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as some one mentioned yesterday, if evolution was real then why are the other planets in the universe bare? they have been around just as long as earth, so why havent they 'evolved'? are they behind? lol creationism is the only true answer.

slo_han..., Yahoo Answers 21 Comments [1/31/2008 5:13:46 PM]
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There are times when I really want aliens to exist just so guys like this would have to eat crow.

1/31/2008 5:27:03 PM


Uhm...there IS life on some of the other planets. Not complex life, but, if I recall correctly, bacteria has been found on one of Jupiter's moons

1/31/2008 5:38:16 PM

Jack Bauer

[Chandler Bing]Can anyone be this retarded?[/Chandler Bing]

1/31/2008 5:40:26 PM

Caustic Gnostic

The types of life we are familiar with require liquid water. No liquid water, no "creation".

1/31/2008 5:46:42 PM

David D.G.

And if Kennedy was shot by just a lone gunman, why are the Andes so darned tall, eh? Answer me that one![/sarcasm]

These people just cannot seem to break themselves of the notion that everything has to exist for THEM, or at least for the benefit of SOMEBODY. The fact that they are a cosmic fluke is not only unacceptable, it's inconceivable.

~David D.G.

1/31/2008 5:52:16 PM


OMG your absolutely right.

God made this giant universe and only created life on one little planet, at the end of one little arm of one little galaxy, just for us.

I feel so special. :P

1/31/2008 5:59:51 PM



1/31/2008 7:21:40 PM


The other planets didn't evolve because they don't have fundies! Happy now?

1/31/2008 8:05:09 PM



:)))))))) Well said my friend, well said

3/21/2008 9:36:47 AM


Somebody please introduce "slo_han" to the "Goldilocks Zone". A common expression used to describe the zone which is just the right distance from a/the sun so that breathable air can exist, and water can be liquid as opposed to ice or gas (or burned off completely). apart from that, we only know about the planets in our own solar system. There is no certainty whatsoever that there is no life on planets further out in our galaxy, or even in different galaxies. They're just too far away for us to know. Just a thought: If aliens from some other galaxy ever visit us, you'd better hope they're friendly. If their technology is sufficiently advanced for them to even reach us, it is by definition decades ahead of ours, and we wouldn't stand a chance.

3/21/2008 11:52:54 AM


No other planet full of life in our solar system. You know nothing of the Galaxy, let alone the Universe

3/21/2008 1:03:53 PM


If creationism is real, why are the other planets in the Universe bare? Answer me that, slo_han.

3/21/2008 1:07:59 PM


The worst part of it it's the "lol".

Anyway, life as we know it depends in a number of factors (temperature, presence of water, a atmosphere, a magnetic field, etc.) that aren't present in all planets. But i'm sure that life is common on the galaxy, even civilzations... but we have to found them...

But you don't know even what "factor" or "magnetic field" means, right Slo_Han??

PD: Sorry for my poor english.

4/12/2008 6:24:17 AM


I'm so looking forward to the day we prove the existence of extraterrestial life. Even if they are just fossils.

4/12/2008 7:32:30 AM


so why havent they 'evolved'?
Lack of proper oxygen?

4/21/2008 3:27:27 AM

Little Johnny

The best part is the 'lol', as in 'lol creationism'- seems like the proper terminology to me. What lol cats believe in.

4/21/2008 3:38:49 AM


Wow, this guy slo_han is a complete and total retard. Do I even have to say more?

9/11/2008 1:32:15 AM


In fact the universe teems with life. However it's so ashamed of your stupidity that it hides.

9/11/2008 2:09:55 AM

Fossilized bacteria found on Mars, bitch.

4/18/2009 5:57:22 PM



8/4/2009 6:05:34 AM

Quantum Mechanic

The other planets in the universe?
And you know this how?

5/3/2013 11:47:55 AM

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