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Why Alien Life Would be our Doom

The more we learn about other parts of our galaxy, the more we are intrigued with the possibility of finding life on other planets. In reality, that life would be nothing like our science fiction stories. That's exciting, but the odds are that contact would not be good for us. (YouTube link) Aliens could be harmful to us, whether they are what we'd consider "intelligent" or not.
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