Are we Alone in the Universe?
This has been a reoccurring question ever since I was around 5 years old.
Although there is no evidence to suggest that there is extraterrestrial life, I still
wholeheartedly believe that we are not actually the only life forms in the universe. How
could we be when the universe is already so big and continues to expand? Due to the
largeness of the entire world and since we haven't explored everything out there, I don't
think people should be quick to judge on the fact that we are alone. Even with a planet so
close, we just recently discovered water on Mars, which was the resource on Earth that
eventually led to the formation of human beings. Even if there are no species residing
anywhere else in the Universe, there is still potential for bacteria (still a form of life) to be