit us by now and the aliens are nowhere to be seen.

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Replied at: 16 Mar 2010
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