So we've all heard the argument of how we live in a infinite universe with infinite possibilities and there has to be one planet out there with intelligent life on it ( or life of any kind I guess )...I'm kinda rolling with intelligent beings. Now I do not rule this out, but I think its fairly likely that we are the only intelligent beings in our whole universe. Which is pretty fkn cool imo. Going off a timeline of the earth being 4.6 billion years old....i googled it and it appears its possible with anywhere from 150,000 to 500,000 years ago that humans came about. Lets say it is 500,000 years ago we can consider some from of intelligent life being on our planet. That would mean since Earth's been created on the timeline we represent 1/9200 of this timeline. Now imagine drawing on a sheet of paper Earth's timeline with us representing this number, we would be a spec on this timeline. So now not only in our universe do we need life to actually exist, but coexist with us at this very spec on our timeline. These are extraordinary odds, but none the less possible in an infinite universe with infinite possibilities. Once again I do not rule out other life out there, obviously none of us know but just throwing this thought out there. Also I understand it's impossible to know if there is another form of intelligent life, how long they have survived on their planets. It's possible it could be millions of years or more, its possible thousands to millions of intelligent lifeforms have been created and ultimately completely destroyed just like us on our ant hill will be at some point on this timeline, but even if these other intelligent beings lived millions or 100's of millions of years, their timeline would still have to overlap in our timeline of existence for coexistence.