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Mars photo courtesy of: The American Museum of Natural History / NASA

This view of Mars showing the north polar ice cap
suggests that liquid water could be available to
support life.
When you think about intelligent Life, as in even -- other Human Life in the vast Universe beyond the planet
Earth, you must consider how your concepts play in the scientific theater of reality. Of course with the
known Universe constantly expanding it is not hard to perceive other intelligent life forms living, and thinking,
on distant planets. Just like here. Okay then think on this: Let's say there are people like us living on a green
forest filled blue sky planet 41 lights years away. And we build the technology to go there. It would take some
41 light years to get there. How advanced would those people be when you arrived ??? 41 light years ahead
of when you departed. And if when you got there they were then another 41 light years advanced would they
still be there when you arrived ? Maybe they will have advanced that much more in technology themselves
during that time. And when you arrived they were not there because by then they were out -- also exploring
other galaxies in the Universe. Anything is possible. So ... what would be the easiest way for the Universe to
allow you to travel through huge distances in Space in a moment ? That is another story. For another time.
Photo of the Planet Mars courtesy of The American Museum of Natural History.
c AMNH / NASA

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