We find fractals everywhere in nature. Whether it be the veins in your body, the leaf structure of a fern, or the shell of a sea creature; all fractal patterns. The way things grow, group and organize themselves are all fractal in nature. Even galaxy distributions on the largest scale we can observe form fractal patterns. Keeping this in mind, observe the BILLIONS of species of life that have existed on this planet. Should we really expect the universe to be any different? If such a diverse variety of lifeforms can arise on one planet (one part of the fractal) then what else is the universe capable of creating? I propose life is the norm in the universe, not the exception as we have been led to believe. Furthermore we are not alone as conscious entities. Just recently Dr. Mitchell an Apollo 14 astronaut came forward and told us our government has been in contact with extraterrestrials for 60 years. This is not just a nut you can brush off, this is the real deal highly trained bonified astronaut with the record for longest moonwalk. Life is tenacious, it will grow where ever the hell it can and maybe some places it cant. Either way, were not alone.