From browsing this website I have formed an opinion that people in here don't like when someone brings up information that they heard in a movie.. Well this is more along the lines of a question that arose from watching a movie.. With Sandra Bullock, forgot the name.. Dialogue went something along the lines of, "If we are the only life forms, than that would be a waste of space." Someone replied "What if we need all this space and galaxies just for the one chance to get intelligent life." Now from an everyday person point of view I believe that %80 of people would say we are not alone in this universe (intelligent life existing within a 10,000 year time frame as us). I don't want to turn this into an aliens; are they real or not discussion.. But more along the lines of, would I be considered self centered and crazy if I actually believe that we do need this much space just to have the olds that life on earth to happen.. I know with the goldy lox theory and all give us a better chance than just us existing, but In end end those are just numbers and estimates and are not absolute.. So it is crazy for me to feel that we are the only thing existing intelligently in this universe existing at this time? Or are the probabilities so high, that it doesn't matter what I think and the chances are there is life someone else in this huge universe?