As it pertains to life in other galaxies it seems likely that life as they know it would
be very similar to life as we know it.  Although this may seem like an imposition
bound by the limitations of human understanding, it does seem the definition of
life is subject to a limited set of non-negotiable conditions.  Life is both confined
and simultaneously liberated as it accrues evolving nuance within the conditions
of established parameters- simultaneously both relevant and not.
If Creation were to vary little from one galaxy to the next, what would be the point of
concurrent worlds of similar ilk?  Why not create on giant planet with the ease of a
Cosmic 'one-stop-shopping’.  It may be the case that such a scenario is impossible
even for the great forces of Creation.  The material elements needed in the recipe
for life are a universal prerequisite.  There is no immunity from influence relative to
the laws physics
These same elements function within the constraints of physics and chemistry in
a manner also universally the same.  Too much or too little of one or more
elements/conditions renders evolving life fully incompatible.  Life must evolve to
qualify as life.  In the absence of dynamic evolution one or more foundational
prerequisites to life exist(s) in homeostasis often in the presence of other
components operating in extreme.  Competing forces  influence one another in a
fashion outside a range compatible with life.

A component stuck in the middle is absent the range necessary for balance...
Equilibrium in all areas would not qualify as life...
Equilibrium in all areas represents
perfection
yet, to be perfect is to not exist.
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