This compound of water (H2O) is one of the most unique substances in the universe. Because scientists understand that water is basic to all living things, they believe that finding this compound in outer space would make it likely to be inhabited by extraterrestrial microorganisms.
It’s a real course of study, because astronomers have been looking for alien life throughout the vast regions of the cosmos ever since evolutionary astronomers began speculating that we are not alone in the universe. For decades, there have been billions of dollars thrown at the concept that E.T. is out there somewhere, and all we need to do is listen long and hard enough and we will hear them calling.
The structure of functional DNA, even in microorganisms, is so complex that even dedicated evolutionary scientists have serious doubts about the ability of the components of DNA to spontaneously form in nature via natural processes. Fred Hoyle wrote: The chance that higher life forms might have emerged in this way is comparable with the chance that ‘a tornado sweeping through a junk yard might assemble a Boeing 747 from the materials therein.’