Cut the semantics. Obviously there's a lot of planets like Earth. But Earth is unique.
"NachozRule" wrote:your saying "we've seen a lot of planets" and that "none if them fit the formula of the earth" your basically agreeing with the other person that earth is the only planet of its kind.
I never said that. Now excuse me while I try a few things with my signature.
wow what scientist told you that every planet in existence isnt like earth?!?! XDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD
That's where we have to stop you Zach. We actually have scientific formulas listing the requirements for what a planet needs to inhabit complex organisms. We've seen a lot of planets, and none of them fit the formula.
Yes, God is real!!! There is lots of evidence against Earth being billions of years old and there is no way the Big Bang really happened. I just learned about Earth in astronomy and only God could have created such a perfect planet. Perfect tilt, perfect rotational period, perfect atmosphere, perfect magnetospere, perfect land, etc. There is no way Earth just "happened" to become the only planet in the universe with everything needed for life to exist.
Why would Earth be the only planet in the Universe with "everything" needed for life to exist? Nothing stopping there from being plenty of others with the capacity for life, or even actual life out there with how vast the Universe is. The chances of Earth being the only suitable planet for life is extremely slim.