Other times we run into different forms of life, that do not take the human form, and that do not live in the same environment humans live in.
For example, aquatic life forms exist and evolve in our oceans and seas.
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What we know life ranges from large complex life forms such as elephants, to small single celled organisms that can only be seen with a microscope, life that is present and exists on earth, but the question that we must ask ourselves: does life exists somewhere else in the universe?
In my opinion, other life forms do exist, but our goal is to learn how to look for them.
Image source: Library of Congress (via Wikimedia Commons)An essay by Winston Churchill, written in 1939 and revised in 1950, has been rediscovered, and reveals how the former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom—who was also a science enthusiast—hypothesized on the possibility of life in the universe in much the same way that astrobiologists have today.
This connection was made by Mario Livio, astrophysicist and author, who examined the manuscript housed in the US National Churchill Museum archives and published his discoveries in Nature.
These essays are sometimes called argumentative essays because of this.
In this category of composition, the writer aims to persuade the reader to accept his or her...