>>I personaly do not believe in aliens. Given the fact
>>that the universe has billions of stars and planets,
>>I do however feel that it is a logical possibility.
That's my personal take too. I concur that it doesn't strike me as improbable, given the estimated number of stars and planets out there. Some would argue that it's arrogant to assume Earth is the one and only planet where any kind of organisms developed. However, I find some arrogance too in the notion that some alien wanted to come from millions of light years away to some trailer park and start a relationship with a piece of white trash. And all of the "proof" I've seen seems to have a lot of holes and much better explanations (ego projections, false memory syndrome, pop culture and herd influence, the fallacy of pure anecdotal evidence, etc.).
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