Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Are you serious river? Or just trolling again? Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! OK, we'll give you the benefit of the doubt as ignorance seems far more likely. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Let's look at it..... "near infinite extent of the universe" Humungously huge beyond comprehension "the near infinite content" Countless numbers of stars, planets, galaxies, even just in the observable universe. "the stuff of life being everywhere we have looked" The elements that make up life, O, C, S, N, P ect etc...water, Amino acids. "Theprobability that other planets in ideal situations, should also see abiogenisis arise, then evolution." Obviously with the "near infinite numbers involved in content and extent, and the stuff of life being everywhere, we have no reason to believe that the chances of abiogenisis, or Panspermia will not have occurred elsewhere. If of course you are referring to my use of the phrase "near infinite" that is simply my choice of expressing something humungously big.... Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! https://www.wordnik.com/words/near-infinite near-infinite Examples More than a decade ago, the Internet's founding fathers developed the much longer IPv6 addressing system that allows for a near-infinite number of websites and devices. The larger lesson is that the brain is a neural tangle of near-infinite possibility, which means that it spends a lot of time and energy choosing what not to notice. He has near-infinite powers but serious problems with his siblings, the personifications of destiny, death destruction, desire, despair and delirium.