How astronomers can learn more about Proxima b and all Earth-like worlds
Ethan Siegel

With billions of stars each likely having dozens of planets there must be millions of life forms equal or higher than us. But with the vastness of space and time, the likelihood of at least two high life forms being in existence and within communicating distance of each other at the same time I would think is quite remote.

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