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#4: Post edited by deleted user · 2021-12-07T18:27:52Z (10 months ago)
• Are there areas in the observable universe _which surely cannot contain galaxies which by themselves can surely contain_ life as we know them?
• Are there areas in the observable universe which surely cannot contain galaxies with planets that can support life as we know them?
#3: Post edited by deleted user · 2021-12-07T18:27:02Z (10 months ago)
• Are there areas in the observable universe _which surely cannot contain galaxies which surely can contain_ life as we know them?
• Are there areas in the observable universe _which surely cannot contain galaxies which by themselves can surely contain_ life as we know them?
#2: Post edited by deleted user · 2021-12-07T09:14:49Z (10 months ago)
• Are there areas in the observable universe _which surely cannot contain galaxies which surely can contain_ planets such as earth ("super-earths")?
• Are there areas in the observable universe _which surely cannot contain galaxies which surely can contain_ life as we know them?
#1: Initial revision by deleted user · 2021-12-07T03:01:04Z (10 months ago)
Are there areas in the observable universe which surely cannot support life as we know them?
Are there areas in the observable universe _which surely cannot contain galaxies which surely can contain_ planets such as earth ("super-earths")?